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#8871 murmel

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Posted 19 July 2010 - 10:54 AM

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Originally Posted by dstinationdrmr
Do any of you ladies have recommendations for wording for our invites. They're a little formal so I'm thinking the wording should be formal too? Let me know what you think.

A Little Bling Wedding Invitation by LesliesCardart on Etsy[]=tags&includes[]=title
What beautiful looking invitations. When is comes to wording...sometimes simple is better. Think If you want your parents names included or not, and then go from there.
The honor of your presence is requested at the marriage of....
Please join us in the sun to celebrate the marriage of....

On (date)
Time
At the Azul Sensatori, Mayan Riviera Mexico

Then include all the extra information, ie TA, prices, etc. on an extra sheet/card.

Don't stress yourself out to much! Most people will just be thrilled to see your wedding invitation, and as long as it as all the info, you're good to go!

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#8872 taylorwd

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    Posted 19 July 2010 - 11:12 AM

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by dstinationdrmr
    Guess I'll have to try it. I'm not even sure if they sell it down here. At least I've never seen it before.
    I've seen it in every state I've lived in: Colorado, Ohio, Texas. So I feel pretty confident it's widely available. It'd most likely be on the bottom shelf in the spice aisle. Since it's a big box and one of a kind, they keep it lower. It's just so good!

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by murmel
    What beautiful looking invitations. When is comes to wording...sometimes simple is better. Think If you want your parents names included or not, and then go from there.
    The honor of your presence is requested at the marriage of....
    Please join us in the sun to celebrate the marriage of....

    On (date)
    Time
    At the Azul Sensatori, Mayan Riviera Mexico

    Then include all the extra information, ie TA, prices, etc. on an extra sheet/card.

    Don't stress yourself out to much! Most people will just be thrilled to see your wedding invitation, and as long as it as all the info, you're good to go!
    I second this, Meredith. Simple is good! Truly, the only people who will notice the wording on your invites is you and FI. Most people just admire the overall look of the invite as a whole and don't pay attention to the wording. We spent sooo much time trying out different wording when we probably should have been doing something else!

    Speaking of your invites, love them!!! They're very classy and bright. Did you go with the colors shown on Etsy or customize your own?

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    Originally Posted by thefuturemrslutz
    LOVE!!! Wow, good job :) I searched and searched for a local calligrapher to do our envelopes and never found one. I never even thought to look on Etsy! Yours are so beautiful!

    #8873 taylorwd

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      Posted 19 July 2010 - 11:13 AM

      Does anyone know if danniepps has left yet?

      #8874 KittenHeart

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        Posted 19 July 2010 - 12:18 PM

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        Originally Posted by chong
        How did you guys pack all your OOT bags and gifts? Did you take boxes or old suitcases with you to Mexico? My FI is worried about how we are going to take all our stuff with us. Any suggestions? I was told not to mail some of the stuff to AS in advance.
        Chong
        Yes, don’t mail anything down to Mexico. AS won’t accept packages anyways, it’s much safer to bring it all or buy stuff while down there.

        I spent the month before my wedding laying everything out, packing and repacking and making a list of what was in which suitcase and who was bringing it down. I spread a few suitcases between some of my bridesmaids. I actually bought super cheap 3-piece hardshell luggage on clearance. Your bags get seriously tossed around so pack well, pack with cushioning etc. Nothing broke in my suitcases, then on the way back I just put the suitcases inside each other and came back with much less.

        Quote:
        Originally Posted by chong
        By the way... I had a very long and exciting day. I had few of my girlfriends over at my place and we packed OOT bag, put ribbons on stuff, cut tags and made some props! I am so thankful that they were willing to help doing some of the tedious work for only food and drinks! and.. of course for a good time. I feel like I am getting so close to the wedding. I cannot wait till I am done planning!

        One of the things we made was the fake mustache and lips as props for our guest picture book. It was so much fun!!!

        FYI - I have reached the junior status!!! Horay!!!!
        Great crafting and congrats on your new status!

        Quote:
        Originally Posted by dstinationdrmr
        Not gonna give up either. My philosophy is kill them with kindness. All of my jobs prior were in sales so I know how I want to be treated as a salesperson. I too would never go above and beyond for those that acted like they were "entitled" or rude so I know what you mean. Too bad I don't have a WC at the present monent to kill with kindness. Hopefully Fabio can sort it all out soon.

        Bet ya would've never even paid attention to the change of seasoning if AmyB didn't post that pic, huh?! Lol.
        Good plan! I’m sure you’ll do great 

        It’s totally true! I’m going to pick some up next time I go to the grocery store :)

        Quote:
        Originally Posted by thefuturemrslutz
        In case you are interested...my pre-travel mailers...
        Gorgeous! Like Wendy mentioned, I too looked for a calligrapher my invites but didn’t even find anyone that did it on Etsy that I liked… yours are perfect!

        #8875 amybermuda

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          Posted 19 July 2010 - 01:02 PM

          Linz, you are so on a roll girl! Your invites and pre-mailer were amazing. Good work! I cant wait to see how cute everything else is for your wedding!

          Glad everyone who hasn't heard of it is going to try Old Bay. I love it on baked potatoes and chicken too. I've found it in NC, MA, and now Bermuda so I am sure New Orleans has it somewhere! Its the best on shrimp too - I even add it to tuna salad. :-)

          I keep checking Claudia's website for my pro pics and still nothing - its been over 7 weeks - I am dying to see my slide show & wanted to show it to everyone this Saturday at the AHR.

          #8876 cjb0arder13

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            Posted 19 July 2010 - 01:11 PM

            Quote:
            Originally Posted by amybermuda
            Linz, you are so on a roll girl! Your invites and pre-mailer were amazing. Good work! I cant wait to see how cute everything else is for your wedding!

            Glad everyone who hasn't heard of it is going to try Old Bay. I love it on baked potatoes and chicken too. I've found it in NC, MA, and now Bermuda so I am sure New Orleans has it somewhere! Its the best on shrimp too - I even add it to tuna salad. :-)

            I keep checking Claudia's website for my pro pics and still nothing - its been over 7 weeks - I am dying to see my slide show & wanted to show it to everyone this Saturday at the AHR.

            Seriously?? That's such a bummer! I would be kinda frustrated to not have my photos to show peeps at the AHR...she must be super busy!

            I'll make sure to keep this in mind when planning my AHR, because Claudia is my photographer too!

            Maybe you just have soooooo many good pictures it's hard for her to narrow it down :)

            #8877 msmarmar123

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              Posted 19 July 2010 - 03:35 PM

              It's my 150th Post :) I'm a Junior Member!

              #8878 taylorwd

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                Posted 19 July 2010 - 03:46 PM

                Quote:
                Originally Posted by amybermuda
                Linz, you are so on a roll girl! Your invites and pre-mailer were amazing. Good work! I cant wait to see how cute everything else is for your wedding!

                Glad everyone who hasn't heard of it is going to try Old Bay. I love it on baked potatoes and chicken too. I've found it in NC, MA, and now Bermuda so I am sure New Orleans has it somewhere! Its the best on shrimp too - I even add it to tuna salad. :-)

                I keep checking Claudia's website for my pro pics and still nothing - its been over 7 weeks - I am dying to see my slide show & wanted to show it to everyone this Saturday at the AHR.
                Bummer about the pictures. Can you email her and tell her you were really hoping to have them for your AHR? Displaying them could possibly bring her business and therefore motivate her.

                Eeeek, 5 days!! And then you're done with planning! I can't wait to see pics of your AHR.

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                It's my 150th Post :) I'm a Junior Member!
                Congrats!

                #8879 chong

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                  Posted 19 July 2010 - 07:58 PM

                  Quote:
                  Originally Posted by thefuturemrslutz
                  Yes, don’t mail anything down to Mexico. AS won’t accept packages anyways, it’s much safer to bring it all or buy stuff while down there.

                  I spent the month before my wedding laying everything out, packing and repacking and making a list of what was in which suitcase and who was bringing it down. I spread a few suitcases between some of my bridesmaids. I actually bought super cheap 3-piece hardshell luggage on clearance. Your bags get seriously tossed around so pack well, pack with cushioning etc. Nothing broke in my suitcases, then on the way back I just put the suitcases inside each other and came back with much less.
                  Thanks!!! I am not mailing anything to Mexico then... the towels are really taking a lot of room than we have expected. I can't really divide the luggages between my family members and friends since they are all flying from different locations. We are the only one in Houston! I guess we have to figure out how many bags we can actually check in between two of us.

                  Quote:
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                  It's my 150th Post :) I'm a Junior Member!
                  Congrats!

                  #8880 KittenHeart

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                    Posted 19 July 2010 - 08:07 PM

                    Chong - You can bring as much as you want, you just pay for it. :) Check the specifics on the airline you're flying. Ours were by number or by weight and we paid to bring them all by weight I think which ended up being cheaper.

                    I pre-packed all my luggage and weighed it and measured it and calculated out exactly how much it would be etc.




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