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So I bought Lumapix and have been playing around in there and also downloaded trial version of Lightroom, but I keep coming back to the photos that Melissa already altered for me! Anyway, I made a quick collage that I was thinking might be cute for my thank you card and wanted a saying or something to put on the top. Here is a copy of what it looks like now, tell me what you think...

 

Right now, it just says our names, wedding date and location...

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Hmmm sorry I'm not good with words or quotes Carly. i always am looking for inspiration! hah!

 

I do want to say your collage looks really good with that blue!

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carly - that looks really nice!

 

how about...

 

Matthew & Carly

 

May 17th, 2008

 

Thank you for sharing in our special day ... we'll always have Jamaica."

 

i don't know if it sounds crazy or what but a group of friends went to jamaica years ago and we always say that to eachotehr "we'll always have Jamaica"

 

i'm weird

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That is cute, but the thank you card is for our AHR since that is when we received gifts. I can't say that then, right? I am only using Jamaica pics b/c my photog won't have any ready for me for a few weeks and I don't want to wait that long to order and start the cards. Impatient, I know.

 

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carly - that looks really nice!

 

how about...

 

Matthew & Carly

 

May 17th, 2008

 

Thank you for sharing in our special day ... we'll always have Jamaica."

 

i don't know if it sounds crazy or what but a group of friends went to jamaica years ago and we always say that to eachotehr "we'll always have Jamaica"

 

i'm weird

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Well, you can't tell us that and not mention what the gift was!
I honestly don't remember...LOL...just remember the card...

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haha, ours just say "thank you". so boring, i know!

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That is cute, but the thank you card is for our AHR since that is when we received gifts. I can't say that then, right? I am only using Jamaica pics b/c my photog won't have any ready for me for a few weeks and I don't want to wait that long to order and start the cards. Impatient, I know.
Ah, i get it. OK - can you ask the photo for one or two teaser pics from your AHR so maybe you can have JA pic and an AHR pic since most of the people getting the cards were at the AHR?

ok how about...

Matthew & Carly
May 17th, 2008
Starting a lifetime a love and happiness surrounded by family and friends...

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