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I see your weddings are in April & June. Do you guys think it will be cool enough to even use pashminas? Our wedding is in May and I was going to buy them for my guests but I have a feeling it will be pretty warm at night still. I'm just not sure...

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Darn, I did already buy my pashmina's! Oh well!  I'm just happy they are of good quality!


I originally planned to do fans for all our women guests, but my wedding coordinator told me I should be more concerned about my guests being too cold at night, than too hot.  My ceremony is at 5:30pm, so it should be too hot. I plan to have a basket for the pashmina's at the reception.


 Also, the last time I went to Mexico it was in March and I definitely needed to wear something on my arms at night.  I didn't know and had one hoodie that had to be worn with EVERYTHING!!

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Hi Ladies- just FYI the Aloe was a big hit at my wedding- most people forgot to pack that and it is really expensive in Mexico- I got mine from Minimus Biz---people were grateful! 

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We just got back and "Yes" customs was asking about the flip flops we brought for the OOT bags- they wanted to know how much we were going to sell them for in Mexico- after some explaining they understood it was for a wedding but of course it made me nervous!  We did have 65 pairs of flip flops though so I guess it did look suspicious. 

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