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OMG your RB outfit is adorable. Our nephew is our RB and he is 6 we have not gotten the outfits yet I am really behind on getting attire. I like the necklace.

 

I love the fact that you are having a older RB that is GREAT!!!!

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Hello brides to be! I have also been looking for this thread for a while now, I guess I still dont completely understand how this forum works but I am learning. My FI and I are getting married at the CasaMagna Marriott in Cancun and we are very excited. I am a little nervous (now even more after reading how far everyone else is in planning for the big day)

 

I really have a question for anyone out there that is getting married in Mexico and understands how we can get legally married and have a religious ceremony at the same time. Our pastor is going to come down to marry us but I am wondering if we need to have a justice of the peace or someone in Mexico to also be a part of our ceremony to make it legal. Does anyone have an answer to this?

 

Besides that, I am really going to get down to business and start looking for all of those details that normal brides had done 10 months ago. :)

 

Wish me luck and I will keep you posted.

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Hello brides to be! I have also been looking for this thread for a while now, I guess I still dont completely understand how this forum works but I am learning. My FI and I are getting married at the CasaMagna Marriott in Cancun and we are very excited. I am a little nervous (now even more after reading how far everyone else is in planning for the big day)

I really have a question for anyone out there that is getting married in Mexico and understands how we can get legally married and have a religious ceremony at the same time. Our pastor is going to come down to marry us but I am wondering if we need to have a justice of the peace or someone in Mexico to also be a part of our ceremony to make it legal. Does anyone have an answer to this?

Besides that, I am really going to get down to business and start looking for all of those details that normal brides had done 10 months ago. :)

Wish me luck and I will keep you posted.
Welcome, almost-date-twin! haha wink.gif Don't feel bad about stuff you should/would have been doing 10 months ago, I'm having my wedding six months to the day since my FI asked me lol. We've been together 8 years but it was either going to be in six months or 1.5 years from now. I'd rather sooner than later so now I'm trying to get everything organized as best and quickly as possible. I'm here for ya!! :)

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I really have a question for anyone out there that is getting married in Mexico and understands how we can get legally married and have a religious ceremony at the same time. Our pastor is going to come down to marry us but I am wondering if we need to have a justice of the peace or someone in Mexico to also be a part of our ceremony to make it legal. Does anyone have an answer to this?
hmmm...I'm not sure on this, since we're getting legally married here before we go. Can you ask your WC?? I know if we wanted to do a legal marriage at our resort, they would have helped with the paperwork and everything, but I don't think we needed a diff minister....good luck!

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I have so much stuff still to do!!!!

 

I can't believe how I have put off so much.

 

Here is my list of things to make still:

  • finish glueing on seashells to candle holders
  • "taste of home" bags
  • thank you tags
  • place setting tags
  • seating arrangement
  • menues
  • tags to go on fans and pashminas
  • table numbers
  • welcome books: guest list, wedding day activities, welcome cocktail information, spanish translations, word search, sudoko, quiz, group activities, plus some more things
  • need to make shoeless sandals
  • bouqet starfish
  • dress fittings

Need to buy still:

  • lanterns
  • a few more pashminas
  • items for welcome bags
  • monogram travel mugs
  • lengerie
  • table number holders

Plus, I still have homework and marking to do!!!! Oh, and almost forgot, need to do our legal wedding here too!!!!

 

Good thing this semester is over at the beginning of December.

 

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I am right along with you Heather we still have a lot of stuff to do for the OOT bags and ceremony but we really have to wait to find out how many people are coming in order to do that so I imagine in Jan and Feb we will be so busy.

 

We are getting our pashminas in NYC once we know how many ladies are coming. If you search on this forum a lot of girls have ordered them.

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I got mine on ebay - if you search for "lot pashmina" you'll get the larger quantity ones, and you can always email the seller to see about a deal on a certain number.

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