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Off site dress steamer for Riu

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#11 geology_rocks

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    Posted 23 September 2008 - 09:18 AM

    Originally Posted by msasfraz
    okie dokie... geology rocks i think you just won the job of my wedding coach so i don't have meltdown before saturday.....:) thanks a bunch
    I feel honored! Now send me a plane ticket so I can talk you through the big day too! hehehe!

    Honestly, you'll have a great time! In case any small details don't quite fall into place, try not to let it bother you, chances are, you're the only one who will notice something is not quite as you planned! You'll have a much happier day if you can relax. Have a good breakfast that morning. Remember to take lots of pictures, even of the minute details! Walk slowly both to the beach and down the aisle. SMILE! Assign a family member to make sure your guests hang around for a group shot, you don't want to have to do that yourself! And most important, make mental notes and come back here and give a detailed review with pictures! I love those things!

    #12 msasfraz

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      Posted 10 October 2008 - 10:23 AM

      i ended up purchasing a steamer from target for $25 bucks... its really a travel size and did wonders on the train of my dress.... i would recommend to all brides just put your dress in the overhead bin and avoid the hassle of some of the flight attendants.....it may not get that wrinkled but just get you a small steamer just in case... my maid of honor steamed the front prior to me putting on and then steamed the back of the dress with me half way in it.... great idea!!! and it kept me sane thru all the madness going on around me..

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