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We had such an amazing week filled with so many awsome, unforgettable memories. Everyone in our group, all 87 of them, kept on saying that it was the "wedding of the year"!!! I have sooooooo much to tell you guys and I promise to post my review soon. We were so busy, that we didn't take a lot of pics. So as they come, I'll post them bunny.gif

 

Here's my hair/make-up trial at Suzanne Morel's Spa. She is an amazing woman and her staff is completely professional. They stayed with us the whole day and even helped sew one of the BMs dresses! My Hair was up for the ceremony and down for the reception...totally her idea...and it was perfect.

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Here's us at our Welcome Dinner/Casino Night. We were initially going to have it at Oceana Terrace, but there was a misunderstanding. Thanks to Tammy, we ended up having it at Portofino and having the Casino outside on the grassy area. It ended up to be the perfect spot. All our guests loved it and had so much fun! Dreams had "Mexican Theme Night" at El Patio and David Maldonado (one of the activity staff) asked the Mariachi Band that was going to play there swing by our party first. It was a 10 person band and they were soooo good! John and I were so surprised. BTW, John's 92 yo grandma is there in the pic! She traveled to Cabo just for us.

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And here's a pic of my parents and my flower girl, Malia. Isn't she sooo pretty?!?!

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I loooooooove the hair! I am assuming you are not just gonna tease us with hair pics? monkey.gif
Hi Martha...I really want to post more...let me see if I can scan some polaroids, from our guest book...

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I obviously can't sleep...so I just scanned some of our polaroids from our guestbook (thanks Mrs. cessyboston wink.gif ).

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Leia you looked gorgeous ~ I LOVE your hair and makeup!! Can't wait to see the rest of your pics and hear all about your wedding, it sounds and looks like you had a fabulous time. Congrats cheers.gif

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