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Posted 26 February 2009 - 10:53 AM
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Posted 27 February 2009 - 12:10 AM
I've been looking at dresses and I'm definitely trying to keep the cost down as much as possible. Under 600 for the dress and accessories. Thankfully a lot of my favorite designers also make destination dresses that are way cheaper then their main line.
Posted 27 February 2009 - 11:08 AM
I've been to "Running of the Brides" and I must say it's a bit crazier that I expected it to be. It was a lot of fun though but prepare to see the worst out of some people. I took my mom, MOH, & my aunt with me and they were great help...so be sure not to go by yourself. Oh....there were some people that tried to snatch a dress from me. Keep an eye on your dress/dresses at all times. Don't leave them hanging on the rack next to you cuz if you blink once, your dress is gone. That's how bad it was. I found a gorgeous dress (for the reception) for $250 (original price $2,000) and this bride and her friends/family were like following us to our car asking us to sell it to them. In the D.C. area, this event happens only once a year (first Friday of August) so if you're planning to call sick from work, be sure to cover up or something cuz the media was everywhere and your boss might see you on the 7 o'clock news...LOL.
I bought my ceremony dress from RK Bridal in NYC RK Bridal # 1 for service world-wide. I ordered it online using their â€œNo-Frillâ€ program. This place is awesome. Basically, you find the lowest price and they will much it by 5%. So what I did was I researched a lot and selected a dress I wanted, I went to the nearest bridal boutique that carry the dress and tried it on & got measured, then I called bridal stores in other states like NJ, PA, NC, CA...etc and asked their priceâ€¦finally one store in Pennsylvania was willing to sell it for $550 (without tax & shipping). Then I called RK Bridal and told them the lowest price I found and they matched it by 5% so I paid $550 (including tax & shipping). In the DC area, the dress costs $1,200, I saved $650 :-) :-).
So be sure to call around and compare prices. I'm sure you'll save a lot. The wedding business is no joke! Everything is overpriced.
Have a good day and talk to you all later!
Posted 27 February 2009 - 06:09 PM
Posted 27 February 2009 - 08:48 PM
| Originally Posted by taovandel |
I received some awesome pictures from Randy, finally. The place looks fantastic!
Posted 27 February 2009 - 08:49 PM
| Originally Posted by jenmartHOU |
Hi Claudette, all of the villas have a PC with free/unlimted internet access. None of the hotel rooms or suites have a computer.
Posted 28 February 2009 - 12:14 AM
Posted 28 February 2009 - 01:28 AM
I wanted to reserve Stacey Clarke for videographer but she's booked on my date :-(. Do you have anyone that you recommend other than her? Thanks a lot!!
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