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10/10/10 is a sunday...

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#11 KimmyG

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    Posted 21 April 2009 - 12:09 PM

    Your other option is maybe you can do the legal part at home on 10/10/10 and count that as your wedding anniversary. Then do a symbolic ceremony on whatever day works best for you.

    #12 bobbysgirl

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      Posted 22 April 2009 - 04:53 AM

      LOL When I told him about this he said "ok lets make it 10/11/12... youll have more time to figure out all this stuff you keep telling me you want to try to do that you found on that website" LOL His friends said i should move it up to this year :)

      I'm going to change it to 10/9/2010. Its a saturday. I had to pick days around our work schedules.. this is the only weekend we have off until after christmas.

      #13 *JillD*

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        Posted 22 April 2009 - 08:17 AM

        Originally Posted by Tanya Marie
        TA Jill~ Is that true? bc we wanted to get married that day too and several people told me that nothing is done on Sunday, maybe they just didn't understand that I wanted a symbolic ceremony. Since we are getting married in the US first we didn't think it would be an issue. I am going to push the issue more! Thanks for the info!
        The resorts I typically work with will do sunday weddings, it's just not a legal wedding. But it could differ from resort to resort. I would just check with them and specify that you only want a symbolic ceremony.

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