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I'm so sorry! Like Shay said, try to remember that the important part is that you two are getting married. Everyone who cancelled is going to be missing out.

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I am SO sorry this is happening to you. I know it's easy to say since I'm not in your position, but you're already in beautiful Mexico with your FI and the guests who did travel. After you tie up loose ends, be *the most determined* person ever to have the best time there, so you'll look back at this thinking "that swine flu SUCKED but those of us there had a BLAST anyway"

 

HUGS!!!!

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I am so, SO sorry.. sad.gif And btw, my fiance says to tell you he feels just awful for you both also! We're thinking about you guys! I know we don't know each other well, but there is a certain bond between us DW brides, and most of us can only imagine what you must be going through right now....

 

*HUGS!!!!!!!!*

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I am so sorry that you are going through this right now. I agree with happygilmore, just try to focus on the positive. You're still going to have a beautiful wedding with your wonderful FI. I know you may feel discouraged right now, but it will still be one of the best days of your life!

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OMG ...I am so sorry to hear your news. I know we can't really say anything that will make you feel any better but know that you're in our thoughts. At least you and your FI are together .... that is what really matters in the end.

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I'm really sorry to hear this is happening, especially with all the preparation you must have done and the months of anticipation. I know it's easier said than done, but try and make the most of it. Remember that the most important thing is that you and your FI are about to start the rest of your lives together. I hope all goes well.

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I too am sorry. My heart aches for you. I know how hurt you must feel. It is much easier said than done and by no means are we minimizing any of this but try to get to a place where all of this doesn't ruin it for you and FI. ENJOY EACH OTHER and try not to think of what was going to be but how it is now- the 2 of you and enjoy your day

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