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I am so sorry this is happening right now. Hopefully the vendors will be understanding. You have each other and whether 100 people or no one is there your day will still be special.

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My heart is totally breaking for you! I'm so sorry that your wedding has fallen right in the middle of all of this flu crap. I agree with what everyone else has said - try to make the most of it and focus on yourself and your FI, and how romantic it could be to tie the knot just the two of you. I also think maybe a 1 year anniversary/vow renewal trip could be super fun too. There is a silver lining somewhere....

 

Big hugs to you!!!!!!!!

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I am so sorry that you are going through this.

You are both in my prayers.

I only hope that you enjoy your holidays regardless and marry the man of your dreams.

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I'm really sorry people are not coming at the last minute. Can't they just take those masks with them and attend? Ya know what, try to stay positive during this process, I know it's going to be hard, but you are getting married to a wonderful man and regardless how many people show up, still try to make the best of it. You can always have an AHR when you return to share the day with those that couldn't make it. Your wedding will be beautiful. Big hugs..

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So we are in Mexico right now and literally 90% of my guests have canceled. I have not stopped crying since last night and I am feeling horrible. I have to cancel my DJ-talk to all of vendors. This is probably the worst feeling ever.
Blkatz--I'm so sorry! We are experiencing the same thing. We are supposed to get married in 23 days, 5.23.09 and people have basically completely bailed out. Our friends and family that have small children are too afraid of bringing something home, my elderly to be MIL. This week has been horrible, and now we are looking at cancelling our Moon Palace location and starting all over someplace else. I feel your pain.....basically numb at this point...don't know what else to do..since you guys are already there go ahead and get married on the beach!! then maybe come back home and have something that everyone can attend...a reception..

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I am so sorry that you are going through this. Try to make the best out of it and remember, you are getting married!! That is the most important thing right now.

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I truly feel so bad for you and I am sorry that you are going through this. But you still have 10 percent of your guests coming right? Just remember it's all about you and your husband to be. You will have a beautiful wedding and everything will turn out. Good luck.

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beth we need an update! how are you holding up?? whats the plan?

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