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Let it go :) I am crazy about grammar/spelling stuff but you have way too much to worry about now. I agree with most people on here... if someone notices it and says something then they are there for the wrong reason.

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I agree with the girls that most people won't notice...but I also know myself and would TRY to let it go, but would most likely end up re-doing them...but thats just me! I think everyone is right and people wont notice and even if they did, I'm sure they know you well enough to know that you know the difference between your and you're. No one will give it a 2nd thought! I understand your craziness.

 

I love this idea for a thread. I feel I'll be posting topics all the time :)

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I totaly agree with everyone.... no one will prob. notice and who cares if they do. It a wedding. YOUR WEDDING!!! Not an LA Class. lol Just relax and enjoy.

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It's really up to you, personally I would have not stress or change it but if it will bother you, then change it so that you can relax on the day of your wedding instead of worrying if people will notice the typo or not.

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Originally Posted by Abbie View Post
i last-minute-decided to do programs, like 2 days before the wedding. we spent 4 hours, money, and effort.

during the reception i found the box, over half full still, sitting on a counter by a sink. whoever was supposed to put one on each seat at the ceremony half-assed it and got distracted or something and it didnt get done/finished.

so thats also my "what wouldnt you do if you had to do it again" :)

basically im saying i wouldnt bother fixing it. if someone notices a missing 're, they have way too much time on their hands and should have called you 2 weeks before the wedding to proofread your programs hahaha wink.gif

Hilarious! Yeah, where were my phone calls?

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Originally Posted by ebbica View Post
I don't think it's worth worrying about... But then again, if someone else had printed my programs and misspelled something, I would be ticked, LOL! I'm the same way about grammar and misspellings, so less printed material is better for my sanity! We did our own invites and FH kept wanting to change the type (font, setting, etc) and it was the only fight we've had the whole year we've been planning!!
I wish I had someone to blame...but nope...all me! :)


Thanks girls! I am going to try to let this one go! Don't sweat the small stuff! I need to remember that during crunch time! :) Cheers!

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Let it go girl, have a small prize for the peson who notices first incorprate it into your wedding planning and make an announcement with your speeches,maybe!!!

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Let it go girl, have a small prize for the peson who notices first incorprate it into your wedding planning and make an announcement with your speeches,maybe!!!
I thought about making a joke about it...I am sure I will bust myself. :)

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that's actually a great idea!

 

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no one will want to say anything because they won't want to hurt your feelings! lol

 

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Let it go girl, have a small prize for the peson who notices first incorprate it into your wedding planning and make an announcement with your speeches,maybe!!!

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