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Hi all, and thanks for the great welcome,

My son and his lovely fiancee will be married October 10, 2009 in Puerto Vallarta. We're from the states, and she is living in Houston, but originally from Mexico City. I'm looking forward to meeting the rest of her family and friends from Mexico. It will be a bi-lingual ceremony at the Cathedral of Our Lady of Guadalupe, and the reception at Fiesta Americana on the beach.

Already I can see that information posted here will be a great help.

Any suggestions from other MOGs or MOBs, or brides and grooms would be much appreciated, especially for ways to make a bi-lingual, mixed nationality wedding warm and fun!

Thanks so much, Eve

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Welcome to the forum Eve! My best advise is to ask your future daughter in law if there is anything that you can help with :) At first I felt very left out of the planning of my daughters wedding as her and her now husband were doing it all themselves and didn't want any help. Then I discovered this forum and found out about all kinds of projects I didn't even know existed and pass some ideas on to them. They wanted to do OOT bags but didn't have the time or money for them so that became my project.


Good luck with everything Eve and if you have any specific questions feel free to PM me!

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Hi and welcome! So nice to see that you want to be involved! My mom would have NO idea how to navigate this website! Congratulations and good luck with the planning. I'm sure you will find this site very helpful.

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