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#1961 Laura22610

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    Posted 16 March 2010 - 05:01 PM

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    Laura,

    I am just curious why doesn't the chairs have the white fabric on them?
    Just personal preference :) I didn't want the white fabric on the ceremony chairs. At the reception, there were white chair covers on the chairs and then the same blue chair sashes.

    #1962 Boo

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      Posted 16 March 2010 - 05:05 PM

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      No, I was asking if we do. I see them in alot of pictures and couples incorporate them into their ceremony.
      I got the sand ceremony kit and very excited to use it, here is a link to the one we got (we have already received it and if I must say I think it actually looks better in person than it does online)

      SALE Unity Sand Ceremony Vases - $43.45 - Weddingfavours.ca

      both our Moms are going to pour first sand from the location, then we will use the kit with our two colours (tourquise and ?)

      the Moms will use pearl nautilus shells (I have ordered 2 that are 6-7 inches each but havent received them yet)

      Pearl Nautilus Seashells, Sea Shells, Sea Shell, Seashell

      I am then going to go an get some plain stands so that I can put the shell with sand on the table for our ceremony

      #1963 Boo

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        Posted 16 March 2010 - 05:10 PM

        At Secrets Maroma by a third party vendor I was quoted USD 250 for 1 colour linen over top, and 2 white linens over top the wedding gazeebo - attached are my inspiration pictures

         

         

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        #1964 Laura22610

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          Posted 16 March 2010 - 05:11 PM

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          Does Ana have a rehearsal with you the day before your ceremony?
          Yes. We had our rehearsal the day before the wedding. We could have had it anytime but all of our guests came the day before the wedding so we had to have it that day.

          #1965 Megan24

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            Posted 16 March 2010 - 05:30 PM

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            At Secrets Maroma by a third party vendor I was quoted USD 250 for 1 colour linen over top, and 2 white linens over top the wedding gazeebo - attached are my inspiration pictures
            I found this website on another thread and their prices are really cheap. Check it out but then you would have to drag it there.

            I wonder if you could ship it to the resort if we let Ana know that it for us.

            Gifts International Inc - Tulle Fabrics Bolt Wholesale and Retail

            Do you know what the measurements are for the chuppa?

            #1966 cathyandchin

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              Posted 16 March 2010 - 05:42 PM

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              What do you think about having the cocktail hour the day before the ceremony?
              we're doing ours the day before as a welcome cocktail hour. i really wanted to have my ceremony at 6 but then dinner would be at 8 which seemed really late. plus, i'm going to convince my FI to do pictures before the ceremony... i want bright daylight but a sunset ceremony.

              Wish me luck on having my cake and eating it too!
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              18 adults + 2 kids booked + bride and groom

              #1967 Princess402

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                Posted 16 March 2010 - 08:44 PM

                [QUOTE=Laura22610;1220354]They give you the pictures on a disc with the copyright release. They will make books for you but it is extra, of course :)[QUOTE]

                Hmm... this is making me wonder if if I could use the resort photog, as included in the package, as a "second" photog? Wonder if they would mind holding lighting for my photog and such! lol.

                #1968 Laura22610

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                  Posted 16 March 2010 - 10:08 PM

                  [QUOTE=Princess402;1220973][QUOTE=Laura22610;1220354]They give you the pictures on a disc with the copyright release. They will make books for you but it is extra, of course :)
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                  Hmm... this is making me wonder if if I could use the resort photog, as included in the package, as a "second" photog? Wonder if they would mind holding lighting for my photog and such! lol.
                  How long is your photographer going to be there? We used the resort photographer for the welcome dinner and then we liked them so much, we decided to get pictures taken of us a few days after the wedding. Maybe you could use them for something like that - like pictures on the beach and around the resort. Ours are "honeymoon pictures". :) The resort photographers are so nice and fun!

                  #1969 allegraapple

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                    Posted 16 March 2010 - 10:56 PM

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                    I just got a cd of a guy on a steeldrum he is really good, and will just use ipod of his stuff for pre-ceremony, let me know if you want a link to his cd, I think he is actually even discussed somewhere on this forum under steeldrum music
                    Hi Boo,
                    Yes, I'd love the link also? Can you post it on the forum?

                    #1970 saymyname74

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                      Posted 17 March 2010 - 08:45 AM

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                      Originally Posted by cathyandchin
                      we're doing ours the day before as a welcome cocktail hour. i really wanted to have my ceremony at 6 but then dinner would be at 8 which seemed really late. plus, i'm going to convince my FI to do pictures before the ceremony... i want bright daylight but a sunset ceremony.

                      Wish me luck on having my cake and eating it too!
                      What time are you having the cocktail hour? What time is your ceremony?




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