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Laura did you ever figure out your hair? My sister is a pregnant hormonal crazy woman right now (she is super moody without having a baby inside of her-now its bad) so she never had a chance to play with my hair, but we did talk about it and I think we will make it all curly with a small curling iron and just start pinning pieces up...actually I talked to my step-mom and I am probably going to find someone else due to the hormonal mess that is my sister

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Whats the best if your wedding will be on sand? Can you walk on the beach easily in espadrilles or wedges?

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Laura did you ever figure out your hair? My sister is a pregnant hormonal crazy woman right now (she is super moody without having a baby inside of her-now its bad) so she never had a chance to play with my hair, but we did talk about it and I think we will make it all curly with a small curling iron and just start pinning pieces up...actually I talked to my step-mom and I am probably going to find someone else due to the hormonal mess that is my sister
I think that would be a good idea Christine, you need to be relaxed and if your sister isn't, her mood could affect you. Your hair idea sounds pretty.

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Whats the best if your wedding will be on sand? Can you walk on the beach easily in espadrilles or wedges?

I think you can make wedges work, but pretty flipflops would be best then change shoes for the reception. You should bring a couple of shoes and then practice on the beach to see what you are most comfortable in.

Kelly~

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So, here's what I've decided to do:

No tiara, it's just too much with my necklaces.

No shoes, I'm just too worn down to keep looking.

I'm going to wear my hair in a just-about-to-fall-out looking updo. I think I might have stolen that from someone on here.

I haven't tried it all together, and will probably end up doing my own makeup, but at this point, I'm going to be happy to make it to the ceremony.

Somebody get me a footwarmer, because mine are really cold!shots.gif

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