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Well I have my dress and jewellry. Have a couple of photographers in mind. Shoes I am going to wait on. I really need to find a cheap dress for my TTD session because we are having a reception back home 3 weeks after we return. I have no clue if I should take decorations with me at all lol. FI and I are pretty simple people and I am sure they decorate stuff nicely there. I have his ring picked out just need to pick it up lol and bridesmaids dresses are next. Havent seen anything that really caught my eye. Wow I still have lots too do. Gulp
hi,
take you are having a big day?you still got time but i think you need some skates girl lol.

we are having ahr 2 weeks after we come home for family+friends to help us celebrate.we are doing a mexican theme which should be lots of fun.

i think you should keep decorations to a minimum i think the setting more or less speaks for its self.

have you got your ring?how many bridesmaids you having?

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Well I have my dress and jewellry. Have a couple of photographers in mind. Shoes I am going to wait on. I really need to find a cheap dress for my TTD session because we are having a reception back home 3 weeks after we return. I have no clue if I should take decorations with me at all lol. FI and I are pretty simple people and I am sure they decorate stuff nicely there. I have his ring picked out just need to pick it up lol and bridesmaids dresses are next. Havent seen anything that really caught my eye. Wow I still have lots too do. Gulp
hi,
we are having ahr 2 weeks after we get back for friends and family to help us celebrate.doing mexican theme so should be lots of fun.

you got lots of time left yet but i think you should get your skates on girl hehe.

i think its best to go easy with the decorations and let the setting speak for itself?

have you got your ring?how many bridesmaids are you having?

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Hey ladies,
We are getting married February 18, 2010!
We have yet to arrange anything other than our flights and resort. I haven't even sent out invites for our DW. YIKES.......
We just finalized our date yesterday, so now we need to get down to business. I hear that wedding dresses can take months to get in, so that is next on my list.
I am super excited to organize the details over the next 5 months!
teneil,
go girl.keep us updated

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Another February 18, 2010 bride here! So far I have the dress, jewelery, bridesmaid dresses, photographer and all our guests are booked. I still need to get the guys organized to go shopping for their clothes and my fiancée doesn't have a passport... starting to stress!! shots.gif
hi,
sounds like you pretty much sorted i would put the passport as the next thing to sort.i don,t think it will be that long before we are all stressing

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lisa,

wow i think 130 people is a massive wedding not big,rather you than me lol.

 

im gutted that i did,nt realise you guys had joined me the thread never came up as unread.i am on here at least once a day i am still addicted.i thought as time went on i would spend less time on here but its the opposite.

 

we will have to put our pics of stuff on here soon hehe

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Another February 18, 2010 bride here! So far I have the dress, jewelery, bridesmaid dresses, photographer and all our guests are booked. I still need to get the guys organized to go shopping for their clothes and my fiancée doesn't have a passport... starting to stress!! shots.gif
You picked a great day to get married!! haha!
When it comes to wedding plans.......I have a lot of catching up to do. Suprisingly I don't feel stressed yet.......only excited!

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lisa,
wow i think 130 people is a massive wedding not big,rather you than me lol.

im gutted that i did,nt realise you guys had joined me the thread never came up as unread.i am on here at least once a day i am still addicted.i thought as time went on i would spend less time on here but its the opposite.

we will have to put our pics of stuff on here soon hehe
I have been a member on this site for a few months and I'm still figuring out how to use it! haha. I know, 130 people is large but it would have been larger if we had it at home. I'm happy that we picked Mexico, which helped to make it a bit smaller.

We are working on our rings and invites now!

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lisa,

they are my next things as well along with fi,s shoes.

 

i got freaked today by thinking after this month is over that leaves 4mths so our wc will be getting in touch to arrange everything in 2mths time yikes.

 

i am soo excited i have never wished my life away before.i am also thinking bout xmas too.normally we love xmas spend lots of money on everyone and go to great lengths.not this year guys we have more important things to do hehe.

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Hello Ladies,

 

I am getting married on February 10, 2010 at the Occidental Grand Xcaret... If any of you can offer any advice I would appreciate it! Have not picked dress, shoes, photographer, hair/makeup yet so it appears that I still have a LOT to do!!

Thx,Christie

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