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webejettin

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Hi all -

 

I am an Oregon girl who is marrying a British man (who lives in England), so wherever we choose, it is going to be a destination wedding for us. :)

 

We know the wedding will either be December 20009 or March 2010. But that is where it stops. I am on these forums for help deciding where we should get married.

 

We have been thinking about the Big Island Hawaii but feeling guilty for the travel time for his relatives, so trying to find out what is available on a budget on the East Coast or at least a closer fly to England. Or even around England, but that seemed more stressful for me.

 

I want a relaxed wedding atmosphere... thinking about barefoot beach type wedding. Anything I can do to keep it simple and unstressful. We already have a lot on our plates coordinating an international move.

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Congrats and welcome to the forum! I think a wedding in Hawaii sounds great! If I were your guests, I'd be excited to have an excuse to go there! I also know that the Caribbean is a popular vacation area for Europeans, have you considered there? Either way, do what makes you happy! Good luck with planning, you'll find tons of information to help you with your decision.

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Welcome! That's so exciting, will you stay in the states or move to the uk?

 

Either way the forums will be a great resource for you as you plan the wedding of your dreams.

 

Congratulations to you both.

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Hello, congrats on your engagement and welcome to the forum. Your wedding ideas sound a lot like mine did when I was planning. Honestly there are so many beautiful locations to have a wedding, you can't go wrong. Hopefully the forum will help you narrow down your choices. Happy planning

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