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Majestic Colonial 20 page information booklet

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This is my favourite DIY project that I made for my wedding. I had travelled to the Majestic for my friends wedding, and then I had photos taken with my FI on a second visit to the hotel. That is where I got most of my information.

 

I used content similar to ErinB Best Destination Wedding Forum ~ The Ultimate Destination Wedding Resource. Apparently this link no longer works, so I'm trying to find hers again. I'll post it when I find it. I also saw images from someone named Daina & Dan. I looked all over but couldnâ€t find her thread. I fell in love immediately with her layout, colours, and raffia ribbon and I copied all of these to a T.

 

I hope that Daina will acknowledge this to let people know it was her format completely.

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TIPS & INFORMATION:

~ Using a glossy paper will make colours POP dramatically

~ I used 11X17 paper - landscape

~ I re-arranged all the pages so that it would fold up into a booklet during printing (THIS WAS THE HARDEST PART)

~ Booklet has 10 pages front and back printed in full colour. Therefore I had 20 colour pages. Pages are 11X17 and therefore a lot more expensive for printing.

~ One Booklet cost approximately $8

~ You may want to check other sources to see if my information is still correct before using it yourself.

~ I notice these threads go on for years so notice the date I posted it and know that information can change a few years from now.

 

I created a website because my booklet it too big to upload the template. The website is strictly for content because I couldn't do formatting and adding pictures, so the actual design of the booklet is up to you. You can look on Trip Advisor for pictures and insert the ones you like.

 

I worked sooooo hard on this and I feel so good now that it's done.

 

Thank you to everyone who has helped contribute ideas for me!

 

Majestic Colonial Info Booklet Content

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This is awesome!!! Thank you so much for posting all the info. I'm getting married at Majestic too. Your info gave me so many more ideas of what to add into my prewedding letter I was going to send everyone.

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