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JayKay, I remember looking at your wedding pictures and really loving the blue that you used. You used the chair sashes from the resort, right? They weren't sashes that you brought down yourself? And was the gazebo automatically decorated with the blue sashes too, or did you ask for that?

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I brought the sashes myself and brought them with me.  As for the color on the gazebo they did that automatically to match with the color of my sashes.  I have my chair sashes for sale too if you are interested.

Originally Posted by lcamer View Post

JayKay, I remember looking at your wedding pictures and really loving the blue that you used. You used the chair sashes from the resort, right? They weren't sashes that you brought down yourself? And was the gazebo automatically decorated with the blue sashes too, or did you ask for that?

 

 

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I bought them pre cut from a website.   You order by the quantity.  They come in long straight pieces that they tie on at the resort.

Originally Posted by FutureKeese22 View Post

How did you know how much tulle to get for the chairs? Did you know the measurements?

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Hi ladies, just wondering if anyone rented the disco for their reception? Or if anyone knows if there is a bar at the disco? I am thinking of doing this for after dinner but would like to know if I would have to worry about drinks? Thanks so much! =)

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Originally Posted by Jodiann View Post

 

Hi ladies, just wondering if anyone rented the disco for their reception? Or if anyone knows if there is a bar at the disco? I am thinking of doing this for after dinner but would like to know if I would have to worry about drinks? Thanks so much! =)

There's a bar inside the disco, along with about 3 to 4 sets of tables w/ four chairs at each table. So there is seating if you are worried about your older crowd.

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Hey, I'm actually getting married this month (23 more days!!!!) and I'm using coral chair sashes from that site.  I picked up 35 (I think??) of the satin coral sashes so if you want to buy them off me when I get back, let me know.  I also have tables runners as well. 

 

 

Originally Posted by FutureKeese22 View Post

Thank you! Found coral ones I am going to order once I know how many people are coming! :-)

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