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I would like to say a huge thank you to Tammy for creating this site!!!! I honestly would have been lost without it! Thanks to all the ladies here for your support and ideas, I am happy to have shared my wedding planning experiences with each one of you! Thanks to those brides from whom I used your ideas and happy planning to those brides to be!!

 

Engagement Story

 

We were on vacation in Newfoundland, my Fiancé (Doug) is from there and every time we went on a trip I was always wondering if he was going to propose and he still never had. The thought did not even cross my mind that he would pop the question on this trip. Anyway we were at Cape Spear which is the most easterly point in North America and the waves were huge and crashing along the rocks like I had never seen (it was only my 3rd trip there.) As we stood there watching the waves we also saw some whales which is something else I always want to see when I go and never have. Then as we were walking away Doug pulled me to the side, got down on one knee and asked me to marry him. And of course I said, “Are you serious..huh.gif†over and over for a couple minutes and then a huge “YES!!â€. He totally took me by surprise, the greatest surprise ever!

 

Wedding Stamp

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Location - Riu Palace Riviera Maya

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Engagement Ring - Costco

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Wedding Bands

Mappins

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Diamond Design

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Dress – Bridal Debut – Maggie Sottero “Melindaâ€

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Ceremony Shoes – Town Shoes $95cad

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Groom & GM Attire from Tristan & Shoes from Aldo

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STD – The Paper Tree

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Invitations – The Paper Tee

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Ladies OOT Bag

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Guys OOT Bag

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Favours –Maracas

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