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Originally Posted by lety01 View Post

There is no mention of it in the initial contract, but when we contacted Kelley she added it in there. Also, there is a $10/person fee for the tips that are calculated in the contract. Kids over 2 must be included in this count. If you are planning to add the extra hour it is also an additional $10/person, but the kids do not need to be included in this count because the extra fee is to cover the open bar. Hope this help! Please let me know if I can answer anymore questions. It was my sister's wedding, but I did most of the planning :)

 

~Lety~


Thanks for the help, Lety!

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Hey, gang!

 

So far I've only heard of table runners on the dinner tables, nothing about table clothes. But I was looking through some pics Kelley sent and saw this couple had table clothes.

 

http://nathanielsphotos.com/John_and_Julias_Wedding/

(look at pic 105)

 

Do you guys think the bride brought that herself? Or do you know if it's an option?

Yes I remember she brought her own

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Originally Posted by Readybetty View Post

 

Only 171 days until we leave for Puerto Vallarta! Yahoo!

 

June 11th, 2011 here we come! bunny_4.gif

 

OMG! that seems so soon! how is everything coming along?!

 

 

Originally Posted by horegan View Post

 

Happy Holidays to all past and future Las Caletas brides!! 

 

awww that is nice wink.gif

 

same to you!

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Originally Posted by Andi View Post



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Originally Posted by Readybetty View Post

Only 171 days until we leave for Puerto Vallarta! Yahoo!

 

June 11th, 2011 here we come! bunny_4.gif


OMG! that seems so soon! how is everything coming along?!

 



Originally Posted by horegan View Post

Happy Holidays to all past and future Las Caletas brides!! 


awww that is nice wink.gif

 

same to you!


Hi Andi!

 

I sort of took some time off from wedding planning, just at least until the holidays are over.  Then come next week, beginning of January, I'm back to my planning.  I'm looking forward to getting in touch with Kelley again, just to touch base.  If I have some simple questions and want to "tweek" my contract, is it too far out to contact her or should I wait a little bit until I start "bugging" her again?

 

Hope you and everyone on here had a fabulous holiday and soon to be happy new year!  smile159.gif

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Yesterday was 5 months until the wedding, ahhhh!!! I contacted Kelley about 3 weeks ago to ask her something about the time on the invitation and she already sent me a form to fill out with our preferences to get started. She said it was early but wouldn't hurt to get some of it out of the way. It's finally starting to feel real now and it will be here before we know it!!

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