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Does the ROR charge tax on wedding packages?

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Guess we're still waiting hey? I just assumed they did......never really thought more about it...wishful thinking that they dont lol

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Yeah, it would be nice if it was clear on the website. Does anyone know how much the tax would be? I'd rather plan for it then not. Thanks!

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I just reread my documents from Michael at the photoshop and it says that tax was included in his rate.

 

I plan on asking Chadlyn about it in emails soon-if I hear Ill let you know....we're only 6 weeks away....

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I just reread my documents from Michael at the photoshop and it says that tax was included in his rate.

I plan on asking Chadlyn about it in emails soon-if I hear Ill let you know....we're only 6 weeks away....
That's great Marie, thanks! I'd appreciate any information you can send my way.
6 weeks away, that's exciting! Are you going crazy with last minute plans or have you been pretty organized?

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HA!!!!!!!

 

You should see my to do list, Im feeling very over whelmed,....and moody lol....I still wanna write our ceremony, get wedding music for our ipod, groomsmen gifts, find a pic of a nice cake, hair style,- to bring along with me....gotta get wedding shoes, earrings...find fi shoes, belt, shirt...decide on songs to dance to for us, Im still looking at beach clothing in stores, still need a carry on.....gotta finsih the fans, order travel mugs, create welcome letter etc etc etc-the list goes on....panick attack...between work, and the gym-Im t-totally stressed out-all this wedding stuff has my head in a spin! Now I gotta figure out how to pack it all too...

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HA!!!!!!!

You should see my to do list, Im feeling very over whelmed,....and moody lol....I still wanna write our ceremony, get wedding music for our ipod, groomsmen gifts, find a pic of a nice cake, hair style,- to bring along with me....gotta get wedding shoes, earrings...find fi shoes, belt, shirt...decide on songs to dance to for us, Im still looking at beach clothing in stores, still need a carry on.....gotta finsih the fans, order travel mugs, create welcome letter etc etc etc-the list goes on....panick attack...between work, and the gym-Im t-totally stressed out-all this wedding stuff has my head in a spin! Now I gotta figure out how to pack it all too...

Ohh Marie, I feel your pain!! Although, I still have some time on my hands so I can't fully relate to the last minute stuff you're experiencing right now. I've been trying to plan so that I minimize my freakout session that is sure to come as we get closer to November. I think I have a few of the things you have listed completed but now I'm on my FI to get his attire together. He keeps making the mistake of thinking "I have 7 months so I have lots of time" and I keep telling him "Good luck finding shorts in October!" LOL...
I'm also quite amazed at the people who think that planning a DW takes away all the stress that "normal" brides have... HA! If only they knew!!

Good luck Marie, and I can't wait to hear all about your experience when you return. :) I have been learning so much from brides who have gone before me.

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EVERY price quote we get for ROR-from spa, photoshop, Chadlyn....wth wedding extras, wedding package.........all includes tax....so theres no additional fee-I just heard back from them...thats pretty good news-and saves on my budget lol

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