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#11 foxytv

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    Posted 23 July 2007 - 03:13 PM

    I forgot to mention that we are getting the "Vow Renewal" package ... which comes included ... but then doing a la carte for any reception stuff and extras. With the amount of people we have coming, the pricefor adding people on to the wedding/reception package deals was wwaayy more expensive than doing it a la carte for us.

    #12 starchild

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      Posted 23 July 2007 - 06:50 PM

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      Originally Posted by carlymcmullen
      I booked a month or so ago and they said something about meeting with them when we get there to finalize the plans and that sounded great to me! I am supposed to email closer to the date with colors and stuff, but it seemed that the majority of it would be decided when I got there. But it seems that everyone is looking for outside of the resorts and upgrades and whatnot. I didn't want to just let it go and then go crazy in 7 months when there is barely time ti fix it. Oh decisions, decisions.
      Don't fret, Morgan is right, it's all about how much control you want to have. My wedding wasn't at a resort, but I took a really relaxed approach to the set up. I didn't really know what the tables/flowers/cake were going to look like until I saw them on my wedding day. I could have been more hands on but I was more excited to be marrying Will than to care what color the tableclothes were. I basically told the WC I wanted lots of candles and petals and I wanted our ceremony to face the ocean, and I was thrilled with what I got.

      We even went for a site inspection which my WC loved because she said I was so laid back it made her job fun, lol. Some people have known how they want things to look since before they were engaged, some get inspired by magazines, in our case we knew the location was the decoration and anything extra was a bonus so we didn't stress over it. There is no right or wrong way to do it, so make it your own and do what you feel.

      #13 boscobel

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        Posted 25 July 2007 - 09:42 AM

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        Originally Posted by starchild
        Don't fret, Morgan is right, it's all about how much control you want to have. My wedding wasn't at a resort, but I took a really relaxed approach to the set up. I didn't really know what the tables/flowers/cake were going to look like until I saw them on my wedding day. I could have been more hands on but I was more excited to be marrying Will than to care what color the tableclothes were. I basically told the WC I wanted lots of candles and petals and I wanted our ceremony to face the ocean, and I was thrilled with what I got.

        We even went for a site inspection which my WC loved because she said I was so laid back it made her job fun, lol. Some people have known how they want things to look since before they were engaged, some get inspired by magazines, in our case we knew the location was the decoration and anything extra was a bonus so we didn't stress over it. There is no right or wrong way to do it, so make it your own and do what you feel.
        You are so laid back, it's great. I take that approach on most days regarding the wedding, then other days I am driving myself crazy! 9 more months of this too! AHHHHHH

        #14 foxytv

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          Posted 25 July 2007 - 09:51 AM

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          Originally Posted by carlymcmullen
          You are so laid back, it's great. I take that approach on most days regarding the wedding, then other days I am driving myself crazy! 9 more months of this too! AHHHHHH

          I hear ya, sista! I am driving myself crazy most days! aarrgghh!!! So much too, so little time! :-)




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