Sorry to hear about the ER incident. Hope he is feeling better. Beautiful Christmas card!!!
I would love to do that but I really want to use a professional pic and I won't have those in time. Still thinking about it.
So I did something pretty dumb and wanted to share with you ladies for a laugh.
D and I were trying to be efficient when it came to the AHR and invites. We didn't have our accurate guests lists yet so we figured 150 guests allowed on the yacht - lets order 200 invites to be safe. When we got them all we went and bought 200 stamps and 200 postcards stamps for the RSVP cards. Then we stuck them on every envelope and every postcard. We felt so good that we got that done and out of the way. Then we actually took at look at our guest list and finished up getting addresses. When everything was done and the labels were ready to be printed I did a count of how many we needed....95. Yup just 95 invites are needed and I have 200 invites, 200 stamped envelopes and 200 stamped postcards. We did that a$$ backwards wouldn't you say?? LMAO!! What a waste of money....so stupid!! Oh well.
We went to see the yacht last night that we are having our reception on. Its so pretty and is decorated for Xmas right now. I got some great ideas for centerpieces. It made me a little bit more excited about having to do this all over again. We are having an all out formal wedding reception and we will be watching the ceremony video so its pretty much the whole thing repeated. Good Times!!
Originally Posted by leigh2011
So how are all of the November brides holding up?
My husband decided to test out the whole "in sickness and in health" thing very early in our marriage. Today is my first day back at work after a weekend trip to the ER resulted in an emergency appendectomy for my husband. All I can say is thank goodness 1) that this didn't happen a month ago when we were in Mexico and 2) for good health insurance (though there will still be a very hefty out of pocket charge).
I hope everyone is doing well and are happily preparing for your first holiday season as a married couple.
BTW - we couldn't resist using a wedding picture for the front of our Christmas cards: