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Originally Posted by jessicap View Post

 

I've heard that the weather forecasting is highly unreliable, and not to be worried that they call for a chance of rain everyday. I'm hoping this is true, and that it will be just fine for our ceremony! I will be really upset if I've waited this long, and drug everyone to Mexico just to get married in the same ballroom area that I could've rented here. :(

 

Trying to stay positive though... 

 

Can't believe we leave in 6 days! 

 

I have to add to the procrastination discussion too... My FI shirt should be arriving tomorrow or Friday. He's not freaking out about it, but I can't imagine not having a shirt 6 days before we leave. I guess that's why we're all different people, right? 

 

 

 

I'm worried about the weather too! I'm from Seattle so... I really, really, really can't have rain. I need it to be sunny. I will be so depressed if the weather is yucky cry.gif

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OMG OMG OMG

I'm legally a wifey, a missus, his old lady!

I wanted to save all of the theatrics for our Mexico wedding, and even though we didn't even exchange rings today, I still cried the whole way through the ceremony crybaby2.gif HAPPY TEARS OF COURSE! As soon as he looked into my eyes and said "I, Marc..." the tears started flowing.

It's raining cats and dogs here in Seattle, but they say "a wet knot is harder to untie."

I just hope that I got all of the waterworks (both tears and rain) out of the way so that everything is nice and dry for our Mexico wedding in T-Minus 9 days, flying out in 5 days!

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CONGRATULATIONS!!!  You are officially a MRS.!  So glad to hear that it went well!  I think our legal ceremony will be the same -- that is me in a bunch of tears! :)
 

Originally Posted by aeluzu View Post

OMG OMG OMG

I'm legally a wifey, a missus, his old lady!

I wanted to save all of the theatrics for our Mexico wedding, and even though we didn't even exchange rings today, I still cried the whole way through the ceremony crybaby2.gif HAPPY TEARS OF COURSE! As soon as he looked into my eyes and said "I, Marc..." the tears started flowing.

It's raining cats and dogs here in Seattle, but they say "a wet knot is harder to untie."

I just hope that I got all of the waterworks (both tears and rain) out of the way so that everything is nice and dry for our Mexico wedding in T-Minus 9 days, flying out in 5 days!



 

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Leaving tonight around 3AM! I can't believe that the day has finally come. Ladies, thank you all for all of the support and advice along the way. I can't wait to share my experience with you guys when I get back and I hope that all of you will share too. CHEERS!

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