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Sorry its not too clear too it with my phone under a lamp - lol.

 

Its says Mexico January 2011 (at the top)

Then lots of mexican 'things'

(at the bottom) hotel catalonia riviera maya, puerto aventuras

 

Then Speedy Gonalez saying 'I travelled all the way to Mexico to see Jo and Buster get married and all I got was this lousy magnet!'

 

They are v thin but i thought they were just a little keepsake that only cost a couple of quid.

 

Good luck x smile123.gif

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Hi ladies ive been missing for what seems like DAYSSSSSSSS

A virus on the lap top wiped me out so ive lost everything ahhhhhh my password for on here and boy have i struggled with logging in again bloody useless me.

Ive been poorly aswell so i could of done with some bdw time lol.

As a side note my medication has been increased im now on 125 mg of thyroxine so fingers crossed the last half stone may fall off.Im having to take calcium and vitamin d tablets on prescription as i dont/cant eat dairy products due to ibs

My levels of calcium and vit d are low so i need the sun!!!

Six weeks and ill be in Greece yay Does anyone else have an underactive thyroid.

Louise i hope you pop back on before you fly off to your wedding "Have a fab time enjoy every second and take time out to enjoy your hubby"

Today i reordered some bits from vista print

I had ordered buisness cards but the date has changed free allmost

I ordered one pen which was free and a t shirt the order came to less than £10

I then went back on and ordered another t shirt which with posting came to £5 ish

BUT i forgot to order another pen for free (cos im a div)

Has anyone purchased a starfish bouquet jewel cos im wondering is it just a hair pin type thing?

Im thinking of buying my mum and pauls mum brouches(sp) ive seen on ebay there starfish with coloured stones

Im thinking they wont want or expect anything so do i save the money so we have some spending money which is a worry right now

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I am getting a few ideas together now but havent bought anything as of yet because have car, home insurance etc due so as soon as those are paid i am gonna get cracking i am having a dilemma about shoes at the moment because it is a beach ceremony heels are not going to be appropriate on the sand so not sure if to have them bare feet or with flat sandals, my other half is suggesting wedges but not sure if it will work, what are you guys doing for shoes?

Vicki x

I've bought some wedges from victoria secret which are 3 1/2 inches for the beach ceremony so that way i can have some heels for after and my dress will still be the same length thewave.gif

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Apologies in advance ladies i havent leart how to quote other peoples posts yet.

Nicyx....The sixpence idea is fab i am definatly in

Michelle....You said your dress is too big for hand luggage, which dress have you gone for?, sounds like Monarch are a bit rubbish on luggage allowance, what ashame.

Kerry....The starfish bouquet jewellary is stunning and has giving me some ideas thankyou and even better that they do it in turqoise :-) I am going to have a browse round their site and see what else i can find.

Lyndsey....Welcome to the forum its fab that you have so many people going with you.

Josie.....Thank you for compiling the list for UK brides its great their is so many of us lots of tips to share.

Nicy & Kerry.....You guys are doing great on your weight loss journeys i have just started mine and finding it soooooo difficult lol.

I am getting a few ideas together now but havent bought anything as of yet because have car, home insurance etc due so as soon as those are paid i am gonna get cracking i am having a dilemma about shoes at the moment because it is a beach ceremony heels are not going to be appropriate on the sand so not sure if to have them bare feet or with flat sandals, my other half is suggesting wedges but not sure if it will work, what are you guys doing for shoes?

Vicki x
No i know it will go in the hand luggage it's just the weight i'm worried about. I phoned Monarch today and they said they were really stricted on it. I said could they combine the weight as not all passengers ie, my son will have any hand luggage and she said NO... it's 5kg and thats IT.. so all i can do is have it packed and weigh it, if not pack it in the case for the hold.. I'm not gonna bridezilla out over it but just would have liked to have it with me.. I wont know till May now so not worth stressing over it..

As for shoes i am wearing heels, high heels. We're not having a beach wedding (will just take em off for the beach photos).. i love heels and can't imagine getting married in flats.. although i also love my flat sandals.. so i will just wear the same ones for our AHR...

welcome back Roo ;o)

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As for shoes i am wearing heels, high heels. We're not having a beach wedding (will just take em off for the beach photos).. i love heels and can't imagine getting married in flats.. although i also love my flat sandals.. so i will just wear the same ones for our AHR...
Me to - love heals! Can't imagine get married in flats! Not getting married on the beach either - I have got a pretty pair of flats if I need them as the night goes on!

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Oooooo, just ordered my lucky sixpence :-)

 

Welcome back roo, i know what its like my comp has a virus a week or 2 back.. drove me mad!!!!

 

xox

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I am wondering if it would be easier getting married at the gazebo so everyone can wear heels lol
ha ha yeh change location just for the heels, lol... Most of our wedding will be inside or at the gazebo so i think all the ladies will wear heels for it... we all have flats to change into in the evening if it gets to much :o)... for our beach photos we will just go bear foot (not that you will see mine under my dress, or the shoes for that matter) lol

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