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Alnissa

NJ Newbie - getting married in Negril

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Hello Everyone!

 

My name is Alnissa and my wedding is in 25 days! Me and fiance are getting married at the RIU ClubHotel in Negril, Jamaica.

 

Right now I'm in the final stages of planning and have come across this site, eager for tips and advice.

 

I'm working on my OOT bags, trying to find a last min linen tux for my 6'4" fiance (yikes!) working on programs for the ceremony, and trying my hardest not to go off on my DestinaionWeddings.com coordinator smile67.gif

 

Anyway, Hello! and thanks in advance for the help!

 

Al

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Hi Alnissa, congrats and welcome to the forum. For the suit for FI at this late stage your best bet maybe the Calvin Klein linen suit at Menswearhouse. I am not sure if they still have the special going on but that suit was $129. They are quick and reliable. There is a website many of the ladies on here have used that sells $99 suit but the company is in India and I don't think you will get it in time. Good luck with it all and happy last minute planning!

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Welcome and congrats. Better to find this site late than never. You should find lots of info about the OOt bags and you might try using the search function for some tips for your FI's attire. Join us on the NJ Brides discussion thread when you have a moment to breathe...good luck!!

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Welcome and congrats! We are getting married in Negril as well. Good luck planning, and I am sure you will find the answers to your all questions on this site!

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