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#3451 AllieH

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Posted 26 January 2013 - 07:51 AM

gorgeous Shannon!!! I love the bright colors. And you look like you are having fun with your girls. can't wait to see more pics!! 

Originally Posted by Shannon Burgess 

Here is a picture that shows my bouquets, they were absolutely gorgeous.

 


 

Official El Dorado Royale/El Dorado Casitas Royale Thread <---check here for all info about EDR/EDCR

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El Dorado Royale Brides Thread <---come chat with other EDR brides

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#3452 bluelenscaribe

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    Posted 26 January 2013 - 09:53 AM

    Hi Brides!

     

    Enjoy our photos at 

     

     

     

     



    #3453 jnitschke

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      Posted 26 January 2013 - 03:59 PM

      Originally Posted by Darcy 

      I posted on the Knot that I was looking for malibu blue sashes and someone responded.  I wish she had the runners but she doesn't she had to rent those.  Did you find a place to buy the sheers  if so where?  I planned on renting them I was just getting two.   I think the flowers are pretty expensive too but nothing can do about that!


      Hey Darcy, Here is where I'm getting my sheers.  http://www.efavormar...nd-organza.aspx

      They have a bunch of different fabric types in all different colors.  I think the polyester rolls probably would have been ok too.  I decided to do satin.  I think if you go back to some of my other posts I put up the photos that my WC sent me of different materials.  I liked satin best, so that's what I'm going with.  I think they're 29.99... way better than the 200.00 a piece the resort wanted me to pay for satin.  That's an awesome score on the sashes too by the way... maybe I should be posting on the knot... I haven't been looking there.



      #3454 TheWolferts

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        Posted 27 January 2013 - 08:40 AM

        Originally Posted by Darcy 

        What about for center pieces what is everyone doing?  The couple that I saw were $70ea  I don't really think I have room to be bringing down centerpieces in my suitcase I am expecting 40 guests I believe tables seat 8 per table so i would need 5 centerpieces.  Any ideas???

         

        We had 40 guests and 7 tables at our reception, so centerpieces added up quickly!

         

        We ended up just using flower pedals, vases and floating candles. I believe they were $120 each, which is kind of pricey, but we did not want to have to fly down with 21 tall glass vases, so we felt like it was worth the price, especially given the high prices they had with full flower center pieces.

         



        #3455 TheWolferts

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          Posted 27 January 2013 - 08:45 AM

          We had our gazebo flowers moved to our reception and placed on the entry table with our place "cards" (my mom painted sandollars and my grandfather made us the tray).

           

           

          I had wanted callalillies in my bouquet because I think they are so classy and my parents used them for her wedding flower... but they were "out of season" so I picked white Iris and sea grass. I loved my bouquet, but for some reason I expected it to be bigger.

           



          #3456 mstigger

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            Posted 27 January 2013 - 04:17 PM

            The imperial table is just 1 big square table for you and your guests. I think it is for smaller weddings. There will only be about 16-20 of us, so it's perfect for us!!

            Originally Posted by LKocelko 


            What is the imperial table setup?



            #3457 LKocelko

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              Posted 28 January 2013 - 05:51 AM

              Originally Posted by mstigger 

              The imperial table is just 1 big square table for you and your guests. I think it is for smaller weddings. There will only be about 16-20 of us, so it's perfect for us!!

              I like that idea...maybe I'll look into it. Thanks!



              #3458 mstigger

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                Posted 28 January 2013 - 10:26 AM

                Here is a pic of the emperial set up that my WC sent me. We also saw one in person when we did our site visit and I really liked it. We will just have our seats up at the head of the table.

                Hope this helps!!

                 



                #3459 AllieH

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                Posted 28 January 2013 - 10:32 AM

                I love that Gail!!

                Originally Posted by mstigger 

                Here is a pic of the emperial set up that my WC sent me. We also saw one in person when we did our site visit and I really liked it. We will just have our seats up at the head of the table.

                Hope this helps!!

                 


                 

                Official El Dorado Royale/El Dorado Casitas Royale Thread <---check here for all info about EDR/EDCR

                Wright Travel Agency <--for all your Destination Wedding needs! Contact the experts and reduce your stress. 

                El Dorado Royale Brides Thread <---come chat with other EDR brides

                AllieH's EDR 11-5-2012 Planning Thread <--because it was so awesome


                #3460 mstigger

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                  Posted 28 January 2013 - 10:36 AM

                  Thanks Allie!

                  Well, my son left for Army basic training in Fort Benning yesterday. I've been quite the mess, it was MUCH harder than I even anticipated.

                  We had a party for him Saturday evening......here we are, hard to believe he's 20 and a grown man now.....happy, but sad all at the same time!!!

                  I love that Gail!!






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