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Ladies we leave in 5 days and this is my last diy project but we need help[!!! Does anyone have a welcome booklet templete they would be willing to share?

Thanks so much!!!

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Here is mine...it's not for Punta Cana...but you should be might be able to work with it. I bought (and then returned! wink.gif) a large paper cutter from Staples. Then I used the binding machine at work to make the booklets. I just printed them on regular cardstock!

 

Good luck!!

 

 

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Wow! Nicely done on the wedding welome booklet!!

 

I loved the scavenger hunt, I have heard of people doing that! How did it turn out in the end/ Did people partake?

 

I will be borrowing some of your ideas on there if you don't mind!! :)

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Here is mine...it's not for Punta Cana...but you should be might be able to work with it. I bought (and then returned! wink.gif) a large paper cutter from Staples. Then I used the binding machine at work to make the booklets. I just printed them on regular cardstock!

Good luck!!
Bachata! That's fabulous!

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Wow! Nicely done on the wedding welome booklet!!

I loved the scavenger hunt, I have heard of people doing that! How did it turn out in the end/ Did people partake?

I will be borrowing some of your ideas on there if you don't mind!! :)
a wedding booklet is a great idea. we made a small one and attached it as part of our invitations. ppl thought it was clever and definitely reduced the stress of ppl asking multiple questions.

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