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Update on my wedding plans...

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#1 starfish kate

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    Posted 10 January 2008 - 01:41 PM

    Some of you may know that my wedding plans have changed from what I had originally planned. I will spare you the details and just update everyone with our current plans.

    Our first plans were to be married on St. John in the US Virgin Islands in November 2008. Now we will be getting married on Cape Cod in the spring of 2009. My birthday is May 24th which happens to fall on the Sunday of Memorial Day weekend in 2009 so I think that might be fun.

    We haven't chosen an exact location yet, but Mike and I will be heading down to the Cape with my parents in a couple of weeks to visit some possible sites as well as attend a wedding expo. We will probably have about 150-ish people and it will be a New England Clambake and much to my FMIL's dismay, we will not be having paper plates and napkins, it will be an elegant seaside clambake. :)

    Colors will be navy blue, light blue, red and white.

    I thought I'd show you what I've been thinking for decor, etc. Tell me what you think and if you have any better ideas:

    I have always wanted a chessecake for a wedding cake. I'd like something similar to this, but with fruit on top instead of flowers.


    Not sure about flowers yet, but here are some ideas that I like:

    I like these colors:

    In julep cups:

    Maybe in a tablescape like this:

    #2 rodent


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      Posted 15 January 2008 - 11:29 AM

      I really like that red flower. What type is that?

      #3 starfish kate

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        Posted 15 January 2008 - 12:22 PM

        I have no idea- I think I got the pic from The Knot so there was not description. If I come across the name I'll let you know. :)

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