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#41 aimee

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    Posted 28 January 2007 - 02:04 PM

    Thanks for the advice Stephanie. I know that my wedding is 9 months away, unfortunatly I can't help thinking about planning my wedding. I guess I'll have to excerise my patience...

    If you don't mind me asking, what have you done so far in regards to your planning? You must be getting so excited!!!

    I hope your communication with the WC picks up as well.

    #42 RAENJAY

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    Posted 28 January 2007 - 03:16 PM

    Well, let's see with the WC we have decided on the location for the ceremony & reception, we have also sent cake ideas to see if they can do something similiar. I have talked with her about flower ideas (but won't pick until we get there)... I've got requests in now for the cigar roller & am deciding on the DJ. We've got the ipod, but may put their DJ in charge of it. The other few questions I have for them yet, is about the arch on the beach, and then I'm freakin' out about the minister/judge. I do not want my cermony in Spanish & translated. We are getting married in the States first and then just having a civil service in Meixco. My guests don't know this though, they think it'll be legal in Mexico. :-)

    I also have my dress, my girls have their gowns, we have the guest bags figured out, have our rooms booked, have our flights blocked. I think pretty mcuh everything but the little details is done. YEA!
    Stephanie & Jason ~ RIU Palace ~ Cabo San Lucas
    June 23, 2007
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    #43 BEACHBRIDEMA

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      Posted 28 January 2007 - 03:22 PM

      I really dont like how the ceremony in done in Spanish either. I am not sure if there is a way to get around it though. If I cant find a way I am going to have my cousin translate it for us, at least it will be more meaningful.
      Sarah
      <a href="http://s162.photobuc...entation2-2.jpg" target="_blank"><img src="http://i162.photobuc...entation2-2.jpg" border="0" alt="Photobucket"></a>Wedding slideshow: http://www.juancarlo...com/sarah18/...

      #44 KACENGG

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        Posted 29 January 2007 - 02:01 PM

        I really don't want the ceremony in Spanish and translated as well. I think it will ruin the flow of the ceremony. I wonder if there's anything we can do to get around this? I know my uncle wanted to do our ceremony for us (in english) but I'm sure this would make everything so much more complex, if it would even be legal anymore.....

        If you guys think of anything to get around this, please let me know.
        Kim & Erik
        November 9, 2007
        RIU Palace
        Cabo San Lucas, Mexico




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