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We are having our ceremony on the Tucan beach at 1pm! I can't wait!!! I will also try to take a peak at your wedding on Friday!! cheer2.gif

Originally Posted by Soon2bMrsT View Post


Hi FutureRN2011!

 

So sorry you're going through all that. It's so frustrating! I thought a destination wedding was supposed to be stress free - YA RIGHT HUH?

Try to stay positive though. From what we hear everything works out in the end and turns out beautiful, so I'm sure it will for you and me as well. 

Are you getting married on the beach, what time Saturday?  I'm not sure what our plans are yet, but if I'm around the resort I will go try to take a peak.  Ours is at 2:00pm on Friday on the Beach at Nizuc Side I believe. I can't wait!!!!!!!!

Hope to see you there and good luck with the rest of the planning.  If you have questions I can help you with, I'll be happy to!
 



 



 

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After reading all these posts the last several months, I can't believe I actually have something to post! I'm not getting married until 2013, but I've admired so much of all of your work, I couldn't help myself but put these pics up here!

 

pic stds.jpgThe "Please Save the Date" side is reversible, with this on the other side. I'm hoping people will actually use these if they end up coming!

 

This last picture is actually printed on the back of the "please save the date" card. I'm hoping people will actually use them if they come.  I was really excited about them and brought one to work to show one of my co-workers.  A few of the guys that work there were really confused about how to open them (fyi NOT a difficult process AT ALL!) but it freaked me out so much I'm actually going to include directions on how to use them BangHead.gif

 

I got the actual luggage tags on http://tags.idcardgroup.com/  the tags were $47.99 for 100 and the straps were $5.50 for 100. If your total is over $100 it's free! The inserts were from vistaprint.com.  Just an FYI it's going to cost about $1.60 to mail two of these in one standard envelope (it's too thick to be considered regular mail, this is for US mail).

 

 

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After reading this thread for months now, I'm so excited that I finally have something 1) accomplished 2) to share! I'm not getting married until 2013, but since you ladies have been such an inspiration, I couldn't help but share my STDs I JUST finished!

 

pic stds.jpgThe "Please Save the Date" side is reversible, with this on the other side. I'm hoping people will actually use these if they end up coming!

 

This last photo is the other side of the "Please Save the Date" insert.  I'm hoping people will actually use them if they end up coming.  I brought one to work to show a girl friend and three of my guy co-workers couldn't figure out how to open these (NOT THAT HARD!), so I've decided to include some SIMPLE directions, just in case! BangHead.gif

 

I got the actual luggage tags on http://tags.idcardgroup.com/  the tags were $47.99 for 100 and the straps were $5.50 for 100. If your total is over $100 it's free! The inserts were from vistaprint.com.  Just an FYI it's going to cost about $1.60 to mail two of these in one standard envelope (it's too thick to be considered regular mail, for US mail).

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Super cute picture!  Such a cute idea- i love it!
 

Originally Posted by stefn1218 View Post

 

After reading this thread for months now, I'm so excited that I finally have something 1) accomplished 2) to share! I'm not getting married until 2013, but since you ladies have been such an inspiration, I couldn't help but share my STDs I JUST finished!

 

pic stds.jpgThe "Please Save the Date" side is reversible, with this on the other side. I'm hoping people will actually use these if they end up coming!

 

This last photo is the other side of the "Please Save the Date" insert.  I'm hoping people will actually use them if they end up coming.  I brought one to work to show a girl friend and three of my guy co-workers couldn't figure out how to open these (NOT THAT HARD!), so I've decided to include some SIMPLE directions, just in case! BangHead.gif

 

I got the actual luggage tags on http://tags.idcardgroup.com/  the tags were $47.99 for 100 and the straps were $5.50 for 100. If your total is over $100 it's free! The inserts were from vistaprint.com.  Just an FYI it's going to cost about $1.60 to mail two of these in one standard envelope (it's too thick to be considered regular mail, for US mail).



 

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These are super cute.... and I love the picture!

 

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Originally Posted by stefn1218 View Post

 

After reading this thread for months now, I'm so excited that I finally have something 1) accomplished 2) to share! I'm not getting married until 2013, but since you ladies have been such an inspiration, I couldn't help but share my STDs I JUST finished!

 

pic stds.jpgThe "Please Save the Date" side is reversible, with this on the other side. I'm hoping people will actually use these if they end up coming!

 

This last photo is the other side of the "Please Save the Date" insert.  I'm hoping people will actually use them if they end up coming.  I brought one to work to show a girl friend and three of my guy co-workers couldn't figure out how to open these (NOT THAT HARD!), so I've decided to include some SIMPLE directions, just in case! BangHead.gif

 

I got the actual luggage tags on http://tags.idcardgroup.com/  the tags were $47.99 for 100 and the straps were $5.50 for 100. If your total is over $100 it's free! The inserts were from vistaprint.com.  Just an FYI it's going to cost about $1.60 to mail two of these in one standard envelope (it's too thick to be considered regular mail, for US mail).



 

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Such a cute idea..great job..yours guests are going to love them!!
 

Originally Posted by stefn1218 View Post

 

After reading this thread for months now, I'm so excited that I finally have something 1) accomplished 2) to share! I'm not getting married until 2013, but since you ladies have been such an inspiration, I couldn't help but share my STDs I JUST finished!

 

pic stds.jpgThe "Please Save the Date" side is reversible, with this on the other side. I'm hoping people will actually use these if they end up coming!

 

This last photo is the other side of the "Please Save the Date" insert.  I'm hoping people will actually use them if they end up coming.  I brought one to work to show a girl friend and three of my guy co-workers couldn't figure out how to open these (NOT THAT HARD!), so I've decided to include some SIMPLE directions, just in case! BangHead.gif

 

I got the actual luggage tags on http://tags.idcardgroup.com/  the tags were $47.99 for 100 and the straps were $5.50 for 100. If your total is over $100 it's free! The inserts were from vistaprint.com.  Just an FYI it's going to cost about $1.60 to mail two of these in one standard envelope (it's too thick to be considered regular mail, for US mail).



 

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Hey ladies! This may be a silly question but does anyone know how we get our stuff back after the events?

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Not silly at all as I asked the same of my coord.  She will gather everything for me and have it returned to our room.  I'm quite sure the same arrangement could be made. 

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Hey ladies! This may be a silly question but does anyone know how we get our stuff back after the events?


 

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Ohh i never even thought of that..great question!!
 

Originally Posted by beatyea View Post

Hey ladies! This may be a silly question but does anyone know how we get our stuff back after the events?


 

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Hi everyone,

 

I'm a little behind with planning and DIY projects but things are starting to come together. I heard from my on-site coordinator that the Tucan Gazebo has been booked for my ceremony on May 10! It's getting so close and I still have so much to do. But I wanted to say thanks to everyone, I borrowed quite a few ideas from BDW threads. I've been reading through threads for quite a bit over the past few weeks and found many many helpful tips from all of you. 

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