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#2231 YWS2012

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    Posted 30 October 2011 - 06:33 AM

    I thought I was the only one up & out that early yesterday...LOL 

     

    the DND look GREAT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
     

    Originally Posted by coconoir1908 

    Hola Ladies,

     

    Well up at 6am out the house by 6:30a to get my car inspected, brakes & oil (winter prep)... I was able to work on our wedding ceremony script & vows. So with two hours to wait, I was able to get a lot done.  So after running around and back in the house by 11:30a I decided to take advantage of the rain/snow & friends (not many like to bundle up etc...) We are shoe queens so the rain or snow don't mix well with our collection (I digress).  Anyway, I finished all 55 Guest DND signs (minus 5...those that have extra large holes)   Tools:  Fiskars Circle Cutter, Memories scissors (part of my kit), tweezers, bling & Martha Stewart's ballpoint-tip glue pin.

     

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    #2232 FutureMrsHammer

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      Posted 30 October 2011 - 07:08 AM

      Coco - EVERYTHING you do turns out AMAZZZZIINNNGGG! You are awesome ! You will be done in no time and then you will be able to relax (?? maybe haha) for a little while before the BIG DAY!!!


      Moon Palace Bride June 16th, 2012

      #2233 ndvidul

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        Posted 30 October 2011 - 07:21 AM

        Thanks for all the info, Chelsea!!!  These shirts look like so much fun.  Soft shirts are definitely necessary though, haha.  Appreciate the heads up on where to get some!! You ROCK! :)

         

        Originally Posted by bondgirl0072010 

        One more important thing to add. If you do buy your girls any shirts, I would HIGHLY suggest ordering the "Ladies T-shirt" from Vistaprint. I ordered one to wear for red-i t.png

         

         
         



         



         



        #2234 ndvidul

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          Posted 30 October 2011 - 07:23 AM


          These look fabulous, Coco!!!!!  Check, check, check!  What did you use the MS ballpoint-tip glue pin for?  Never seen one of these... perhaps it's something I need to add to my tool collection!  :)

           

          And thanks for the reminder to get my car inspected for winter, LOL! 
           

          Originally Posted by coconoir1908 

          Hola Ladies,

           

          Well up at 6am out the house by 6:30a to get my car inspected, brakes & oil (winter prep)... I was able to work on our wedding ceremony script & vows. So with two hours to wait, I was able to get a lot done.  So after running around and back in the house by 11:30a I decided to take advantage of the rain/snow & friends (not many like to bundle up etc...) We are shoe queens so the rain or snow don't mix well with our collection (I digress).  Anyway, I finished all 55 Guest DND signs (minus 5...those that have extra large holes)   Tools:  Fiskars Circle Cutter, Memories scissors (part of my kit), tweezers, bling & Martha Stewart's ballpoint-tip glue pin.

           

          Finished Guest DND signs.jpgFinished Guest DND signs 1.jpg



           



          #2235 ndvidul

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            Posted 30 October 2011 - 07:29 AM

            So, I'm feeling a bit frustrated since I've had multiple trials to make my own bridal bouquet, and I'm still having some challenges.  I'm going for a round bouquet with these flowers and colors, but it ends up being SOO small!!  I want the size to be about 3 times as big. 

             

            I'm using wooden stakes and using floral tape to tape on the blooms at the top, so the problem arises with the stakes not being flexible.  Going to head to Michael's (they know me by my first name now, hahaha) to see about getting some small styrofoam to put at the top to space out the flowers to make the round shape bigger. 

             

            The good news is that I LOVE the colors, and that it's turning out exactly how I want there.  AND the smaller shape here is going to work well for the bridesmaids bouquets I'll make (which will just be the white and green flowers).  I'm going to put some pearls and swav. crystals inside some of the blooms and do a ribbon wrap at the bottom. 

             

            Wish me luck!!  Hope I can solve this today ---- been wanting to check this off my list for ages!!!

             

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            #2236 ndvidul

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              Posted 30 October 2011 - 07:30 AM

              Oh, does anyone know if Hobby Lobby lists their wedding deals on their weekly ad on their website?  When I look on there, I feel like I don't see them, and I'm not sure whether it's just that they're not having a deal or whether they never list the Wedding section being on sale....

               

              Need to know so I can start making my bachelorette gift bags!!!!  Anyone else doing bachelorette gifts? 



              #2237 lyates

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                Posted 30 October 2011 - 07:35 AM

                Hey Ladies!!!

                 

                First off, CONGRATS on all of your engagements!!!! So exciting

                I stumbled across this website kinda by accident but so happy I did.  You all seem so much more organized than I am.... I think I may need to step it up a bit. I have bought my dress and sent out my invites and everyone has booked.  I keep trying to contact the WC in Miami but I get very vague responses....is anyone else getting that? 

                I too am interested in the different locations at the hotel. I have 34 people coming and want to do the private reception. I was going to do it outside but nervous about bugs at night.  I am so loving the DIY's Im seeing on here! VERY impressive!!! 

                Does anyone know if the hotel supplies decor for the reception or just for the ceremony?

                 



                #2238 anudrm

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                  Posted 30 October 2011 - 08:04 AM

                  I also wanted a huge bouquet, I used eastern lilies, roses, hydranges, and daisies.  What I did was make smaller bunches, tape those and then tape them all together.  Once the smaller bunches are taped then the shape is formed, so putting them all together as one becomes a little easier.  Now keep in mine, your flowers will bunch and squish together, just had more flowers.  I didn't count yet I know my bouquet has between 20 and 30 stems in it.
                   

                  Originally Posted by ndvidul 

                  So, I'm feeling a bit frustrated since I've had multiple trials to make my own bridal bouquet, and I'm still having some challenges.  I'm going for a round bouquet with these flowers and colors, but it ends up being SOO small!!  I want the size to be about 3 times as big. 

                   

                  I'm using wooden stakes and using floral tape to tape on the blooms at the top, so the problem arises with the stakes not being flexible.  Going to head to Michael's (they know me by my first name now, hahaha) to see about getting some small styrofoam to put at the top to space out the flowers to make the round shape bigger. 

                   

                  The good news is that I LOVE the colors, and that it's turning out exactly how I want there.  AND the smaller shape here is going to work well for the bridesmaids bouquets I'll make (which will just be the white and green flowers).  I'm going to put some pearls and swav. crystals inside some of the blooms and do a ribbon wrap at the bottom. 

                   

                  Wish me luck!!  Hope I can solve this today ---- been wanting to check this off my list for ages!!!

                   

                  Pic for Michaels Florist.jpg

                   

                  Pic for Michaels Florist 1.jpg



                   



                  #2239 lyates

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                    Posted 30 October 2011 - 08:07 AM

                    Ndvidul,  Your bouquet is GORGEOUS!!! Love the colours!!! I wish I was little more crafty. GOOD JOB!!!  What colour are your bridesmaid dresses?



                    #2240 Pierre Violle

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                      Posted 30 October 2011 - 11:42 AM

                      Hi There,

                       

                      I cover Lorena and Victor  wedding at the Moon Palace. The bride chose the pool area for the reception for about 150 guests. As photographer, I have appreciate the reception very well illuminated This slideshow can give an idea their wedding:Lorena&Victor-018-Moon Palace wedding

                       

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