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Future Mother in Law will be getting a card from FI, a personalized lounge chair cover, a bikini bag, lotion and spray from bath and body works.  Iâ€m also considering the excursion and hair and makeup for FMIL as well.

And here is her thank you card from FI
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And here is the card that is going to my Dad, I still havent decided what Im going to get him yet, but more than likely an excursion or something

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Groomsman Gifts

Our only groomsman is also my brother, he will be getting a Personalized gym bag, a chipotle gift card (his fav place in the whole wide world LOL), and Iâ€m thinking about paying for an excursion for him as well. We also paid for his outfit for the wedding.

Here is the card I will be giving him….

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Bridesmaid Gifts  

Our only bridesmaid will be FI sister; she will be getting a personalized beach bag, lounge chair cover, bikini bag, and starfish necklace

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And here is the card that FI will be giving her

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The personalized gym bag, lounge chair covers, bikini bags and beach bag all came from http://www.exclusivelyweddings.com/

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BRANDY.... wow where do I start? You have done an absolutely AMAZING job with your wedding! Everything looks so great and well though through. Since I have been on this forum, I have noticed you little touches and it is just so great to see it all come together! Congrats girl... you are going to have a Fabulous wedding!! Enjoy your time in Turks and Caicos and of course your BIG day. Thanks for sharing everything!cheers.gif

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OMG Brandy, everything is so absolutely AMAZING!  hands down the #1 April bride!  So many gret ideas executed beautifully.  Your guests aren't going to know what hit them when they arrive down in the Turks with you guys!  I am positive no one will ever forget this special trip you've created for them.  I can't wait to hear how it all went when you get back ... and see pictures of course!

 

p.s. we'll definitely have to stay and touch when all of our weddings are done. I can't imagine NOT talking to you or any of the other April girls after all of these months of daily chatting. :)

 

You're going to make a gorgeous bride!!

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Ok, now onto the fun stuff!!! CLOTHES and SHOES!!!

 

Clothing for our trip, bathing suits, dresses etc….

 

Welcome Dinner outfit, purchased from ArdenB.

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Another dress purchased from ArdenB.

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I ordered 4 bikinis from Victoriaâ€s Secret, they have not come in yet, hereâ€s one that I ordered it has seahorses on the bottoms J           

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Accessories

Starfish Hair Clips from www.haircomesthebride.com

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And Iâ€ll finish it off with some shoes

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Advantage bridal

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Macyâ€s                    

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Well thatâ€s everything!!! I hope it wasnâ€t too long LOL!! Thank you so much again to everyone on this forum, thank you for the inspiration and ideas, you ladies have been the absolute best!!!!!!!!!!!

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Thank you soo soo much!!! It was def a lot of hard work!

 

Originally Posted by sunshine2413 View Post

BRANDY.... wow where do I start? You have done an absolutely AMAZING job with your wedding! Everything looks so great and well though through. Since I have been on this forum, I have noticed you little touches and it is just so great to see it all come together! Congrats girl... you are going to have a Fabulous wedding!! Enjoy your time in Turks and Caicos and of course your BIG day. Thanks for sharing everything!cheers.gif



 

Thank you Laura!!! Im going to miss you girls so much! I really do hope we all stay in touch, and I will def come back and post lots and lots of pictures!!!!

 

Originally Posted by Lua View Post

OMG Brandy, everything is so absolutely AMAZING!  hands down the #1 April bride!  So many gret ideas executed beautifully.  Your guests aren't going to know what hit them when they arrive down in the Turks with you guys!  I am positive no one will ever forget this special trip you've created for them.  I can't wait to hear how it all went when you get back ... and see pictures of course!

 

p.s. we'll definitely have to stay and touch when all of our weddings are done. I can't imagine NOT talking to you or any of the other April girls after all of these months of daily chatting. :)

 

You're going to make a gorgeous bride!!



 

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Wow Brandy - absolutely amazing!!!!  You put me to shame with all the personal touches and little details you've done LOL!!!

 

Seriously though - this is by far my favorite planning thread on the forum, and you're wedding is going to be amazing!!!

 

I leave the day after you - it's going to come fast...  I can't wait to see pics when you get back!

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blush2.gifAww thank you, I think you made me blush a little LOL!!  I know it is coming up so fast!!! I didnt realize you leave right after me!! Only 14 more days to go for you then!!!!

 

Originally Posted by lsmith211 View Post

Wow Brandy - absolutely amazing!!!!  You put me to shame with all the personal touches and little details you've done LOL!!!

 

Seriously though - this is by far my favorite planning thread on the forum, and you're wedding is going to be amazing!!!

 

I leave the day after you - it's going to come fast...  I can't wait to see pics when you get back!



 

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