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Hi, love!!! Glad you enjoyed the thread. This is a magnificent site chock full of resourceful brides who can help unlock your inner Martha. Take your time with DIYing and if all else fails, check out etsy flas there are some super talented vendors on there ready to make your big day a DIY dream minus the DIY work. Happy Planning!!! R~

This planning thread is amazing and inspiring.  I am nervous about DIY projects, but when I see everyone else's I get so excited!  You are talented!!

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Hi there!!! First let me say, you made me blush. I was super tickled to hear that you read the entire thread! It was so much fun documenting my planning efforts on BDW.com. I seriously doubt I would've had the guts to tackle so many projects if it hadn't been for this site. The fellow destination brides were so encouraging and I simply didn't want to let them down. Second, I trust your fiancé will buckle up and enjoy the planning ride. Treasure each moment because it goes by so fast. I'd love to rewind and do it ALL over again. Of course, my husband would probably lock me up if I even tried to do it ALL all over again but a girl can wish, right??? :D Happy planning and remain blessed!!! Until next time, take care! R~

First Note: You were a gorgeous bride!

 

Second Note: I am beyond amazed with how well you executed your vision for your wedding. I committed to reading all 60+ pages of this thread over the past week and Iâ€m in total awe of the care and consideration that you put into every detail. Thanks for sharing your knowledge and ideas.  Potentially to my Fiancéâ€s dismay, my DIY to do list has just grown.

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I love your planning thread!! I too am doing a purple wedding. I would love to see how everything came together on your wedding day cheesy.gif

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Thanks for the heads up about marcia! I'm so sorry you had to deal with that! BUT like so many others have said at least your pictures were beautiful enough to be used in the magazine! 

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Well it has taken me the better part of 2 1/2 hrs but i read every post.MrsTGun I have laughed and cried while reading this!!! I truly hope you have gone into the wedding planning business by now because you are truly a wonder!!!! Best Wishes for a blessed life...... Mary

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