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***UPDATE***

 

So I had forgotten to post a few things and wanted to give some more details.

 

Here's our ceremony script - I pulled a lot of ideas from everything I saw on here (thanks again ladies!)

 

 

 

Here are the important songs for ceremony and reception:

 

Processional - Over the Rainbow by Israel Zamakawiwole

Flower Girl / Ring Bearer - You're So Cool by Dan Head

Brideâ€s Processional - Canon in D by Jean-Francois Pillard

Recessional – Making my Dreams by Hall & Oates

Reception Entrance – Marry You by Bruno Mars

First Dance – My First My Last My Everything by Barry White

Father Daughter – Daughter by Loudon Wainwright

Mother Son – Have I Told You Lately by Rod Stewart

Cake Cutting - I Can't Help Myself by The Four Tops

 

Our guest book from Etsy seller LazyLightningArt  (cost $40 plus shipping).  This should come in by Monday - I can't wait to see it in person!  It'll have our names and wedding date instead of Guests and the flowers will be Ivory.

 

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And I ordered this pen that goes with it but from a different seller :-) $13 from braggingbags  

 

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We ordered Handkerchiefs for each parent from Etsy seller designsbyGloria - they turned out really pretty, but you can kind of tell they were machine stitched.  They were a great deal though (6 for $74 with shipping).  We're planning on giving them photo books after the wedding but wanted them to have something to open the night of the rehearsal.

 

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We got Ben's wedding band! It's titanium (he wanted something really light weight).  It's a hammered design and looks reallllly nice in person!  It was about $150 from a jewelry shop in Chicago, but it's from this company:  http://www.fablejewelry.com/

 

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And I finally started the programs - for some reason it was hard to take a picture w/o a glare.  I'll do a separate post on how to DIY these.

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And just for fun - a picture from my shower that was held in August and my Bach party that was a few weeks ago :-)  The white dress for the shower I got on sale at Macy's (it's BCBG).  They made me wear white to my Bach party (all the girls wore purple), I already had this white dress so I just wore that.

 

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Watching the video of Ben answering questions about us :-)

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Okay... I think that's it now LOL

Ceremony Script.doc

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