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Lizz, who are you using for your floristhuh.gif Cherie, yes, can you send the bouquet arrangement to me. Thanks so muchsmile123.gif
Hello! I tried to download the file, but it's too big and won't change out of pdf. If you would like to send me or PM me your email, I will gladly send the file to you.
Cherie

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Hello!
I sent the attachment to you, but it was 5 MB...did you get it? If not, I'll try to break it down and send it!
Cherie

Hi Cherie! Thanks for sending. Yes, I've received it. They have alot to choose from.smile03.gif

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Ok, I got an email back from Nekeisha. It's not too clear, I'll let you guys interpret it:

This is my email to Chandlyn:

"Hello, I hope you are doing well. I am having the basic included menu for my reception dinner at the Plantation. Do the guests need to decide beforehand what entree they want, or do they do that at the time of the dinner? Will menus be on the table or should I print them out for my guests? Also, I noticed wine and beer are included. Does that mean the open bar I am paying for is just for mixed drinks and other cocktails?
Thank you for all of your help, Lizz"

And this is Nekeisha's reply:
"Hi Lizz
Menu will be on the table. For open bar this is a private bar which reserve ONLY for your wedding guest and it also include beer and other mixed liquior along with drink.
Regard, Nekeisha"
Lizz - this e-mail is too funny!! I have no idea what it means. Let me know if you e-mailed her back...

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Yes, I also would like to know because I was going to make custom menu's with our monogram. I am planning on email Chandlyn sometime early next week.
No word back yet, I'll keep you posted. Let me know if you hear from her before I do!

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