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What an ahhhh...mazing wedding!!  I LOVE your color palette.  I've never been a huge fan of purple but you just made me one.  Everything looked stunning, modern and classy. Congrats!

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Thanks for the info!

Originally Posted by missmely View Post

No, it is not a fair price. You can get the same size piñata elsewhere for $50. I almost did this but you risk delivery, timelines, quality etc. It wasn't worth it for me.

 

It was filled with all sorts of delicious Mexican candy. I ordered it through my TA Elizabeth Riff. It was a huge hit, people loved it!
 



 



 

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You had a gorgeous wedding! You guys are talented designers, I super love all of your paper products! That font with your names is awesome, did you create that yourself? I love the shades of purple and that your easy crazy like me. I think i'm stealing major inspiration from your pre travel design! Your photographer was great, she really captured your details very well. I'm in love with your wedding, I can't wait to see you do a baby shower or an anniversary party.

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Yes, we did create that. We sat down one afternoon and started dooling! It came out well :)

 

she did! she was more than awesome. haha, thanks for the compliment! something tells me I might over the top with a baby shower or kid's party ;)

 

 

Originally Posted by dominiqueamber View Post

You had a gorgeous wedding! You guys are talented designers, I super love all of your paper products! That font with your names is awesome, did you create that yourself? I love the shades of purple and that your easy crazy like me. I think i'm stealing major inspiration from your pre travel design! Your photographer was great, she really captured your details very well. I'm in love with your wedding, I can't wait to see you do a baby shower or an anniversary party.

 

 

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Melissa, can I ask what your timeline for the reception was?  I am planning on having a piñata as well, and am wondering where to fit that in.  Did you do it at the end of the night, right after dinner, or somewhere in between?

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I love your seating chart idea, I was trying to think of an easy way to do it without doing "escort cards" and having to bring items down to Jamaica with me and that's perfect! So awesome.

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