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Hi ladies,

 

Im getting maried November 8, 2013 at Azul Sensatori.  Im so glad I found this forum.  I had seen one for May 2013 but never thought to search for a November 2013... I am sooo excited but still have much planning to do.  I have already booked the resort and the honeymoon and our flights.  Working on the reception venue at this point. Have got the save the dates out and the invites should go out this weekend.  So fa have about 24 guests coming.  I think for the most part most of the people that are coming are booked. 

 

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Hi hezmshaw, When is your wedding? Where are you having your reception. I had my heart set on plaza zavas but wasn't sure about a private event when I first booked. By the time I decided on the private event that location was taken. Have it set for poolside but I'm still thinking that over.

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Originally Posted by hezmshaw View Post

 

I'm getting married at Dreams Tulum, I decided to keep the reception at the hotel, I'm so excited! November seems so far away.

I know thats what I keep saying November is still 7 months away but I have now been engaged for over a year and that went really quickly so I am sure it will be here before we know it!

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I'm kind of afraid of that... November will come and I'll say "oh crap! I have nothing done!"

 

Good groupon today for vistaprint in case anyone has some printing to do!

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Hi November Ladies!!!

 

There hasn't been much action on this forum in a few weeks.  I was wondering where everyone is at with their planning so far.

Last weekend I found my wedding jewelry, which was very exciting!  I also purchased a few things at Hobby Lobby: invitations, a cake topper, and garter (50% off!).  I was in Sam's Club and found these awesome huge travel tumbler mugs... 6 for $20.  Couldn't turn down that price for favors for our guests!!!

 

Two of my sisters have booked their trips, as have my parents.  I am so excited!

 

I have various things that I have left to do:

-Find FI suit (any suggestions?  We are finding this hard in our price range)

-Send out Invitations

-Write our ceremony

-Finish playlist for dinner and dance

-DIY foot jewelry for bridesmaids

-Find wedding shoes

 

I am sure I am forgetting tons of stuff that needs to be done.  Where is everyone else at?

 

 

Just over 6 months until we leave!!

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I actually went dress shopping this weekend. I kept trying different dresses on and I felt like I was liking the next better than the last. I have appts set up for the next few Saturdays with the last one one 6/15. Hopefully I find something by then. I've lost some weight but still plan to lose another 20. I'm afraid I'm going to order my dress too big and need crazy alterations but I don't want to have any issues with the dress not being done on time... I was just working on my oot bag Chapstick labels. Just did the template now just have to print. Is everyone packing each bag then packing it in luggage? Wasn't sure if I shud make the survival kits and all but then that still leave alot to do when u get there... What is everyone else doing? I am trying to get the menu down along with the cake ordered by the end if this weekend. I feel like I'm all over the place with this stuff.

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Originally Posted by Jess878 View Post

 

I actually went dress shopping this weekend. I kept trying different dresses on and I felt like I was liking the next better than the last. I have appts set up for the next few Saturdays with the last one one 6/15. Hopefully I find something by then. I've lost some weight but still plan to lose another 20. I'm afraid I'm going to order my dress too big and need crazy alterations but I don't want to have any issues with the dress not being done on time...

I was just working on my oot bag Chapstick labels. Just did the template now just have to print. Is everyone packing each bag then packing it in luggage? Wasn't sure if I shud make the survival kits and all but then that still leave alot to do when u get there... What is everyone else doing?

I am trying to get the menu down along with the cake ordered by the end if this weekend. I feel like I'm all over the place with this stuff.

I feel like I'm all over the place too!

 

I have my dress, photographer booked, invites are out, started the work my DIY place cards and banner.....and that's about it....just surfing the net now for ideas. I am trying to hold off on any more purchases until I can get to the States in July with my Mom. OOT bag fillers, shoes and decorations are so much cheaper down there.

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