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Originally Posted by Shara1984 View Post

 

I need to search for a template for my lanyards as well

are you looking for the one that says... to have and to hold (yadda yadda) until I depart?

 

I dont have the template but I have seen it on BDW somewhere. . .

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Originally Posted by Shara1984 View Post

 

Sorry I'm on my phone in the bed lol. I like the plain letter tote on the knot but I'm not paying those prices. I'm going to sit and watch them. Lol sticking with purple, green and blue which are the wedding colors. I was going to do the tote in black and the cost metric bags in those colors.

 

 

My bouquet is ostrich feathers based with a few peacock feathers in it with the brooches. Only flowers for my decor and not my bouquet

Cute!  You MUST post pics when you are done... and then you need to send it to me so I can have it for my AHR which is peacock colored cheesy.gif hehe

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Originally Posted by Shara1984 View Post

 

Yes I think that's the saying. I'll get to it on Thursday because I want the vista print free shipping lol

If I run across it I will post it for you.....  

 

I have waterproof pouches for key card holders but I don't know if I am going to put the saying on them.. although I think it is really cute!! hmmmmmmmmm

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Originally Posted by Shara1984 View Post

 

Lol I will def take pictures of everything. Oh and I got the feathers from moon feathers I believe

Oh good to know!

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I am all caught up, so much happens when I sleep and work! After all my wedding drama last week I spent the weekend doing (AKA ordering) little things to perk me up about it.  I ordered the flower for my hair, a 'Mr & Mrs Sign' for our sweetheart table and earrings for my BM as well as swatch samples for the clutches I'm going to have made for them. I spoke with my sister and sorted things out, only she will be coming, no kids and no BIL. To further rub salt in my wounds after she knew I paid for her and her family and then she decided not to bring her family, she then tells me she's so happy because she has enough frequent flier miles that her plane ticket will be free.  What drives me nuts the most is her and my brother in law have money, he's the Chief of Engineering for a city and she's a manager at a hospital. Honestly I should have never offered to pay for her and her family, lesson learned doh.gif The resort is reimbursing me some money, since it's now one adult in her room and not 4 people...I think I lost about $75 in their penalty fee. I'm sure I could've fought harder but I just didn't have the energy. I just want to let it go and move on.
Sister dear should have to pay the penalty fee..she is financially able and also being inconsiderate. To have uou payy and then not bring her family

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LL One more thing done!! My FI is the best. I shared with him a list of things I would like to create for the wedding. He notice me struggling between ideas and time to get it done. So today during lunch he emails me with the subject “DO YOU LIKE? He just always know  how to take a load off my shoulders.  
That was so thoughtful Go FI! !

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