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Hey ladies,  I wanted to show you all our invitations! They were mailed on Tuesday! WOOHOO! My sister purchased the template from: http://diy.weddingbee.com/topic/vanessas-diy-destination-wedding-passport-invites-038-rsvp-boarding-passes#axzz2e27jbsg2 Vanessa has 2 options, you can either purchase the template and modify it yourself (which is what we did and I believe it was only $15), or she can create it for you! Super simple, yet I will say, it does take a little bit of work - BUT TOTALLY WORTH IT! Here's a preview of what ours look like! We did the passport invite and boarding pass RSVP, we are having a day-of-the-dead rockabilly beach wedding, so it's super non-traditional!  LL LL She has the BEST instructions on how to do it yourself, which is awesome and super helpful...even when you've never worked with Illustrator (like me!).

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Hi ladies. Hope your all well. I've had my date through for my wedding next year 21 st October at 3pm I'm so excited. Is there anyone else getting married at the MP in October 2014. Xxx

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Hi everyone!

 

Just curious what everyone has been quoted for room rates? Or the per person rate? We are thinking of having our wedding here but are very concerned about the room/person charges, help!! Thanks!!!

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Hey everyone! I just need some feedback from brides out there! I was quoted $725 from JSAV for the "indoors wedding package" which includes a projector, screen, dj mixer, equipment etc. Is this considered a good deal? I am not renting the DJ as I am having a friend do that but I need the equipment. Please help! Or give any suggestions you may have. Thank you!

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Hey everyone! I just need some feedback from brides out there!

I was quoted $725 from JSAV for the "indoors wedding package" which includes a projector, screen, dj mixer, equipment etc. Is this considered a good deal? I am not renting the DJ as I am having a friend do that but I need the equipment.
Please help! Or give any suggestions you may have. Thank you!

 

Hello! Im not too sure if this is a good deal or not as we went with a DJ from PSAV and it was about $1000 total. I would look into prices from PSAV as they tend to be cheaper! My main contact for them was Miroslava Arriaga and her email is marriaga@psav.com .

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Thank you! I will look into them.

Hello! Im not too sure if this is a good deal or not as we went with a DJ from PSAV and it was about $1000 total. I would look into prices from PSAV as they tend to be cheaper! My main contact for them was Miroslava Arriaga and her email is marriaga@psav.com .

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Thank you! I will look into them :)

Hello! Im not too sure if this is a good deal or not as we went with a DJ from PSAV and it was about $1000 total. I would look into prices from PSAV as they tend to be cheaper! My main contact for them was Miroslava Arriaga and her email is marriaga@psav.com .

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Hey everyone! I just need some feedback from brides out there!

I was quoted $725 from JSAV for the "indoors wedding package" which includes a projector, screen, dj mixer, equipment etc. Is this considered a good deal? I am not renting the DJ as I am having a friend do that but I need the equipment.
Please help! Or give any suggestions you may have. Thank you!

 

I am doing the same, I was quoted i believe around $570. That was without a projector though. Which i do actually need . Seems about right. The DJ there was around $2000. 

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