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Hello All!  I am new to the site...sort of.  I actually was on here a few years ago and right before our wedding, everything fell apart. dizzy.gif  It was not a great experience, especially since we had our destination wedding booked at Secrets Maroma, wedding dress made, etc.  But we live, learn, and sometimes realize everything is for the best.  So I am back, a better me, a better man, and looking forward to the future.  Nothing is set yet but he keeps hinting at the engagement and wanting to go to Jamaica, so I'm back just looking around at this point.  I don't want to be stressed later!! cheesy.gif I'm sure we'll be planning for 2014.

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Welcome back JovienCO ! congrats on reaching that invaluable perspective where you're anticipating a brilliant future!

 

Wishing you all the best with your research and finding everything you need here - to make the most amazing wedding celebration Ever in Jamaica........Cheers :)

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Thank you so much!  Sometimes it takes some tough situations to make us realize what we need and what's best for us.  But I have to say, the pictures you posted are gorgeous!!  wow.gif

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you're very welcome! and Thx for the accolades on the photos......yes, Linc does amazing work, capturing the "Gold" in every wedding story......making our wedding couples very happy to have chosen him!

 

Kudos on mastering your life lessons, and Best of luck with your happy journey ahead! Enjoy :)

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team MTM asst, Lynda :)

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Hi Jovien, and welcome back!! Will cross fingers that he antes up, and you can start planning your big celebration. welcome.gif

Originally Posted by JovienCO View Post

Thank you so much!  Sometimes it takes some tough situations to make us realize what we need and what's best for us.  But I have to say, the pictures you posted are gorgeous!!  wow.gif

 

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Originally Posted by AllieH View Post

 

Hi Jovien, and welcome back!! Will cross fingers that he antes up, and you can start planning your big celebration. welcome.gif

 

 

Thank you!! 

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Welcome!! If you're looking at 2014 you have some time to make decisions and research. use the boards to let other ppl's decisions guide you in vendors they liked etc. Do you know if you are doing a hotel, villa or offsite wedding yet? Or any thoughts on what you'd prefer? Lots of decisions! All the best with planning :-)

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Well, I think we will probably lean more towards a hotel.  I'm liking Secrets Wild Orchid or Iberostar Grand....but I have time to look at each and every hotel in Jamaica to overwhelm myself with options! lol  Just kidding...but like you said, a lot of decisions. Thank you!

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Originally Posted by JovienCO View Post

 

Well, I think we will probably lean more towards a hotel.  I'm liking Secrets Wild Orchid or Iberostar Grand....but I have time to look at each and every hotel in Jamaica to overwhelm myself with options! lol  Just kidding...but like you said, a lot of decisions. Thank you!

Hi JovienCo!!! Congrats, Im getting married in 2014 now too in Montego Bay Jamaica. A villa reception but a hotel ceremony. Isnt it exciting!! Wishing you and your partner all the best....ROLL ON 2014!!!!

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