Angela's (cheese_diva) planning w/ pics
Posted 15 October 2007 - 12:58 PM
| Originally Posted by starfish kate |
Angela- has anyone ever told you that you look JUST LIKE LeeAnn Rimes??
Oh and I will be stealing some of your ideas- great job!!
Angela, you rock girlfriend! I can't believe all the awesome projects you have done. You seriously have thought of everything. I swear, every time one of you girls posts your planning pics I want to go back and get married again so I can copy all your great ideas Your guests will be in awe.
Posted 15 October 2007 - 03:05 PM
Planning Pics! PV and Wedding ReviewPro Pics (1); Pro Pics (2) By Nataly Lemus Photography and Rodolfo Arpia Photography Teaser Pro Pics from Nataly Lemus PhotogaphyTeaser Pro Pics from Rodolfo Arpia Photography
Posted 15 October 2007 - 03:35 PM
| Originally Posted by cheese_diva |
Pashminas- ordered with BDW group in aqua. These will be placed in a basket at the reception.
Printed two stickers and cut brown ribbon. Backed stickers up over ribbon and will roll and tie on pashminas when we get to mexico
Luminary bags- bought small white paper bags from ebay. Much smaller than I thought, but did test and the house did not start on fire. Bought cheap white voties from Linens â€“n- Things
Used decorative punch along top.
Flip Flops (dancing shoes)- Old Navy $2 each
Stickers printed and punched with circle punch. One foot shoes size, the other Dancing shoes.
Flip Flop Sign
These will go in a large basket at Reception. Just guessed on sizes. Flip Flops donâ€™t need to be exact.
Newsletter- guests loved this and thought the translations section was great!
Havenâ€™t printed this yet but bought beachy paper and will just roll.
Postcards â€“ print at VistaPrint.com
Photos from fellow BDW girls. Put two of each, 3 different designs into plastic bag for guests to have.
Koozies for OOT Bags- Not a DIY
Posted 15 October 2007 - 03:46 PM
Posted 15 October 2007 - 03:55 PM
Lots of girls used them (great vendor) just search Koozie or Coozie under Threads and they'll all come up. We got the hard ones, but the collapsable is probably more practical. We just brought them with us to Cabo in a large duffle during our site visit. I like the idea some girls had to get the bride/groom on in a different color foam. (no extra cost).
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