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You will.  I went back on archived planning journals & threads & commented on things I liked.  Found a lot of good ideas by accident. 
Change of subject, I know, but is anyone planning on using the wedding cord during their ceremony? I think it' s a really pretty way to incorporate a Mexican tradition into the wedding. Saw a picture of a cord made of flowers that another bride used in her wedding in Mexico and it was beautiful!

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Yes, is something that I would like to do, I am originally from the Dominican Republic and the wedding cord tradition come originally from Spain, we both (Mexico and DR) were colonized by Spain, so I think it would be a nice way to bring that part of me to the ceremony. I would probably use Swarosvki crystals though.

 

 

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Change of subject, I know, but is anyone planning on using the wedding cord during their ceremony? I think it' s a really pretty way to incorporate a Mexican tradition into the wedding. Saw a picture of a cord made of flowers that another bride used in her wedding in Mexico and it was beautiful!

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Yes, is something that I would like to do, I am originally from the Dominican Republic and the wedding cord tradition come originally from Spain, we both (Mexico and DR) were colonized by Spain, so I think it would be a nice way to bring that part of me to the ceremony. I would probably use Swarosvki crystals though.

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Yes, is something that I would like to do, I am originally from the Dominican Republic and the wedding cord tradition come originally from Spain, we both (Mexico and DR) were colonized by Spain, so I think it would be a nice way to bring that part of me to the ceremony. I would probably use Swarosvki crystals though.
. I think the crystals will be beautiful!! Since we are getting married in Mexico, I kinda wanted something added to the ceremony that would honor the culture of the country. I thought the wedding cord would be something special!

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. I think the crystals will be beautiful!! Since we are getting married in Mexico, I kinda wanted something added to the ceremony that would honor the culture of the country. I thought the wedding cord would be something special!
Oh cool! Thanks for introducing me to the wedding cord. :)

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Yes, about adding some Mexican culture to the wedding, for that I also might have a mariachi for the cocktail hour, not sure though, people seem to think is a waste of money but I think it would be fun! 

 

I have also considered a tequila donkey for the reception. 

 

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. I think the crystals will be beautiful!! Since we are getting married in Mexico, I kinda wanted something added to the ceremony that would honor the culture of the country. I thought the wedding cord would be something special!

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Yes, about adding some Mexican culture to the wedding, for that I also might have a mariachi for the cocktail hour, not sure though, people seem to think is a waste of money but I think it would be fun!  I have also considered a tequila donkey for the reception. 
What's a tequila donkey? It sounds fun already!

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Originally Posted by Icis View Post

 

 

Oh cool! Thanks for introducing me to the wedding cord. :)

The pictures that I saw were here: www.amorcitocorazonstudios.com   It was the rivitti-RIVITTI wedding.

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