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Hello, I am a bride of 2016, any one else?and I'm new here.  After reading so many threads, I was a little bit worried about my wedding, I want it to be a perfect one too much, so pls sb help tell me do I need to prepare now, and what do I need to prepare? Thanks so much. ~~~ :)

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Welcome to the forum, 27dress, and Congrats on your 2016 Wedding!!! you may already have an idea of how much great info you'll find in these threads to help you with your planning decisions - so you're already off to a great start :)

 

All the best with your plans, and hoping your Wedding Celebration is everything you dream it will be.......Enjoy your journey :)

 

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You're in Great company here, Melissa! wishing you all the best with your wedding planning for your Special Day in 2016!!! you have lots of time to research and choose the best plans to fit your dreams.......Enjoy your journey!

 

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Hi everyone :) I'm also a bride of 2016. August 2016 we think :) I'm thinking we will get married at the Moon Palace. I've never been there but my fiancee has and LOVED it. I don't really know where to start... Does anyone know how soon should I reserve my date? Has anyone been there recently?

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@@27dress Congratulations! I am not getting married 2016 but rather 2015. We started to rough plan in July 2013 and we just set out our budget and started ordering this. We decided that if we bought things early enough then we wouldn't be over whelmed with large bills near the end. I find it helps a lot! We officially picked out colors out at the start of January after a few months playing around and looking around. We just ordered our chair sashes and table rubbers. 

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Starting early has pros and cons. For me it gave me more opportunities to change my mind...

 

However it does give u a lot of time to space out ur costs. Things like bridal party gifts can add up. I knew I wanted to do the personalized hangers n robes for the girls. All things that could b ordered early and set aside for later.

 

Book as soon as u are sure where u wanna be. If budget allows do site visits!

 

Good luck n congrats!

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2016 bride here ~ well renewal of vows 10yrs anniversary!! When my husband and I got married we had a civil ceremony and nothing else. In 2016 we will be 10yrs of marriage and I'm finally planning now to have something special for us and the family!! So no your not alone.. Have you picked your place.. I'm undecided with punta cana or another country!! Still searching

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Congrats!!!

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