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Thread: Daughters Wedding
05-29-2007, 10:41 AM #1Amanda GrahamGuest
The only thing you can do is be there for her. My
first fiancee caused our wedding to be called off just
3 days before it was scheduled (long story short, I
caught him "in the act" of cheating, he couldn't
understand why I didn't want him to have a wife and
grilfriend). Everyone tried to help me, but nothing
worked, and I mostly just wanted to be alone. When I
was ready, I talked to people about it then.
Currently, I am planning my wedding to a wonderful
man. If I had not had that earlier experience, I
probably would not realize what a great man I have
now. Your daughter will eventually find someone too.
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02-08-2008, 09:09 AM #2rebecca beanGuest
Hi I am not surprised you were able to save so much on your daughters wedding I
was surprised you did so in such little time.
I find I can always save a bundle if I have enough time to plan.I think its
important to prioritize.Make a list about whats most important,
The dress? the cake? flowers? Are being able to invite more people? Peggys
daughters wedding sounded gorgeous.It was the same colors I had at my wedding.I
had a candle light wedding. I thought the candle light would give the elegance I
was looking for & candles are cheap.We bought candle
holders at the dollar tree.Bought tall taper candles & tied ribbons with pink &
lavendar ribbon draping the ribbon from one window to the next,
each window had a one lit candle.We went to the cheapest florist in town & rent
a couple of candlelabbras for the front. we had to pick them up,
and a relative volunteered to return them.We had a young girl sing ( abeautiful
voice) for 50.00.I know girls now who would do that if someone approached
them. Call local voice teachers are performing studios . We used the churches
piano player . Any way goodluck , you can do this inexpensively & still make it
a dream wedding.--rebecca
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02-08-2008, 01:09 PM #3HerleanGuest
When we got married, everything I heard was "it takes a year to plan". So, we
chose our wedding date a year away and went to book the church.
We had everything planned within 6 weeks. Including booking the church,
reception hall and photographer and d.j.
rebecca bean <email@example.com> wrote:
Hi I am not surprised you were able to save so much on your daughters wedding
I was surprised you did so in such little time.
02-09-2008, 10:55 AM #4Kari CarlisleGuest
It's not that a wedding takes a year to plan, you have to book everything that far in advance. We set our date 6 months out, and it was unbelievably frustrating to find anyone available. We ended up having our reception about 50 miles from the church. I shed a lot of tears getting turned down by literally dozens of venues, photographers, DJ's and caterers. That's why you need to start a year in advance. Kari
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