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  • Re: Good website to make maps

    I used weddingmapper.com to make the maps, and printed them on my home printer.  I knew I needed to include maps with the invitations because my friend got lost trying to meet me at the venue (months before our wedding).
    mrsb53
  • Re: Finally going to AW our wedding pictures

    Gorgeous pictures, thanks for sharing!
    TKzilla
  • Re: Disney Honeymoon - What to book in advance?

    The only restaurant we made reservations for in advance was the Crystal Palace in Magic Kingdom, and I definitely recommend it!  The buffet dinner was really good, and Pooh and his friends walk around the tables for visits.  Nice atmosphere within the restaurant too.  We had the quick service dining plan, so that's why this was the only sit down restaurant we attended.  Sorry I'm not more helpful!
    MuppetOverlord
  • Re: "Can I bring a date?"

    sjw6789 said:
    Allright. So everyone has started asking me this question. For the most part, I don't feel bad saying no. We have limited space (max 175 people) and I have no problem telling people that if they want to bring some random date. Our rule is no dates unless you're married, and we thought that was fair. The tough part is the people we know who have been dating for 3 or more years. Prime example; my fiance's cousin has been dating the same guy for about 7 or 8 years, and apparently they never want to get married, which kind of defies our rule. What do we say?
    You can tell your guests your "rule", and then they'll decline and talk about you behind your back.  I really hate the "no date unless you're married" rule.  It's not up to you to judge how serious someone is, and you have a prime example as to why that rule doesn't work.
    mlg78PrettyGirlLost
  • Re: New Mrs! (PIP aw!!)

    Gorgeous!  I love how your friend sent the teaser picture to your H, very cute.
    erinlin25