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  • Re: Spinoff: wedding etiquette fails in movies/TV shows

    Friends again:

    Monica's wedding, Pheobe and Rachel arguing over who gets to be MoH.

    Why not both? Or neither?
    Knottie1452098987
  • Re: pranking my hubby with a fake ultrasound

    This is just...

    Wow.

    I have been blessed with two beautiful children, both happy surprises. I've never "tried" for kids, and it makes me so sad to see people go through such pain and desperation to have their own.

    OP, I know you're gone. I know you're probably not real, and most likely just trying to drum up hits for you're own deeply insensitive, cruel website.

    I'm ashamed both of you, and for you.
    MairePoppyPupatella
  • Re: problem solved! thank you everyone for their helpful advice

    I just wanted to say thank you for coming back and taking the info like you did.
    So often on here people come in with a question like yours, get the helpful responses you got, then throw a wobbly because they didn't get the answer they wanted, like "oh it's totally fine to say no kids on the invite".

    So, thank you for your maturity. Change your name to something recognisable and stick around, you'll get a lot of help from the ladies here.
    SP29
  • Re: Ceremony at one location, Reception at another location


    laceykeo said:

    Again please pay attention. I'm just starting all of this and have moved our date three times already. Sheesh sorry I even asked a question.
    I've been reading everyone's answer and trying to decide what to do and you all seem to think that we are all idiots and don't have any sort of clue.
    I came here asking a simple or at least what I thought was simple turned into this.
    Look I appreciate everyone trying to help out and appreciate the advice but I've gotten great feedback and will go from there.
    When I first came to TK, I was an idiot who didn't have a clue. That's WHY I came to TK.

    Maybe instead of getting all crabby at the people who are trying to help, read all the suggestions again, log off for the day and think about what was said, and come back with a "okay, I don't really know what I'm doing, help me please?" attitude.

    The ladies here are wise. They have planned/are planning beautiful, successful, keep-the-guests-happy-without-ditching-vision weddings.


    OP, and lurkers, this is REALLY good advice. I wish more brides would accept that unless this is their second marriage, they have no freaking clue what they are doing when it comes to planning a wedding. And that's perfectly okay! It's even expected to have no clue. 

    This is my second marriage I eloped my first time. I have read through everything and that's why I'm trying to figure out what's going to work and what's not going to work.
    Having an early ceremony and possible brunch reception sounds like something we might want to look into more.
    One of the problems I have on here is that you get great advice from some in here and then there are those that it feels like just want to artack everything and tell you that isn't right. I'm no miss manners or miss equititte by no means and have never claimed to be.
    I want to make our celebration simple romantic and for all of us to have a great time.
    Believe me when I need to be brought back to real life I come back in here and read what others have posted.
    We have a small budget and we are trying to figure out how all this works. We both realize it's not easy
    This is much better, but still...
    Having a great time means following etiquette.

    Think about any time you've been to any sort of function. Did you really care that the tables had three layers of cloth, the finest glassware, the walls were draped and had beautiful lighting, the person of honor had the finest dress?

    Or were you more interested in the food you were eating, and having a place to sit?

    Let these ladies help you. Tell them what you're looking for, and they'll help you find ways to incorporate it.
    CMGragain
  • Re: Ceremony at one location, Reception at another location

    Again please pay attention. I'm just starting all of this and have moved our date three times already. Sheesh sorry I even asked a question.
    I've been reading everyone's answer and trying to decide what to do and you all seem to think that we are all idiots and don't have any sort of clue.
    I came here asking a simple or at least what I thought was simple turned into this.
    Look I appreciate everyone trying to help out and appreciate the advice but I've gotten great feedback and will go from there.
    When I first came to TK, I was an idiot who didn't have a clue. That's WHY I came to TK.

    Maybe instead of getting all crabby at the people who are trying to help, read all the suggestions again, log off for the day and think about what was said, and come back with a "okay, I don't really know what I'm doing, help me please?" attitude.

    The ladies here are wise. They have planned/are planning beautiful, successful, keep-the-guests-happy-without-ditching-vision weddings.
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