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Help!!!!My fiance and I are looking at this beautiful restaurant to have our wedding reception, the only problem!!!... Where we would have dinner and where the dancing and the bar is are in two separate rooms. They are divided by a hallway about a metre wide with walls on both sides. My parents feel it is a plus, that those who don't want to be part of the loud music and dancing can sit down or people can have a time out. I'm worried it means people won't participate. I can see the positives to both... This place is really beautiful and it's about the only restaurant style venue we can afford (I really do not want it in a banquet hall).Thoughts? Has anyone been to a wedding like this? Advice??Thanks in advance!
That's very sad. You could both just like your candles from separate candles and then light your one unity candle together.
Amazing!!! Way to go!!!
Hang in there, ladies! We can do this.My heart goes out to both of you.Honestly, we have only been doing the long distance thing since September because I met him at his farewell party. Thankfully, we will only have to live apart for two months after we are married.I find some days are no problem and other days are like hell.We Skype a lot, and got this great app called "Couple" (it's free) and you can thumb kiss and draw together, or draw pics to send to the person and such. And we sent each other a Valentines Gift. And we message a lot on WhatsApp.How about you? What do you do to make things easier?
Also, thank you LondonLisa! Those are great examples. I think you are right. I panicked a bit (unnecessarily)!!! Haha! They look gorgeous indeed. I am definitely feeling better.Thanks again ladies.