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April 2011 Weddings

Something to break up the day

So while we're slowly inching toward the one year mark(yay! Almost March now!)
Just a little conversational piece for the April 2011 brides:

What are you looking forward to most at the wedding, outside of ya know getting married?

This is really hard for me... but it's actually how I decided what to put my most effort into in order they will happen:

Saying my vows
FI saying vows to my daughter(aww)
Dancing with FI for our first dance
Dancing with my daddy.

And last all the little surprises I added in for FI through the course of the planning. Like the grooms cake he doesn't know about. The photo album I'm putting together, the slide show to that will be displayed with music prior to the wedding(Our church has duel projectors connected to a computer so PowerPoint photoslide and romantic music in the background)

What about you? Anything you're really looking forward to or any surprises?

Vacation

Re: Something to break up the day

  • I am looking forward to just spending this time with family and friends..

    Glad our two daughters will be apart of this moment.

    Fl told me last night i need to teach him to dance if i wanna have a first dance and all! LOL! So that should fun and exciting
    <a href="http://www.mywedding.com/rubenallison" target="_blank"> Our Planning Bio (updated on 1/19/11) </a >



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  • I'm really excited about having so many friends and family in the same place at once.  They're spread out all over the states and other countries so it will really be something to have them all together celebrating with us.

    One of the things I am most looking forward to is actually surprising my dad (and our guests) with a steal pan duo for the ceremony music.  My dad is from Trinidad and Tobago where the steal pans originated and I thought it would be so sweet to surprise him with a little bit of his home (since the majority of his friends and family won't be able to travel to the US).
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