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  • sarahuflsarahufl New York member
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    sarahufl said:
    snikives said:

    Hunger game themed wedding

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    Cause dystopian futures are SOOOO ROMANTIC AMIRIGHT?!?!?!?!

     

    The ceremony will begin at 3:00PM and will end with a three fingered salute from the audience.

     

    A very light dinner will follow, during which one tribute will be randomly selected from each table to do battle in the dinner hall for the amusement of the bridal party. The winner will be given an extra piece of cake.

    Children are welcome.

    The dress code is casual. Coal stains optional.

     

    Anyone who wants a Hunger Games wedding has not, in fact, EVER read The Hunger Games.
    THIS. See also: The Great Gatsby.
    Oh, don't get me started. I get liking golds and sparkles, 20s style clothes, and pretty things. But to model your wedding off The Great Gatsby? Not enough nope.
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  • GOOD NEWS!! Now we can all totally have long gaps after the ceremony!!!!!!!!1111 (*sarcasm*)


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  • doeydodoeydo Southwestern Ontario member
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    Matching bachelorette party shirts
    Bachelorette party tees!

    "Bachelorette party tees!"


    Attempting to rhyme and make poems out of everything
    great way to nicely tell your guests you already have an official photographer <img class=" />
    "great way to nicely tell your guests you already have an official photographer :)"

    These STD's...
    save the date ideas : this one is fun and down to earth!
    "save the date ideas : this one is fun and down to earth!"

    ahahaha funny groomsmen pics (leafblower)

    ahahaha funny groomsmen pics (leafblower)

    Glitter is impossible to get off...
    Throwing glitter at the wedding instead of rice or flowers. It will make pictures sparkle!
    "Throwing glitter at the wedding instead of rice or flowers. It will make pictures sparkle!"

    Funny Bridesmaid Gift!
    "Funny Bridesmaid Gift!``

    photo of the bride dragging her groom into the church hahaha
    ``photo of the bride dragging her groom into the church hahaha``

    Is it just me, of does this picture imply that the bride is fat/has gained weight and therefore the dress is really hard to do up?
    The Most Emotional "Getting Ready" Moments | Wedding Planning, Ideas & Etiquette | Bridal Guide Magazine
    `The Most Emotional "Getting Ready" Moments | Wedding Planning, Ideas & Etiquette | Bridal Guide Magazine``

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  • thisismynickname2thisismynickname2 City By The Lake member
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    Inkdancer said:


    I also think that Save the Dates can get really out of hand. Of course you should let your out of town guests know about the wedding in plenty of time for them to make travel arrangements. But sending magnets plastered with your face to everyone you know is completely unnecessary. It would frankly be easier and cheaper to call, email, or write a note to those who need the time to plan. My family friend who's getting married in my city really didn't need to send me a 4x6 picture of her face with the ring displayed prominently.
    This makes me laugh. Was it just HER face and the ring? No FI??  I think STD's are necessary. I had local friends ask me 2 or 3 times, "Wait, what was the date again?" Now they have the postcard.  We used a formal engagement picture for ours, but definitely not one that prominently shows my ring!  The funny things was that FMIL wanted to send the picture of my ring out as an engagement announcement! Luckily FI talked sense into her. 

    I'm sorry you received a tacky STD... I'm still cracking up. 
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  • AuroraRose41AuroraRose41 New York member
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    @doeydo, those are all pretty awful. However, being a San Diegan myself, we do like our beer, and the area is very well known for its breweries. There is a brewery right in the middle of my company's campus, and it even has it's own code letter (all of our buildings are designated by a letter, and it just so happens that they skipped over the letter that the brewery begins with, so now we refer to the brewery the same way that we refer to the other buildings!). So if someone is having a very laid back wedding featuring local beers in a very well known area for it, then I can understand having a STD like that.

     

    Edit: IMO I do not think they are appropriate for a wedding, but I wouldn't consider it tacky knowing that beer is a statement of pride in this area.


  • Oh holy hell, people are having Hunger Games inspired weddings?!?!?!?!  Did you read the book?  I will never get the push to have a wedding theme.   I went to a wedding last fall where literally everything was taken off of Pintrest(including FGs wearing eyelet skirts, sweaters and cowboy boots when these girls had never touched a horse) and it just seemed so forced.   That same bride basically freaked out when I said I didn't have a theme.   Finally I said, my theme is wedding.  
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  • ...I can't even find succinct words for this.  Why would you do this to yourself, to your guests?!   I can't even believe this is being "advertised" as a "good idea".  
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  • I have to say the "no ugly crying" hankie cracks me up.
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  • doeydo said:


    Attempting to rhyme and make poems out of everything
    great way to nicely tell your guests you already have an official photographer <img class=" />
    "great way to nicely tell your guests you already have an official photographer :)"



    I like this picture better than the bullshit "we want you to be present" line. At least you're being upfront and honest about it. I don't need you to tell me how "present" I should be during your ceremony, thanks. I'm an adult, I'm capable of behaving myself.
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  • ...I can't even find succinct words for this.  Why would you do this to yourself, to your guests?!   I can't even believe this is being "advertised" as a "good idea".  
    And it also looks like they're splitting up couples to different tables, too...oy!
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  • InkdancerInkdancer The Shire member
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    casey8784 said:
    ...I can't even find succinct words for this.  Why would you do this to yourself, to your guests?!   I can't even believe this is being "advertised" as a "good idea".  
    And it also looks like they're splitting up couples to different tables, too...oy!
    I was really hoping those people were siblings, not couples.
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  • wajohnson09wajohnson09 member
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    edited March 2014
    Inkdancer said:


    casey8784 said:



    ...I can't even find succinct words for this.  Why would you do this to yourself, to your guests?!   I can't even believe this is being "advertised" as a "good idea".  

    And it also looks like they're splitting up couples to different tables, too...oy!

    I was really hoping those people were siblings, not couples.

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    Maybe it's supposed to keep guests busy during the 5 hour gap between ceremony and reception?

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  • GOOD NEWS!! Now we can all totally have long gaps after the ceremony!!!!!!!!1111 (*sarcasm*)
     "Another alternative to traditional passed appetizers? Interactive foods–like s’mores–that will get guests involved and help them forget they’re waiting on you. "

    I can't help but lol
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    Grandmas as flower girls?

    If she were still alive my grandmother would laugh in my face.
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    Grandmas as flower girls?

    If she were still alive my grandmother would laugh in my face.

    Part of me loves this and part of rolls my eyes whenever I see it.   I think it depends on the grandmother if it were to work.   I know my grandmother would have just ignored me if I asked her to do that.   Followed immediately by my aunt and father telling me I was an asshole.  

     

    BTW, I recognize that venue and it is absolutely beautiful.

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    Grandmas as flower girls?

    If she were still alive my grandmother would laugh in my face.
    Mine too, even though I think it's a cute idea. I would not call them flower girls, I would just ask them to throw flowers when they walk. 
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  • Inkdancer said:
    casey8784 said:
    ...I can't even find succinct words for this.  Why would you do this to yourself, to your guests?!   I can't even believe this is being "advertised" as a "good idea".  
    And it also looks like they're splitting up couples to different tables, too...oy!
    I was really hoping those people were siblings, not couples.
    haha I was too!
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  • That bachelorette party shirt is horrible and disgusting. Why oh why do things like that start circulating and gain popularity???
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  • Lonelilly said:
    Ostentatious "wedding themed" apparel. 




    I will readily admit that I own one teal blue tank top with "bride" on the front in rhinestones, but I'm only wearing it the day of while getting my hair did.
    My colors are "blood of my enemies" and "rage".

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  • rajahmdrajahmd Galifrey member
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    Lonelilly said:

    Ostentatious "wedding themed" apparel. 





    That bachelorette shirt is offensive as fuck. Not to mention grammatically incorrect at times.
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  • Definitely this. 

    I was thinking more about the sparkly brides donning their special gear for not only every single vendor appointment but general day to day activities (grocery shopping, gym sessions, going out with friends, dates). 

    A certain individual came to mind, actually... She wore her newly acquired wedding themed apparel regardless of occasion and had the audacity to complain over and over why she was just OH SO overwhelmed with "everyone" pestering her about her wedding. 
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  • Lonelilly said:
    Ostentatious "wedding themed" apparel. 




    I will readily admit that I own one teal blue tank top with "bride" on the front in rhinestones, but I'm only wearing it the day of while getting my hair did.
    I got a pair of tacky yoga pants that say WIFEY in rhinestones. It's hideous and tacky but I love it and only wear it in the privacy of my own home.


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