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« Reply #30 on: January 22, 2009 04:57:59 PM »

Hahha "be like a groom and show up" I love that. At some points, I have definitely been wishing we had the money to use a coordinator so she could do it all haha.
Hey our place has centerpieces too, but I still am doing a few things... our table numbers will most likely be little laminated pics of us with the table numbers below, stuck in a clear vase with water and rocks. Sounds kinda lame but it looks neat.
Hmm really, no matter what it is? I worked at a bookstore and would occasionally have ppl try to haggle with me about the price, and I hated it cuz only the owner was allowed to do that. I get so nervous just thinking about negotiating prices.
I've had 2 mini-panic attacks since yesterday (coincidently, the day I started seriously cracking down on my wedding projects was also yesterday) and it suuuccks.
I just realized how off topic we are... So...scrapbooks. And stuff. Smiley
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« Reply #31 on: January 23, 2009 02:22:18 PM »

Yeah.. trying not to panic... that will probably fall through once school starts again on Monday...  Undecided

So back on topic - the binder is still super helpful. Even more so now that I'll be turfing off all of this silly wedding stuff onto my fiance starting next week and now he has a clear concise binder that lets him know what is does and what isn't.

-Lindsey  Grin

P.S. - I think Barry (fiance) wants to make table numbers too.. something about using names of places that are meaningful to us or something along those lines.. can you believe he has a knot subscription Huh hilarious Smiley
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« Reply #32 on: March 24, 2010 07:45:45 AM »

Hi Ladies - i can't believe i just found this site.  Thanks to all for the great inspiration on planning scrapbooks.  My best friend got engaged about 3 weeks ago and she is not happy with any planners (and in a slight panic about the sheer volume of stuff to be done).  So I decided I would make her a planner....then I panicked because I don't know what goes in one!  Thanks to all of you and your links and discussions I am finally ready to start crafting and typing!!  Just had to say thanks.
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« Reply #33 on: March 25, 2010 05:25:35 AM »

What a great Idea! Cheesy
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