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Tuesday, May 02, 2006

Wedding ideas and tips

I'm 'opening the floor' to you all.  I'd love to hear your stories, ideas, suggestions, and comments about what you think would be a great wedding idea, or tips for a successful wedding.  All comments, opinions, stories of past experiences, what works, what doesn't work, anything at all!

I'd love to hear anything you have to offer, to help Deidre and I plan an interesting, exciting, eventful wedding that's going to take place probably around Sept / Oct 2007.

Oh, and the cheaper the better.  :-)

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Blogger passion said...

Would Sep/Oct be warm enough for the bride and all the lady guests to wear skimpy gowns? I am not sure about others but too many occasions I’ve already decided what I would wear for the occasion only to freeze myself on the day when the weather doesn’t co-operate, especially in Wellington… Sorry this is not exactly a tip but if I get married weather/season would definitely come as a top concern ;-)

5/02/2006 02:11:00 PM  
Blogger Alan Howard said...

Hi passion, thanks for that. While that time of year was chosen for the mildness of the season, we may reconsider that based on how things turn out at the same time this year. :-)

5/02/2006 02:44:00 PM  
Blogger Moghal said...

The only tip I was given - and it was worth it - was to look at each when making your vows. Apparently (especially in traditional services where you follow the vicar's lead) people tend to look at whomever's conducting the ceremony when they make their vows.

Look at each other, think about, and it makes the pictures just that little bit more special.

5/02/2006 10:50:00 PM  
Blogger Alan Howard said...

Thanks Moghal. :-)

5/12/2006 11:59:00 AM  

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