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Posts: 107 August 21, 2012
Dear Trinigirl78 & hubby to be!
Congrats! I do custom digital invites and printed material. When you have a chance and know your destination, email at I could custom make:
* Invites with envelopes & return address labels
* Thank you magnet favors with your photo - comes with thank you cards & envelope
* Wedding banner
* Bride T shirt, Groom Cap
$275 including shipping

Here's a bunch of places I found on line:

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Posts: 5 August 21, 2012
yes we do need a place to have the ceremony and reception. We may have found one for the reception but still looking for better deals if possible.
Guest August 20, 2012
Need place for rec/hall
Posts: 5 August 20, 2012
We are planning for 7/13/13 and about 120-130 guests! So far we have found a couple places but they don't want you bringing in outside catering or drinks which makes everything so much more. I think once we find a venue everything else will fall into place.
Guest August 19, 2012
Hello Trini, I emailed you some detailed information, in response to your query,kindly let me know if you received it?
Posts: 2 August 18, 2012
Try staying at a reasonably priced beachfront resort. Get married on the gulf, have your reception outdoros on the sand as well. I just shot a wedding where they rented tables, used the sand, brought their own linens, etc, and had a caterer bring a Mexican buffet. It was a fun, elegant affair. I've seen a couple rent a condo and prepare a wedding buffet themselves for their guests after the ceremony. Depends on how small or large of an event you are planning. Many parks will allow that kind of party as well.
Good luck with your planning.
Patricia Horwell Photography
Posts: 5 August 17, 2012
Hi Lynne,
I tried emailing you but it came back to me, is there another email addy that I can contact you at? You can reach me at
UniqueSigEvents wrote:

That sound completely do able, where I would suggest you starting looking is for halls such as the Tampa Garden Center. I don't know quite what you mean by all inculsive, but if you want to email me your definitoin of that I might be able to assist you more

Unique SIGnature Events
Guest August 15, 2012
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Guest August 15, 2012
I really see this so often "We are on a budget"...All weddings should be on a budget! Some are small and others large. It is only smart to decide how much you will spend and stick to it. It may not be best to go "all inclusive" unless you want all the services they offer. If you pay for something you don't want or could do without, that is not good use of the funds. It is best to create a budget that lays out each area of the wedding and how much you want to allocate for each area. You have to have an officiant and the rest is "icing". You can adjust as needed, too. For example, if you allocated $1000 for a dress and only spent $300, you can put the savings into the honeymoon fund or toward more photography, etc. You need to know what are your priorities.
Guest August 15, 2012
How many people are you having and what is the date of the event?

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