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February 22, 2007



if you're considering getting married in mexico, you might want to check out mary bragg weddings in paradise. (they have a web site.)

my darling niece and husband were married on the beach at sunset in cabo san lucas last october, and their wedding was beautiful beyond words. i understand that ms. bragg intends to expand her service to zihuatenejo in the future too, which is another warm and wonderful wedding location.

all the best to you and your soon-to-be husband.



i also hate the word "fiance" and people get mad when I call him my boyfriend still. we thought about having a destination wedding. i think the best way to go about besides references is to talk to the chamber of commerce, better business bureau or something along those lines in the city oyou're thinking about. we're doing a small budget wedding too... i think in an art gallery. and if you use all one kind of flower (which actually looks amazing) it's a lot cheaper. :) good luck!

Shanti Noreika

My sweetie and I did our whole wedding for about $3500. We had the ceremony at the Secret House http://www.secrethousewinery.com/. His Mom, who is a great gardener, did all the flowers. There were planters that she prepared months ahead of time. There were trees and bushes in the planters too which I eventually planted around our house. We rented the chairs and tents from Party's to go. My brother and sweetie set up the area themselves the morning of. Our friend from the theater community did the catering including a beautiful cake and other munchies. We bought a case of wine from the vinard and then all our friends brought coolers of beer. My dress was about the most expensive part: http://www.fairyfashion.com/frame.html

We had a "Celtic" theme.....with sweetie in a cilt and a bag piper. It was a great time!!

Looking forward to hearing your plans :)

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