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Outdoor Wedding Decor Photos Questions Answered!

  1. How can I get on the show my fair wedding?

    My wedding is going to be an outdoor military wedding, but we don't really have the money for what I am looking for. I was hoping to get on the My Fair Wedding show. How do I go about doing that? obviously I need to audition. Where do I go? And are there rules to doing it?

  2. Does anyone know of a Christmas shop in Indiana?

    I know it's early, but are there any Christmas shops in Indy that are open year-round, or that are opening within the next few months?

  3. All Inclusive Wedding package - San Antonio?

    My wedding day is 4/20/2012. Budget is 5000 or less. We are looking for somewhere in San Antonio, Texas that provides just about everything. Theres only gonna be around 75-100 people, if that. Does anyone know where I can go to have my wedding and have the necessary services included (catering, decor, linens, chair/table, photos, etc) for 5000 or less? please help and thank you.

  4. Wording Wedding Invite - Sandwich reception?

    I know I’m stressing too much about this wedding. If I were at another person’s wedding I would thinking nothing less of the food or décor, I would just be thrilled that they are getting married and they thought to invite my fiancé and I to their special day. That’s the type of person I am though as well. Our reception is going to be laid back, plastic tablecloths and plates in a restored dance hall barn out in the country. We are getting married in a church that is seven miles away. We decided that it would be best serving sandwiches and salads because of the “less mess” and the weather. Where I live (northwest Iowa) God only knows what the weather will be like in October. It can be very chilly or very hot and humid; this being said with the “indoor/outdoor” reception I feel that it is much better with the light meal. If it is cold then we will throw in different soups. My fiancé’s grandma asked if we could push the wedding off till three o’clock instead of two because we are doing pictures at the reception site (it’s restored farm all together) and then at the church. I would have to agree with her because it will cause less stress with more time to take pictures and relax. I know many of my guests will not mind what so ever about the reception, but I know a good handful will mind. These people though are either not going to show up or they will leave early. I was just wondering how I should word the invite about the reception and we are planning on having a dance. We are not serving alcohol. Also, does anyone have ideas or have been to weddings with a sandwich reception? What salads or other items where served? Thanks for your help.

  5. Centerpiece help for an early October wedding?

    My wedding color is red and I was thinking of working cranberries into my centerpieces. The reception is in the evening and I would like to use white lights and candles as well. I'm just afraid it will look too much like Christmas. Do you think it will? I'm having a difficult time coming up with inexpensive (no flowers) for centerpieces. Any thoughts? Thanks in advance.