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Old 05-28-2008, 10:53 AM   #16
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They were super loud. But they sounded awesome and our guests loved them!

YAY!! Was that your mom?!?! She and a kilted man were unloading stuff from a pretty car in front of the Boardwalk Lobby.

As DH and I were walking back into the Lobby (and I was trying really hard not to faint after an hour of pictures in that non-NJ heat) I heard a woman say "Look, she must be the other bride!" So I turned around and aked her if she was part of Shannon and Craig's wedding, she said "Yes". And I asked her to say "Hi and congratulations" to you! I was so loopy at that point, I could barely see them.

I hope I wasn't rude to her. I felt bad afterwards, because I felt like we were both just running past her and we were kind of abrupt.
Yep, that would have been her and my Dad I guess. Not rude at all. She said that she saw you and said hi. She also added that you looked fantastic!!
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Yep, that would have been her and my Dad I guess. Not rude at all. She said that she saw you and said hi. She also added that you looked fantastic!!
That's so cool that of all people, I ran into your parents! I really wish I could have seen you too.

I saw your video and you looked gorgeous! Your dress was so beautiful! And your DH is sooooo tall and handsome!
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That's so cool that of all people, I ran into your parents! I really wish I could have seen you too.

I saw your video and you looked gorgeous! Your dress was so beautiful! And your DH is sooooo tall and handsome!
Yeah, I wish I'd bumped into you as well...and yes, Craig is tall!!
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Day One! Arriving in Orlando and My Family's Adventure!

Wednesday, April 30th

I could hardly believe that this day had finally arrived! I had to go to work for a couple hours in the morning to tie up a few loose ends, and so it wouldn’t count against my limited vacation days! I only lasted a couple of hours before I couldn’t take it anymore and had to go home to finish up the last of my packing.

My Mom, Dad, sister and Craig all drove down and left late late late Sunday night/Monday morning. They drove in our SUV with a roof box and towed my sisters car packed full with all our stuff on a UHaul trailer. Unbelievably, nobody took a picture of the circus leaving town! They got to the border and got nothing but harassed. Apparently, they border agents couldn’t grasp why they needed two cars (my sister is only 23 so it was cheaper to tow her car than rent) to go to a wedding in Florida. They hauled them in and took them inside for questioning…telling them “Now we’ll get the real story.” They took Craig’s wallet and went through it completely and questioned him. They took my sister into another room and questioned her. They asked where her car keys were and when she told them Dad had them, the agent said “OK, here’s what we’re going to do. You’re going to go outside and ask your Daddy for your keys. Then just you and I are going to go out and look in the cars.” Like she was 7. They went outside and she was told to stand at the front of the car and to keep her hands “where she could see them.” They were appalled by how they were treated. Eventually, they were sent on their merry way. They didn’t get too far before the lights and horn on my sisters car started to go off. Weird. She had the remote so hit the button to make it go off. A couple more minutes pass and it happens again. The highway they were on was all concrete walls with nowhere to stop. When they found a spot to pullover, they did and found out that the agent hadn’t fully closed the back hatch on Jamie’s car…with my dress perched precariously just inside on the top. Once the crisis was solved, they thought it was quite funny to joke about who was going to call me to tell me my dress had fallen out!!! Ugh. Other than hitting a vicious storm in Virginia (which they later found out was accompanied by multiple tornado warnings) the rest of the trip was uneventful. They drove straight through and were there in about 25 hours. On Tuesday, they picked up Craig’s Dad and stepmom at the airport and went over to Tampa to check on the kilts. Luckily Craig’s Dad went because his didn’t quite fit. They were able to fix it and all was fine. I was super relieved to hear that the kilt crisis had pretty much been avoided. The boys hadn’t tried theirs on yet, but at least we had one for everyone! Yeah!

Anyways, still at home, I closed up my suitcase and ran around the house twenty times to make sure I hadn’t forgot anything. I pretty much sent everything, including my clothes, with my parents, so I just had some odds and ends to fill up my suitcase. A friend from work picked me up and took me to the airport. I had paid to preselect my seat on Air Canada and I was prechecked in. Just had to drop off my bag, clear security and clear customs. Clearing customs in Toronto makes getting off in Orlando so much quicker!! Love it! I wandered through Duty Free and contemplated buying new earrings for the wedding, or a present for my mom, but settled with only Starbucks. MMMmmmm…a Chai Latte to ease the wait. I also scarfed down a piece of pizza as I didn’t have time to eat that day. Our flight started to board late and the guy at the gate was getting rather angry…it was actually quite funny. They finally called me and I got to board. Row 25, window seat. When I got to my row, there was an approx. 3 year old girl in my seat. Ugh. The flight attendant started to approach me and I said that it was okay, I’d sit on the aisle. I hate the aisle. I can sleep so easily on planes when I have the window, but can’t even close my eyes on the aisle. She said, no we have a window seat, but it’s two rows back on the other side. Okay, no problem. They were juggling seats to try to allow the family of four to sit together. Now, this actually gives me mixed thoughts. I paid the whatever amount upfront to select my seat to ensure that I got a window. The family of four obviously did not. When I checked in earlier, the middle seat beside me was still empty, as was the one in front of that. They’d put the mom and grandma in those two seats and cleary saw that they could ask the single travelers to move. If the family of four had wanted to sit together, they should’ve paid like I did! What was I going to do, say no make the three year old sit alone??? I liked that they were trying to help them out, but they should have paid, or should give me my seat selection fee back. I’m taking it up with Air Canada to try and get my seat selection money back, but I’m sure I won’t get anywhere. I took my new seat and promptly fell asleep before we’d even left the gate. I woke up as we were taking off. Great little power nap. Each seat had individual TVs and I could select from lots of things to watch. I decided to watch “Enchanted” to get me in the Disney spirit. I had purchased it, but had yet to have the chance to watch it. I used a lot of the soundtrack during the wedding and was really eager to see it. The sad part is that the movie is 108 minutes long and the flight was only 107 so I missed the last minute! I even heard the start of the closing credits song. Ugh, so close! The flight wasn’t without highlights though. At one point, while I was in happy ever after, someone caught my eye out the window and I looked out just in time to see a Delta Connection plane flying right by!! It was close enough for me to read the airline, which tells me that might have been too close. Little scary. Our landing was the bumpiest I’ve ever experienced. The plane was doing some major side to side swaying and bounced left right badly when we hit the ground. You could hear people gasping. I was even happier than normal to be in Orlando!

We walked off the plane, glanced at Starbucks but decided no, onto the train, off the train, through the terminal and down to baggage claim. The buzzer was just starting to signal the belt starting up. I took my wedding folder out and got my rental car papers. Put my folder away and magically there was my luggage! Smooth and seamless. I’ve never had a bag be the third one out before. Picked it up and headed out to National for my car. I’m an Emerald Club member so yet again no lines. I had reserved a midsize SUV and we really wanted an Equinox like we had in November. My parents had a Kia Sportage and it was really tiny compared to ours. The Emerald Club aisle only had one icky Sportage. So I stood and looked confused and a guy came over and asked if he could help me. I said I’d reserved a mid SUV through Emerald Club and was this my only option. He told me to follow him. On the way across the lot, I thought I’d try my luck and threw out the needing a bigger vehicle to lug around all the stuff I had brought down for my W-E-D-D-I-N-G. He smiled and pointed to the line of mid SUVs. No Equinox. I must have looked sad because he said. Hang on, I have one more sport. Stay here. So I waited and a few minutes later, while I was seriously contemplating the hot blue convertible, he appeared with a dark slate grey with dark black window Equinox Sport Edition. Black leather interior and XM radio (that we found on the last day). It was a hot little car and I loved it. I drove out and called Craig to tell him I was here and to wait to see the car I got. I thanked the girl at the gate and told her how wonderful and helpful her lot attendant was. I met up with the family at Saratoga Springs and we went to Macaroni Grill for dinner. Nothing else exciting to report for day one!! I was just happy to finally be there!!

Next Up: Dress Alterations at Carolyn Allen's!
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Whew! Dodged a bullet with Bridal and Beyond! I stopped by there and tried on a few dresses last summer and was considering ordering from them...
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Whew! Dodged a bullet with Bridal and Beyond! I stopped by there and tried on a few dresses last summer and was considering ordering from them...
Yep! Wasn't worth the $100 I saved. Spread the word!
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Day 2: Thursday, May 1 - Alterations and Everyone Arrives!

Don't have too many pics from today, but once my ladies send them to me, I'll add them.

I was so excited when I got up on Thursday morning. My two BMs from British Columbia were coming to meet me and we were going to get the bustle put in my dress at Carolyn Allen's. It also meant that I was going to get to meet Brandy's 3 month old son, Mason. He is sooooo cute and so good. He was doing anything she requested on cue. Quite the performer.

We packed all the gear and headed to CA. I had two hoop skirts to pick from a 2 and a 4. The 4 won hands down. Best call...except when I got stuck in the door of the dressing room! Ha...just like that scene in Enchanted! Mason chilled out in his seat and Sue's husband played with him to keep him entertained. We did a five tie french bustle and put in bra cups. Sue also suggested to take it up a little more. I was so happy that she could get all this done to bring it back to me on Sunday. When we left, it was a huge weight off my shoulders. We headed off to Target to get the last few things for our tolietry baskets to put in the washrooms at the wedding. I ended up buying a few more things and a new bathing suit. Love that they have Starbucks in there too! While we were there, our planner Ken called and we were able to tie up a few loose ends and he told us that he was able to upgrade us to the Garden Suite at BW for all three nights that we were there!! Whoo hoo!! Other than one free dessert at MGM (that they said we got for another reason), this was really the only Pixie Dust we received on the whole trip.

A good chunk of our friends and family arrived today, so we did a couple of airport runs to pick them up. After my sister got her bf at the airport, we made plans to go get our nails done. We ended up going to Magic Nails beside Panera Bread near the Premium Outlet Mall (Vineland Road). We both had tips done with a french polish. I also had a pedicure done. Both were good but even though I can't remember what I paid, I think it was a little expensive. Oh well, got the job done and that was all that mattered. There are lots of nail places around if you drive, but this one is pretty close if you don't have a car, you can cab for relatively cheap from DTD.

We made arrangements to meet up with everyone at the Ale House that night for drinks and to watch the Toronto FC/New York Red Bulls Major League Soccer Game. Apparently they don't take reservations, but we somehow managed to reserve three tables. Lots of people showed up and lots of drinks were had. I had a midnight airport run, so no drinks for me, but I had enough on Friday night to make up for it!

Up Next: Day Three: Bachelor and Bachelorette Parties!

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Wow your wedding looks beautiful!!! Can't wait to read the rest. I am sorry the bridal salon was horrible but the dress looked fabulous on you!!!
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Awesome vendor reviews, thank you so much for sharing those!

And, you look BEAUTIFUL in your dress!!! I can't wait to read more!
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I forgot to review Dunedin Scottish, the place where we rented the kilts in Tampa. I'm giving them a C+.


If you are coming from Scotland and can manage it, I'd rent over there. The selection and quality is better and you can rest assured that you have everything under control and fitting before you leave. If there are any problems with DS, there aren't any other options around!
Oh dear looks like we will be lugging heavy kilts with us then.

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I showed DF your cake and he summed it up. He said ours is boring now! So, he said we have to do the same thing! I think you may have started a trend because your cake is so fabulous!!!!
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Thanks for writing the vendor reviews! Your dress is beautiful, sorry about all the drama you had. I have been to Ritche before and it was a good experience. If I hear of anyone going to Bridal and Beyond, I will spread the word about their terrible service. I love the picture of Mason in his kilt!
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Wow your wedding looks beautiful!!! Can't wait to read the rest. I am sorry the bridal salon was horrible but the dress looked fabulous on you!!!
It was worth the pain. I'm still in love with it and keep trying to come up with ways to wear it again.

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And, you look BEAUTIFUL in your dress!!! I can't wait to read more!
Thank you! I know reading others helped me, so just doing my part.

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Oh dear looks like we will be lugging heavy kilts with us then.

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Sorry!! Better safe than sorry?

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I don't think that it's possible for a mad hatter to be boring!

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Thanks for writing the vendor reviews! Your dress is beautiful, sorry about all the drama you had. I have been to Ritche before and it was a good experience. If I hear of anyone going to Bridal and Beyond, I will spread the word about their terrible service. I love the picture of Mason in his kilt!
He looked so cute and was really good all day. I didn't mind Ritche, but I preferred the stores where all the dresses were there and I could look through them myself, which is why I went to B&B. Ugh. Bride by bride, I'll get that word out!
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Just got caught up with your TR so far. Lovin' it!!! Keep it comin'!!!
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Day 3 - Friday, May 2 - Bachelor/Bachelorette Day!

We spent Friday doing a little of this and a little of that. Nothing too exciting. The boys might have gone golfing. I didn't really eat any of the days leading up to the wedding except dinner. We seemed so busy during the days I was forgetting to eat. When I ate anything other than dinner it was Panera Bread! Think I lived there for a few days. Friday night had been designated boys night and girls night. We were really excited. The girls were meeting up at Jellyrolls and the boys were going (once again) to the Ale House because beer was cheap. Craig had his official bachelor party way back in September at home before he moved to Canada with me, so the boys didn't have a big night planned. When we worked there, I used to love going to Jellyrolls and I knew it was a place that would appeal to all ages of those coming along.

My sister (MOH) made my girls lime green tank tops that said Maid of Honour and Bridesmaid. She made me pink tank that said Bride that I had already been wearing. For the bachelorette, she made me a blue one that said Buy Me a Shot Cause I'm Tying the Knot! She made us all matching blue hoodies too. She did a super job. I also had a Bride-To-Be Crown with a veil. It was really cute and I like to wear silly things so it was fun. We all also had nametags but put Disney Character type names on it. We had Snow, Tink, I was Princess (naturally) and we even had Tweedledee and Tweedledum. My best friend and her sister were the lucky ones. Kiley picked Tweedledum because she says that's what my dad would have wanted. My dad has always bugged her about being blonde...even though she isn't. Jamie also made sure we had one of the dare games, which I hate. So, I turned the plan around. The girls did the dares and for each one they completed, I had to drink. Great plan. There were also Award Stickers to give out...said like hottest buns, worst dancer, etc. We forgot about them until very late in the night and I'm sure there were many strangers in the bar that went back to their rooms and couldn't figure out where the sticker on their back came from!

We had a great night in our little corner on the floor. My mom, grandma, aunts, cousin and friends all came. Craig's mom, aunts and stepmom came too. His friends girlfriends tried to come but the bus directions they got from *** were wrong and they almost ended up stranded. They were told to take a bus to EPCOT and then to take a boat to BW...which from the bus stop you can't do. They had to go to MGM, but they didnt' know it and didn't make it. This almost happened to Tweedledee and dum. I think they actually ended up cabbing it from EPCOT. Not really sure. The night got quite interesting when Craig's mom showed up. His stepmom had come with us as she met us at the hotel with Craig's dad to go with the boys. His stepmom and mom haven't seen each other in about 20 years or something. Ugh. This had to be the first meeting. His mom took "wicked stepmother"...as she calls herself and had the appropriate nametag for...to the bar for a drink and they chatted. All was good. They were out in the lobby talking because it was too loud inside (true...unusually loud that night) and a guy actually went over and started to chat them up. Funny.

They made me go up on stage and got a Brazilian guy that was celebrating his birthday come up and get on the piano. They tried to get him to do a sexy I'm a little teapot dance, but apparently they don't learn that song in Brazil, so I had to teach him. I love Jellyrolls because you can enjoy in sober, drunk or somewhere in the middle. We had a few in each category!! I love the drinks in the big red cups!!! I drink one or two and I'm usually good to go for the night. People kept buying me shots too...which I had to eventually stop because I started to feel terrible. My drunken ladies made sure that we met lots of random dudes and brought many other well wishers by to meet me. We even got some guys nasty underwear for the dare game...it was an attempted trade by him, but he lost. They even had us start a conga line. Tweedledee and Tweedledum were all over the place. I actually had some guy say to me, "I met your friends! Oh really, who? Tweedledee and Tweedledum!" Ha.

About 1am, a lot of people had already left and Craig, his Dad and my sisters BF Pete (which we started to call my Bridesman because of all the stuff we had him doing), showed up. All three were drunker than us and how they got in I'm not sure. Craig and my sister got in a fight over my mother. She's my mother! No, she's my momma now! Quite hilarious. My one BM disappeared with one of the random guys and reappeared with another that she apparently had a date with the next day after the rehearsal dinner!!! HA! I don't think anyone missed the drunk group in the corner and I know we gave the ladies along the upper ledge quite a few laughs. It was an awesome night. The boys had a good time at the Ale House (Craig fell over the railing to see his buddies and my cousins had to pick him up and throw him back over!) but I think our night was a little wilder! The pictures don't do the night justice, but are still very funny.

Me and most of my ladies...


Sisters...we actually look alike in this pic...weird.


Me and my cuz


Sis, me and Mom


Onstage


Trying to teach


Not sure the dare had anything to do with kissing the CM but she thought he was cute...


Random Guy with me and Tweedledum




Oh the dares...


Momma wearing the dare list


Group shot


Sister, Me and Brandy my evil twin (my hot momma)


Random wellwishers checking out my ring




She didn't notice until the next morning!
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