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Old 05-10-2013, 04:34 AM   #1171
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??? seriously. someone said that

geez, at my grandparents 50th wedding anniversary party, people danced all night, and took up a collection to get the band to play longer..

heck, it's your wedding day, if you want juggling monkeys, you should have juggling monkeys, if people have an issue with what you want to do at your wedding, tell them to talk to The Pyrate... don't let anyone rain on your parade
OMG, lol, that cracked me up.

Seriously, I am just sometimes amazed at what people will say. Sometimes I think people say stuff like that because they are jealous and don't want you to be happy. I am sure the 2 in question will not be at the wedding so no "debbie downers", but ya know. . .really? Just say "have fun". Oh, and I am totally doing what I want. Its a classic wedding with touches of beach thrown in here and there. . .not much, just touches.
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Old 05-10-2013, 04:36 AM   #1172
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Oh it's Totally a solemn experience.

We are planning on playing this as Rachel walks down the aisle, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyFyAqLtHq8

And everyone will be wearing black, including her veil.

We want to make sure that it's a super-serious affair and that everybody realizes that this is not a moment to be happy about, celebrate, or generally have any fun whatsoever with anything even remotely related to this totally solemn experience.


LOL, Daryl
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Old 05-10-2013, 07:52 AM   #1173
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Well, still jealous! Traveling out west is definitely high on my list.
I just got up here yesterday and it is BEAUTIFUL! I don't want to ever leave!!

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Okay, I have a silly question to ask of all of you. I mentioned party and dancing as the fun at my reception and got negative comments regarding having dancing. Some were to the extent of "oh, aren't you two too old to have dancing at your reception?". and. . ."fun? Isn't a wedding a solemn experience?". If these comments were from really old people I would just ignore them. One was from a 30-something and the other from a 42 year old. Wow, when did having fun become an age thing. My question for all of you is, would you question someone at my age wanting to have fun, dance and party on her wedding day?

I know the answer but can't wait for the rhetoric. . .love you all.
Ummmm... WHAT?! Weddings are a solemn occasion? When the hell did that happen?! haha. I agree with the pyrate on this one hun. Do it like you want to! Screw everyone else!

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Oh it's Totally a solemn experience.

We are planning on playing this as Rachel walks down the aisle, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kyFyAqLtHq8

And everyone will be wearing black, including her veil.

We want to make sure that it's a super-serious affair and that everybody realizes that this is not a moment to be happy about, celebrate, or generally have any fun whatsoever with anything even remotely related to this totally solemn experience.


hahahhahaha

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??? seriously. someone said that

geez, at my grandparents 50th wedding anniversary party, people danced all night, and took up a collection to get the band to play longer..

heck, it's your wedding day, if you want juggling monkeys, you should have juggling monkeys, if people have an issue with what you want to do at your wedding, tell them to talk to The Pyrate... don't let anyone rain on your parade
Dude that's awesome! Darcy- you NEED to have juggling monkeys now, you do realize that right?!
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Old 05-10-2013, 08:53 AM   #1174
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Hey there my little mouseketeers! Just hopping in to say hi...had an amazing birthday yesterday...started out the safari and then Epcot all day topped off by dinner at Victoria and Albert's with my bff. Terrific day and now I'm sad its ending... anyway heading out to spend some time with the bff and one more day at the park...
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Old 05-10-2013, 08:58 AM   #1175
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Okay, I have a silly question to ask of all of you. I mentioned party and dancing as the fun at my reception and got negative comments regarding having dancing. Some were to the extent of "oh, aren't you two too old to have dancing at your reception?". and. . ."fun? Isn't a wedding a solemn experience?". If these comments were from really old people I would just ignore them. One was from a 30-something and the other from a 42 year old. Wow, when did having fun become an age thing. My question for all of you is, would you question someone at my age wanting to have fun, dance and party on her wedding day?

I know the answer but can't wait for the rhetoric. . .love you all.
I remember how fun you both are, party it up, I will be partying with ya! Never too old to have fun, and you guys are not old BTW!
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Old 05-10-2013, 02:37 PM   #1176
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Okay, I have a silly question to ask of all of you. I mentioned party and dancing as the fun at my reception and got negative comments regarding having dancing. Some were to the extent of "oh, aren't you two too old to have dancing at your reception?". and. . ."fun? Isn't a wedding a solemn experience?". If these comments were from really old people I would just ignore them. One was from a 30-something and the other from a 42 year old. Wow, when did having fun become an age thing. My question for all of you is, would you question someone at my age wanting to have fun, dance and party on her wedding day?

I know the answer but can't wait for the rhetoric. . .love you all.
As a recently married woman, my two cents....do whatever makes you and Tony happy and don't worry about what anyone else says or thinks!


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Hey there my little mouseketeers! Just hopping in to say hi...had an amazing birthday yesterday...started out the safari and then Epcot all day topped off by dinner at Victoria and Albert's with my bff. Terrific day and now I'm sad its ending... anyway heading out to spend some time with the bff and one more day at the park...
Sounds like you had a fantastic birthday, sorry we couldn't meet up but we were just so busy.
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Old 05-10-2013, 08:39 PM   #1178
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As a recently married woman, my two cents....do whatever makes you and Tony happy and don't worry about what anyone else says or thinks!

Sounds like you had a fantastic birthday, sorry we couldn't meet up but we were just so busy.
Honey its all good :-) ....I was just as busy and now I'm watching wishes for the last time this trip. Also, I must head home tomorrow but I'm sure we will catch each other soon
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Old 05-12-2013, 09:41 AM   #1180
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Thank you my sweet. Can't wait to see you again. We are working on Honeymoon plans. . .any good ideas?. . .from the world traveler?
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Thank you my sweet. Can't wait to see you again. We are working on Honeymoon plans. . .any good ideas?. . .from the world traveler?

It all depends on what you guys want, or don't want to do. Do you want relaxed or busy? Beach? City? Any of the islands are always fun, but so is Europe. I think the most important thing is to figure out what you want to do.

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I haven't been on here in FOREVER!! I'm doing good, divorced finally...well going on two years now. Had lots happening but I think that I'm here for a while.
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