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Honest Trailers - The Avengers [x]

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missellebee:

Here’s just a preview of our wedding photos, taken by Justin Hastings! I’ll be able to post up more photos soon.

missellebee:

Here’s just a preview of our wedding photos, taken by Justin Hastings! I’ll be able to post up more photos soon.

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Note to people being invited to weddings:

PLEASE make sure you do not invite someone as your +1, +2, +3, +4, or +5 if it is not clear that you’re allowed to do so. Not only is it an inconvenience for the bride and groom (financially and space wise), but it’s a little rude.

People invited to weddings are invited for a reason, whether it’s money, lack of space, avoiding family drama, or the simple fact that the wedding is for close friends and family only.

For example, our wedding is limited to a certain amount of people because of space. Yet, half of my fiance’s family has decided they are inviting a bunch of family members who are not actually invited. It’s no offense to those family members, but again, we lack space for everyone. We’ve only invited friends and family we know well and we know as a couple. I had to take some of my own family and friends off the list simply to fit everyone in, so it feels as if some people are not being considerate to us and don’t seem to understand how inconvenient and upsetting this is becoming for us. If we could invite everyone, we would! But we CAN’T.

The bride and groom go through a lot of stress trying to organize their wedding, so the least you could do is, again, ask before adding people to your RSVP card. They go through a lot to try and figure out how to seat and fit everyone, so adding people who were not originally supposed to come becomes a frustration and burden.

One more week!

And I still have so much left to do :-/

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hair.ya.go: Girls with bangs (aka: fringe) seem to have some trouble finding...

hairyago:

Girls with bangs (aka: fringe) seem to have some trouble finding updos. Here’s one that I think is super cute and pretty easy to do. It takes about 5-10 minutes and keeps your hair out of your way all day. It’s a great way to deal with second day hair if you just don’t feel like doing it in…

I hate this seating chart.

missellebee:

Just when I think I got it all figured out, I realized I forgot 2 people. I forgot them because they haven’t sent their RSVP yet, but I know they’re coming. So now I don’t know what the eff to do because the only 2 spots open are at separate tables, which doesn’t work because they’re married and need to sit together >_>

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Honest Trailers - The Avengers [x]

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missellebee:

Here’s just a preview of our wedding photos, taken by Justin Hastings! I’ll be able to post up more photos soon.

missellebee:

Here’s just a preview of our wedding photos, taken by Justin Hastings! I’ll be able to post up more photos soon.

(via mrsellebee)

Married!

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Note to people being invited to weddings:

PLEASE make sure you do not invite someone as your +1, +2, +3, +4, or +5 if it is not clear that you’re allowed to do so. Not only is it an inconvenience for the bride and groom (financially and space wise), but it’s a little rude.

People invited to weddings are invited for a reason, whether it’s money, lack of space, avoiding family drama, or the simple fact that the wedding is for close friends and family only.

For example, our wedding is limited to a certain amount of people because of space. Yet, half of my fiance’s family has decided they are inviting a bunch of family members who are not actually invited. It’s no offense to those family members, but again, we lack space for everyone. We’ve only invited friends and family we know well and we know as a couple. I had to take some of my own family and friends off the list simply to fit everyone in, so it feels as if some people are not being considerate to us and don’t seem to understand how inconvenient and upsetting this is becoming for us. If we could invite everyone, we would! But we CAN’T.

The bride and groom go through a lot of stress trying to organize their wedding, so the least you could do is, again, ask before adding people to your RSVP card. They go through a lot to try and figure out how to seat and fit everyone, so adding people who were not originally supposed to come becomes a frustration and burden.

One more week!

And I still have so much left to do :-/

(Source: mrsellebee)

hair.ya.go: Girls with bangs (aka: fringe) seem to have some trouble finding...

hairyago:

Girls with bangs (aka: fringe) seem to have some trouble finding updos. Here’s one that I think is super cute and pretty easy to do. It takes about 5-10 minutes and keeps your hair out of your way all day. It’s a great way to deal with second day hair if you just don’t feel like doing it in…

I hate this seating chart.

missellebee:

Just when I think I got it all figured out, I realized I forgot 2 people. I forgot them because they haven’t sent their RSVP yet, but I know they’re coming. So now I don’t know what the eff to do because the only 2 spots open are at separate tables, which doesn’t work because they’re married and need to sit together >_>

(Source: mrsellebee)

We played the song “Friday” at our wedding reception.
Married!
Note to people being invited to weddings:
One more week!
I hate this seating chart.

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A collection of ideas for my coming wedding and reception.