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sandals or beaches

Posted by teeweeone (My Page) on
Sat, Dec 7, 02 at 20:30

Looking for a way to not have to deal with all the drama of planning a wedding and the drunks who will...well we thinking of going to a sandals or beaches with friends and family that can afford to go ...anyone get married at either...Any thoughts/?

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RE: sandals or beaches

Went to sandles St lucia last year every thing was GREAT
Stayed at the golf and spa for ten days was there starting the first week in feb sunny and 87 every day food was out of this world . My brother was married on the beach "no problem no pressure"

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Why you only want to invite those that can afford to go? Nobody on your guest list that you like beyond gifts?

Shame on you.

RE: sandals or beaches

no...actually I would rather not even have a shower or a big wedding because I get kind of a weird feeling about people giving me gifts. I do not have the time or the patience to make decisions. My mom just planned a wedding for my step sister and at first thought it was fun..When I told her my plans she said THANK GOD.. I think you were reading to much into my post because I would prefer "no gifts". I have a friend who did this and said it was just a great time. You get married bam you are on your honey moon with your close friends and family. Yes, I would prefer to spend time on my honey moon with others.

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We did Sandals Dunns River in Jamaica for our honeymoon and it was so fabulous. We didn't have our wedding there but saw others being married, some alone and others with family present. It looked elegant and romantic and wonderful!! I'd highly recommend Sandals. It's class, luxury, romance and pampering to the nth degree.

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