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General Chat Thread, Yahooooo!!! I'm Engaged!!! in General; Originally Posted by russdev Well one good thing if me and L did every tie the knot is that she ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by russdev View Post
    Well one good thing if me and L did every tie the knot is that she use to create table plans (in publisher) for living. She use to do whole lot plans, name cards etc etc as she use to work in a hotel.
    Russ... small tip... Let her suggest whether she wants to create the table plan or get someone else to do it... She may use a keyboard to brain you with if she's done that much of it

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    oh yes I would do that would never suggest it myself

    Anyway as we are not getting married this is of course all theoretical

    Russ

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    Does this software allow you to rearrange tables according to the latest family feuds?

    When I got married (19 years ago yesterday) relations between my husband's maternal grandmother and his cousin's husband deteriorated so far we had to make sure they were set well apart on the day... and then there were the divorced relations both of whom had to be invited...

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    Quote Originally Posted by elsiegee40 View Post
    Does this software allow you to rearrange tables according to the latest family feuds?

    When I got married (19 years ago yesterday) relations between my husband's maternal grandmother and his cousin's husband deteriorated so far we had to make sure they were set well apart on the day... and then there were the divorced relations both of whom had to be invited...
    As they say 'you can choose your friends but not your familly'

    I haven't spoken to my dad in 8 years, so I need to decide if I should invite him or not. He hit my mother alot.

    70% of me thinks I should'nt

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    Quote Originally Posted by PEO View Post
    I haven't spoken to my dad in 8 years, so I need to decide if I should invite him or not. He hit my mother alot.

    70% of me thinks I should'nt
    If there's one thing I learned about weddings it's that you have to remember that it's YOURS (ie: you and future wife).

    Don't go making the mistake that it's about making other people happy... Various folks I know told us that the regreted inviting family just because they were family instead of friends who they realised, on reflection, they were actually closer to.

    Just a thought anyway but it may help with the dilemma.

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