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Old 04-24-2014, 12:33 PM   #11
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Congratulations, Laurie - this is such happy news! You know we look forward to hearing about the plans as they progress. Lovely dress.
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Old 04-24-2014, 01:33 PM   #12
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Congratulations!!

Yes, more details as they develop!
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Old 04-24-2014, 02:45 PM   #13
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Oh that is such a great idea. Do keep us up to date.
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Old 04-24-2014, 04:04 PM   #14
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I love this! I am engaged so we can prattle together!

Your gown is lovely, Laurie!

If you cannot have the rings, what of a nice hearts necklace? These are very pretty, and they are all in different prices:

Kay - Open Hearts Necklace 1/20 ct tw Diamonds Sterling Silver

I love the two hearts! Uckkkkk...I'm getting all romantic. Congratulations, Laurie!!

With very much love,
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Old 04-24-2014, 05:31 PM   #15
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Laurie, congratulations!! That is so wonderful. Reading all your plans is exciting. A friend of mine didn't want rings when she got married so she and her hubby went and got their ring finger tattooed with a Celtic knot ring. Another idea, since you can't carry flowers, have your bouquet made with cooking utensils! With your love of cooking and baking it would be very appropriate! Have fun planning it all. You two deserve all the happiness.
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Old 04-24-2014, 06:17 PM   #16
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Laurie, congratulations!! That is so wonderful. Reading all your plans is exciting. A friend of mine didn't want rings when she got married so she and her hubby went and got their ring finger tattooed with a Celtic knot ring. Another idea, since you can't carry flowers, have your bouquet made with cooking utensils! With your love of cooking and baking it would be very appropriate! Have fun planning it all. You two deserve all the happiness.
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Old 04-24-2014, 07:19 PM   #17
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Here is my dress, in silver pewter. I will make a new underdress in some shade of purple. I will wear purple flats and probably just some baby's breath in my hair - no bouquet because I am allergic to most flowers and am not a fan of silk, though some of the newer ones are quite nice.
Love the dress, purple will be fantastic underneath!!!
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Almost 13 years ago and much to the disappointment of many family and friends, TB and I eloped in the back yard under an apple tree with just his best friend and my sister as witnesses. It was extremely romantic and one of the happiest days of my life.

We have been through a lot during these years and it took quite a toll on our relationship at times. This was a second marriage for me and first for TB. During these past couple of years since my Dad passed away and we have both been getting health issues under control, our relationship has taken a very positive turn. Last week we admitted we were truly in love and decided to renew our vows in church and in front of friends and family.

It will probably happen in August, though we have to set a firm date. It will be a small ceremony with a tea-style reception after. Then we will have a small dinner for only close family and friends in the evening. I will be planning both menus and designing the wedding cake, but I will get catering colleagues to do the work.

We are both very excited about this new chapter in our life together so I wanted to share it with you. Since we are all foodies, I thought I would report on the progress of the menus, and of course ask for feedback along the way.

Then, on September 15th we will have the honeymoon we never got - a 7 day Alaskan Cruise, round trip from Vancouver!
Congratulations for the second time around.

A friend of mine is getting married on an Arctic cruise in May.
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Here is my dress, in silver pewter. I will make a new underdress in some shade of purple. I will wear purple flats and probably just some baby's breath in my hair - no bouquet because I am allergic to most flowers and am not a fan of silk, though some of the newer ones are quite nice.
Lovely dress
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Congratulations!

I'll be following this thread closely, it will be so fun to see what you come up with!

I hope that there will be pictures!
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