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    Quote Originally Posted by Shoopuf View Post
    Thank you so much everyone! We are thinking of having a smallish function (maybe around 40 people max) at a winery in my hometown.

    We were thinking something laid back, with a casual 'ceremony' led by our two best friends, lots of pretty 'outback, country-style' photos, followed by canapés, wine and dancing.

    Being the giant nerds we are, we would love to have mandatory board games at the tables as well

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    OMG mandatory board games, awesome. Seriously i would totally love that

    Sounds like a great wedding to me.

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    Naww, I thought this thread was going to be bagging out the ida. I love love, I love the idea of love, I love people being in love....I am so excited for you, my heart is thumping a bit quicker. Super big nawwwwww.

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    It sounds lovely - if i was a friend or family member of yours i would definately come.

    Why shouldn't you get to have your special day in a beautiful dress!

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    Do some Jenga towers as centre pieces!

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    I love your plans. We want to do something similar. Something laid back, finger food, maybe cocktails.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MsImpatient View Post
    Do some Jenga towers as centre pieces!
    OMG that is amazing! Awesome idea!! I was thinking of gluing scrabble tiles to the racks they go on to spell out the guests names for their places haha! Then if I got a message printed on the other side, they could take them home as a souvenir too!

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    Not weird at all. Dh and I are planning on renewing our vowels every 10yrs... We have 3 yrs to go And this time our kids will be part of it which will be special.

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    Could you imagine the conversation if you printed names on the Jenga pieces??

    "oh I will just take Aunt Betty and put her on top of Brother Paul"
    "Cousin Steven is all wobbly on top of Grampa Bert!'

    Lol...

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    I don't think it's weird at all. It's beautiful : )

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    I think it's a great idea and I especially love your game ideas


 

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