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    I love cake #3! It is so different and completely gorgeous!
    I also love the flowers! I am a sucker for DIY!
     
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    I'm pretty sure Disney's bakery can make whatever you want! Seriously, I have seen them make some unbelievable cakes! My favorite is no. 3 although I wonder what it would look like if the middle tier was plain? I think that design looks great in that color. The flowers are so cute! Every time I take a picture of our flowers they look darker than they are :confused3 to multi-quote, click the button next to quote that has "+ on it. Have you made a decision on your silk flowers?
     
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    Your cake #3 was a reference that I gave them for my cake. I asked for it to be square and I gave them the pattern (it was also used on our stationery) as well as paint swatches for the color. Here it is!

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    I just caught up with your PJ. Love the BM's dresses. They are so pretty. I don't think it will be weird to mix mint and pink ties and bouts. I think it will look really nice, actually.
     
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    Hi there!
    Just joining in here, I love your pics and ideas so far! I don't think the dessert party would count toward the minimum, if it was booked separately, BUT I don't know, just my assumption. I'm looking forward to seeing more of your posts! :)
     
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    I had my dessert party the night before the wedding and it DID NOT count towards any minimums. However, we loved it and DFTW planned it for us and our planner was the one who we communicated with and all that jazz.
     
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    I was considering one too but I'm trying to stay on a strict budget. I wish that it would count if you booked through DFTW regardless of the when it was.
     
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    jumping on your planning journal! your ideas are great so far! i love you colour scheme! looking forward to more! :D
     
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    Just for reference, ours the night before came to $1,852.96 and $541.23 of that was alcoholic drinks (BOC bar that the DH insisted on) plus another $106.50 for a bartender. You can cut back on some of the food and save some money. We also got lucky and only had to pay 2 viewing fees which helped. So without the alcohol, it would have been $1,200. We also paid for this ourselves, the DH family never offered to help us out with a rehersal dinner or to do anything at all per customs.
     
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