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Jun. 13th, 2007 | 10:39 am

Okay, I’m kinda beyond stressed with the wedding and its not even a year away yet! The only reason I’m stressed though is because I feel like I can’t get started with the planning yet because…. I don’t have a location! Ah! As soon as I have that, everything will be awesome. I absolutely love the Foundry in Long Island City, but my dad’s convinced it’s too small for our 100-115 guests (I only want like 80 guests anyway, but whatever). I was SO in love with the Angel Orsentaz Center in the Lower East Side but it’s completely out of the budget. We’re going to see Tavern on the Green on Saturday which I’m not too sure if I’ll like. Right now, my hopes are riding on the Palm House at the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens…I would die for the Foundry, but it doesn’t look too likely at this point. Gah.

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Anna Bolena

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from: manhattan_skies
date: Jun. 13th, 2007 11:10 pm (UTC)
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keep in mind that you should always calculate that 20% of your guests won't come, and also keep in mind that between now and when your invites go out, your guest list will change. originally, we were only inviting 120, but by the time we sent out the invites, our guest list was at 141. Of those 141, 110 are coming. If you invite 115, assume that around 90 are going to come.

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Anna Bolena

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from: manhattan_skies
date: Jun. 13th, 2007 11:10 pm (UTC)
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AND, i forgot -- did you pick a date???

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nolite te bastardes carborundorum.

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from: heroesforghosts
date: Jun. 16th, 2007 03:40 pm (UTC)
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No, net yet--is your date the 7/7/7, otherwise known as the luckiest day to get married EVER?

But thanks so much for your advice...you really calmed me down.

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Anna Bolena

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from: manhattan_skies
date: Jun. 17th, 2007 01:50 pm (UTC)
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yessssssssss that would be my date. :)
8/8/08 is a saturday next year .... ;) lol

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