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Gayle O'Donnell  |  Dec 10 '11 at 11:32 PM
Thanks for mentioning Paper Passionista, Janis. I am the owner of www.PaperPassionista.com, and would suggest you take a look at our Facebook page photo album where we have photos of designs from all of our available lines. Go to: http://www.facebook.com/PaperPassionista#!/media/albums/?id=120124341382224
If you see things you're interested in meeting to see more about you can give me a call at 206.909.9567 to set up an appointment where I come and meet with you at your convenience in a location convenient for you.

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Question Topic: "My Little Girl" by Gene Mitchell
We were came upon your Weddding Venture website and would like to suggest another song titled "My Little Girl" by Gene Mitchell, which is specfic about Father-Daughter relationship down to walking down the isle.

The song is on iTunes (Gene Mitchell - My Little Girl), it is only 2:30 in length and when it has been performed live or by DJs, the comment is it is just the right song and song length for Father-Daughter dance.

The song also has piano/guitar sheet music available, as well as piano soundtrack for Dad to sing to.

Thank you.

Teresa S.
Sailor Boy Records

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tuxcat052  |  Dec 08 '11 at 01:17 PM
"As an alternative to hiring a limo, most limo companies also provide antique and classic cars."

my gtb and i called a bunch of limo companies around bellingham but noone was offering antique cars they just have old limos i guess. can anyone share places where they rent classic cars without a driver? my fiance wants us two to drive away from ceremony to reception and take photos in between

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Check out British Motor Coach. Here is the link to their profile on this site: http://www.weddingventure.com/profiles/limos/british-motor-coach. Site Editor - Dec 09 '11 at 11:31 AM
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We almost went with Classy Chassis Rentals (http://www.classychassisrentals.com/ourcars.html), but then decided to get just a regular limo anyway. Decided it was less stress for my future hubby that way (having to drive and all), plus we can fit all the bridesmaids and groomsmen in that limo. A Z - Dec 09 '11 at 11:38 AM
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have u tried just the regular car rental place (like avis or budget)? i think you can rent a classic car there (might be even cheaper than a specialized place)? Helen - Dec 09 '11 at 11:41 AM
arlynes  |  Dec 08 '11 at 01:10 PM
Do you guys have any specific recommendations on which colors complement each other within each range? Specifically, we're thinking about purple "theme" for our wedding - our wedding planner is advising to also add white and light purple as other two colors in addition to main/leading purple color. Have those worked for anyone here, or what secondary colors would usually go with purple?

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Gustavo  |  Dec 08 '11 at 12:21 AM
Yep, several of our friends got married in Rainier Chapter House of DAR (I think it's Daughters of the American Revolution) over the past few years. It has a pretty cool entertainment area upstairs, a neat ceremony area downstars and a nice lobby and an outdoor area for the breaks. Complete wedding in one spot. Not 100% sure, but I think they might even have a complete kitchen right inside for your catering vendor to use as a staging area.

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If I am not mistaken, they are a public / registered non-profit - as such, their rates are noticeably better than in other places. And the people are really nice. We loved the place, but they were unfortunately sold out for the season, so we did not manage to get them in the end... Anon - Dec 08 '11 at 12:29 AM
Cassey  |  Dec 07 '11 at 09:16 PM
Saw BMC's cars at the last Seattle Bridal Show and have to say I was very impressed! They are a bit pricey though.

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Looking for that perfect wedding dress is soooo hard! I have pretty curvy hips, so whatever dress I try on, really does make me look fat... Any suggestions for the style that would make me look slimmer?

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Site Editor  |  Dec 07 '11 at 08:53 PM
We would suggest the ball gown wedding dress style. This is the classical wedding dress shape that includes a close-fitting bodice, lowered waistline and a full (sometimes very fluffy) skirt (think Cinderella's dress). This “fairy tale” wedding dress style is ideal for “pear-shaped” brides. The full skirt will hide curvy hips and will have a slimming effect on brides with a thick middle.

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Leslie  |  Dec 07 '11 at 08:45 PM
We looked at a LOT of wedding venues when we got engaged, and I have to say Rainier Chapter House is one of the best in Seattle. Very nice and very affordable!

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Question Topic: Father-daughter dance song options
hey guys - don't know if anyone is around on this forum, but do you guys have any recos on the father-daughter dance for the reception? i saw there were only three listed on your site, but i'm looking for any other ideas.

lmk - jill

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memem  |  Dec 07 '11 at 01:13 AM
http://www.projectwedding.com/wedding-ideas/father-daughter-dance-songs. - 7 pages of father-daughter songs

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Site Editor  |  Dec 07 '11 at 01:14 AM
Try Amazon too. They also have a large selection of downloadable MP3 songs that you can preview. http://amzn.to/t1IH26

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Question Topic: Where do I start?
So where do people usually start planning their wedding? Just got engaged, have a list of 1000 things to do, but where do you typically start planning?..

Posted by: Liz
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