Rach's Planning In Pics

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    Mrsg2b2011

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    Aah thanks hun. It was very fiddly to start but once I had the 1st row on it got easier as something to balance the next row onto if you know what I mean? It took about 3 and half hours & that included me watching my ghost whisperer which was quite spooky last night so had to keep stopping otherwise I would have stuck a red hot tool into my hand or leg or something!!! :). xxx
     
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    Ah sweetie it's gorgeous, I am sooo jealous! I havn't use my glue gun yet......it intimidates me!!!!

    Wanted to do groom socks for Spence and I set out all of the gems on the sock then chickened out! My excuse is I havn't got craft tweezers!!!!!
     
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    Haha go for it hun. Wosts case is that it goes wrong & you have to buy a new pair of socks from Primarni!! I thiught that about my shoes. ust glad they cost £20 not £200. Mind you if they cost that much they would proabaly already have bling heels!!! I found tweezers to fiddly to use mind you they weren't craft ones just the ones I use for my eyebrows lol. Think that is your homework now for tonight. To make a pair of groom socks! :) xxx
     
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    Bugger, now you've thrown down the gauntlet havn't you?!?!
     
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    your shoes are BRILLIANT! :)

    well done! I'm sure the other one will look just as fab.

    ju - you've got to remember to stretch the socks before you put the gems on, or they will pop off when the boys put them on! (do them over a cannister or something)
     
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    Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!

    That makes so much sense yet I wouldn't have thought to have done that!

    Ju xxx
     
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    Those shoes looks amazing! :)
     
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    The shoes look fab - you'll have to tell us how to do it, i was planning on doing that too!
     
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    Those shoes are amaaazing! Pleeeeease can I send some over to you when it finally gets round to my wedding, I'm crap at stuff like that, no patience! :)
     
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    they look fab
    think i might do something like that if i cant find any pale blue shoes.
     
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    Yes hun no probs. I actually really enjoyed it! xxx
     
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    Thanks hun I bought the gems from ebay they are hotfix ones & fixed them using a hotfix gun: http://www.scattercrystals.co.uk/kandi-professional-touch-applicator-737-p.asp. It have different applicators in the kit they are designed so you can just pick the gems up with it & stick onto whatever you are sticking them on to. This is why they must be hotfix crystals as they have the glue inside that melts & sticks to the fabric. I found it easier though to use the flat tipped applicator & just placed onto of the gem when it was in position to melt the glue.
    If you use the applicator you may find the gems get stuck inside!!! Just mind your fingers those because it bloody hurts if you touch it :( :lol:xxx
     
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    Ohhhhh loving your shoes what a fab idea :(
     
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    Thanks hun. Just got to order some more crystals now so I can do the other shoe!! xxx
     
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    Right ladies, my wedding is now finally almost here & I think I need to desperately update my planning thread!!!
    I will do as much as I can. The 1st ot of pics will be from my camera so good quality the ones later on will be pff my pjone so please excuse if they look a bit poor!


    ok so this is my sisters dress ( my moh)
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    And the brooch thats on there, the same brooch is on the other 2 adult dresses & my nieces dress, who's 10
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    Bailey's dress my 10 year old niece, she has the same colour as the adults as feel she was a bit too old for the pink dresses the little ones will be wearing
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    not sure if to put her brooch on the waist though....
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    The little girls dresses
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    The little ones wands
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    They have their names on...
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    The adults flowers
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    Ryan is wearing a little black suit, this is his waistcoat (it matches his daddy's)
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    These are his shoes
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    This is the other colour waistcoat the groomsmen will be wearing
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    My adults bridesmaid shoes, a bargain at £9 a pair instead of £30! We love a BHS sale
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    My shoes that I wore on my hen do that I will be taking with me in case my others shoes make my feet sore
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    The button holes
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    My mums button hole, My grandmas favorite flower was a yellow rose & my uncle (my mums brother) passed away last year at home & as he passed away his yellow rose bush in his garden bloomed. Spooky I know!!! So I got my mum a yellow rose as this is obviously very sentimental for her
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    My flowers....I bought these for £17 off of ebay, love them but they came with pearls and I am not a lover of pearls and don't have them anywhere else in the wedding so I took them off & went to hobbycraft & bought some crystals & blinged my flowers lol
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    (excuse the mess you can see I have been pulling al the wedding stuff out to take pics)
     
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    Our invites, Marks brother designed them & Mark got them printed for free at work....result!!
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    Our posting box for cards
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    (i just need to put some diamntes on here so bling it up a bit, just a couple on the writing)



    Our guest book
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    Rach it all looks fab, Love your shoes and your blinged up flowers - can't wait for your report and pic's from the day.

    Ryan is going to look adorable in his outfit, as for the young bridesmaid I think I prefer the brooch on the waist. :rolleyes:
     
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    Our cake topper am sure it will look better on the cake though
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    My tiara
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    Me & the adult bridesmaids are all having side buns these are the bm's hair combs
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    My moh's hair comb
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    My hair comb
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    My veil which my SIL has very kindly lent me which has crydtal drops on the end
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    My hair trial
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    The car bows which will be going on the white 7 series BMW that I am borrowing from work (whole other story behind that will fill you in on another post)
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    the wooden letters that Mark spray painted silver that will be going on the registrars table
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    And the ones for the top table
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    The little bridesmaids head bands
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    My 10 year old nieces head band
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    My wedding ring
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    Mark's ring
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    My jewellery
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