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    Posted: Jun 21 2014 at 6:27am
You'll get a fancy save the date and invitation.

My boo said he won't negotiate with that old school word of mouth ish lol.
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I'll be waitin' on my invite Jones.
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The ceremony will be formal.
The reception an all out party.

I've seen some cute chic crab boil receptions on pinterest
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Originally posted by Majesty02 Majesty02 wrote:

Ultimately people should do what is best for them according to their situation, not society’s standards of how things should be done.  

 

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2 years tops
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Evelyn Lozada should know.
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Originally posted by f8dagrate f8dagrate wrote:

Originally posted by NJHairLuv NJHairLuv wrote:

Originally posted by rickysrose rickysrose wrote:

I don't know why but I see you having a formal, glam wedding NJ



nah, i never pictured a traditional formal wedding for myself, even
since early childhood. i want lil kids running wild, old folks laughing
and the rest juking, twerking, getting their eagle on, line dancing and
dancing like james brown at the receptionLOL.




I don't care if you don't know me or like me. But best believe I'm crashing this wedding [<:o)]

ClapClapClapSee, thats the best thing about it. There is no need for a strict head count, strict guest list etc when it is a casual, well planned bbq wedding. I hate when people have to turn down friends and extended family members or say 'no children allowed' b/c the per plate cost is prohibitive.  No need for guests that have already paid $$$ to travel to have to pay $$$$ for expensive dresses & suits.


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Originally posted by NJHairLuv NJHairLuv wrote:

Originally posted by rickysrose rickysrose wrote:

I don't know why but I see you having a formal, glam wedding NJ



nah, i never pictured a traditional formal wedding for myself, even
since early childhood. i want lil kids running wild, old folks laughing
and the rest juking, twerking, getting their eagle on, line dancing and
dancing like james brown at the receptionLOL.

my
cousin's bbq wedding was on the grounds of his wife's family's very
stately home. the guests were super casual in bbq attire. the wedding
party had on their formal wear tux gown etc for the ceremony, then went
in the house and changed into their jeans, cut off tee shirts, flip
flips, sneakers and the reception began.

They had a big company
come in with the best bbq (ribs pulled pork, burgers sausage, etc) and
these huge bbq grills. big tent outdoors to eat & to party. big
separate play area for the kids including the motorized cars and a play
house. Since it was on private property with many acres, the music could
blast as loud and wild as they wanted so it was as a true celebration.LOL

i'll see if the pix are on my computer & if yes, i will post 1-2 of them. BBQ weddings are greatSmile




I don't care if you don't know me or like me. But best believe I'm crashing this wedding [<:o)]
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anything beyond two years imo

good venues

good entertainment

cost

logistics

all that takes time to plan.
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Originally posted by NJHairLuv NJHairLuv wrote:

Originally posted by rickysrose rickysrose wrote:

I don't know why but I see you having a formal, glam wedding NJ


nah, i never pictured a traditional formal wedding for myself, even since early childhood. i want lil kids running wild, old folks laughing and the rest juking, twerking, getting their eagle on, line dancing and dancing like james brown at the receptionLOL.

my cousin's bbq wedding was on the grounds of his wife's family's very stately home. the guests were super casual in bbq attire. the wedding party had on their formal wear tux gown etc for the ceremony, then went in the house and changed into their jeans, cut off tee shirts, flip flips, sneakers and the reception began.

They had a big company come in with the best bbq (ribs pulled pork, burgers sausage, etc) and these huge bbq grills. big tent outdoors to eat & to party. big separate play area for the kids including the motorized cars and a play house. Since it was on private property with many acres, the music could blast as loud and wild as they wanted so it was as a true celebration.LOL

i'll see if the pix are on my computer & if yes, i will post 1-2 of them. BBQ weddings are greatSmile

I feel you NJ.
I was a crab boil for my reception .
Just a big party
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