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Ron & Kristi — October 24, 2009

Yes, it was a commonly-heard phrase during wedding-related conversations. Once we actually counted them, Ron and I were amazed at the number of people we knew. But then, what can you expect from a pair who still keep in touch with friends from as far back as grade school?

Of course, most of the people we know are now married and many have children… and voila! we’ve now tripled our guest list.

So before my parents had a heart attack, we had to make some tough decisions and compromise a little in order to make sure they lived to see the Big Day.

First, we had to more or less eliminate the “…and Guest” portion of the invitation.  Yeah, who wants to go to a wedding alone if you are single?  And who doesn’t want to bring that significant other they’ve been dating?  But think of it this way: its your ugly mug we want in our wedding shots… just YOU.

Secondly, we are asking that this be an adults-only reception.  (We know there are exceptions for kids who are in the wedding party, or infants who may need mom around in order to eat. Just let us know if it isn’t listed on your response card so we can arrange for a high chair at your table). The reception is at romantic winery, so we want our guests to be worry-free and celebrating our union without concern about the kids. Plus… wouldn’t you just love some time away to just enjoy and relax?  I know, Dora the Explorer and Hanna Montana are hard to miss, but we’d appreciate it. 🙂

Also, both the wedding and reception locations are limited on space.  As you will see in the invitation there is a “parking alert” at the house for the ceremony.  There simply wasn’t enough room to allow for our friends, their guests and children.  Sorry folks!

Please know that your attendance and friendship is very important to us and we do hope that our decisions does not deter you from attending!  We hope to see each and every one of you on October 24th.

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