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Ganiyu Pierre Gasper ([email protected])
Date:Wed 10 Dec 2008 15:55:44 GMT
Subject:Organization and communication
  If there is anyone in this world that understand the importance of organization and communication it’s a bride/ and her mother/ in law :-)Often family and guests will travel from all over the globe to attend a wedding. Imagine the stress of taking countless calls and emails requesting information relating to:
The wedding venues.
The gift list.
The accommodation.
Facilities for children,
Schedule of the day.
Claire and Jim have designed a fantastic website to assist family and friends get the essential information they need.You can see it by visiting site is available through a company called

Don’t forget to let others know what you think of this resource by responding to this post.Fantastic!
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Ganiyu Pierre Gasper – Principal Photographer ([email protected])
Date:Wed 16 Jul 2008 01:00:56 BST
Subject:I want some posed and some natural shots.
 I get quite a few calls and during the course of my conversations I will hear this statement allot. What you probably mean is you don’t want too many traditional images in your wedding album. Traditional images are wonderful and require great skill but images such as the groom jumping in the air kicking his heels together are a thing of the eighties and nineties, again not a bad thing but the poses can be considered dated. The style of photography you are thinking of is commonly known or referred to as, “natural”, “reportage”, “photojournalism” and “candid photography”. In my opinion they all share the same ideal or principal and that is – to capture the moment as it is unfolding. If i was to describe my style i would say it was a mixture of all the above including some posed shots. Regards, Gan
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Gary Walker ([email protected])
Date:Sun 13 Apr 2008 22:36:30 BST
Subject:Working out your wedding costs
 Hi Ganiyu. You should put your tips on the site for all to see. This was a great tool to help work out our costs. Many thanks. 
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Sam ([email protected])
Date:Wed 09 Apr 2008 15:43:46 BST
Subject:Money instead of gifts
 My partner and I are getting married and already have everything we need. Instead of creating a gift list we wanted to ask for monetary gifts to help pay for changes we wanted to make within our home. How do we word the question on the invites without offending our guests family and friends?
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Helpful Andy ([email protected])
Date:Wed 09 Apr 2008 15:40:25 BST
Subject:Top 10 honeymoon destinations.
 1) ITALY – Rome for its shopping and land marks, Florence for its picturesque side streets and The Uffizi, Tuscany for its beautiful rolling hills and cuisine and the Amalfi coast for its stunning coastline. 2) HAWAII – the tranquil oasis of Lanai, the vibrant Oahu, the dramatic waterfalls of Kauai and the awesome Waikiki beach. 3) TAHITI – the intimate islands of Moorea, and Bora Bora with with white sandy beaches. 4) Costa Rica. 5) MEXICO – combines Mayan temples, Spanish colonial churches and fabulous Caribbean beaches all rolled into one. Try Cozumel, Punta Mita Zihuatenajo, Cancun, Acapulco and Ixtapa. 6) FRANCE – the stunning city of Paris, of the French countryside which includes delights such as Bordeaux, Provence, Cote d’Azur or the sumptuous Champagne region. 7) MALDIVES – with over 1000, islands you can guarantee intimacy, coupled with crystal clear waters, blue lagoons and stunning underwater coral. 8) ANGUILLA. 9) FIJI – exotic Fiji offers stunning coral reefs, amazing waterfalls and beautiful beaches. 10) GREECE – choose from a selection of stunning islands such as Santorini or Crete and experience white cliff topped homes, a delightful Greek cuisine.
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