01 May 2008

Blog tag...

So I was visiting one of my favorite blogs "for the lack of money" and came accross her link for "broom jumping bride" and while reading her blog I found these rules for playing Blog Tag:

1. Link to the person that tagged you and post the rules on your blog.
2. Share 5 things that you look forward to about your wedding.
3. Tag 1 new person to keep it going.
4. Let each person know that they have been tagged by leaving a comment on their blog.

So, now I finally get to reach back into my childhood and play tag again! What fun!

7 comments:

GetMarried4Less said...

um.....i this doesnt seem very appropriate to your post, but whatev, lol...

thanks for sharing your site link! i finally grabbed a minute to check it out this morning.it looks great and very informative for your guests!

Did you incl a the PIN on each invite? does each invite have its own specific PIN?

I like this option....not quite sure how well it would work for my elderly and not computer savvy family members. have you had much trouble with that?

Lady T said...

i was never that great at playing tag.....usually i couldnt keep up or would always get caught....

but here goes!

1. The wedding planning being over!!! man, oh man!

2. MOVING.....living with the fam to save money to have the wedding was not the most sane decision i have ever made in life, lol....

3. QUITTING my current job and getting a new one in FH city. hate. job. (shudder)

4. Living and sharing life together. all that great married stuff.

5. SEX! Can I say that here? yeah....looking forward to some good ole nuptial nooky, *wink*

GetMarried4Less/LadyT said...

sorry for the additional comment....both of those up there are me......i confuse myself. i need to pick one and stick with it, huh?

CaliOC said...

ladyt -- So all this time I thought you were two different people! Funny :-)
So here is how the website RSVP works. Each invite gets an RSVP card with our website on it and a PIN number. We also put my parents phone number on the RSVP card. So, for those that understand the internet, they simpley go to the site, type in their pin, select if they are coming or not, and make their dinner selections (they can also request a song if they wish). For those that are not so tech savvy, they will call to RSVP and my mom will log in for them (she has a master list with all of the PINs) to complete the RSVP. What makes this so useful is that the website program keeps track of everything for me and has a program for the seating chart (based on RSVPs) and the seating cards. My mom already RSVPd for my Grandma and she said it was super easy and she could see how in the end it is going to be a huge time saver! For those who go to the website, it gives them a chance to see a little more about the wedding and events, and it gives them your registry without being tacky. Let me know if you have any other questions!

Lady T said...

this is cool!

now, i dont know what to do bc my fI decides to be helpful and goes off and buys all the stamps we'll need for RSVPs! we dont mail bills so what else would i do with that many stamps?

lol....i can't fuss bc any help is good help, right?

Dana said...

I posted my tag!!!

CaliOC said...

Lady T -- maybe you could sell the postage on weddingbee?