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    (Original post by TheQueenOfComputerScience)
    Ha ha we kept it to people we would actually see on a regular basis. So immediate family and Johns' siblings partners, a few select aunts and uncles and close friends (we have differnt friends). I'm hoping with 50 we will be able to spend time with everyone and not have one of those crazy weddings where noone actully gets to talk to the couple.

    If we had of invited all the various aunts, uncles, cousins and given people plus ones it would have been 200 easily, total hell!
    Hehe you should see Indian weddings, 300 as minimum, usually rising to 600. It's stupid.
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    I've not actually looked at wedding dresses or anything; I'll not be getting married for quite some time!


    I do want something simple and lovely but don't think I need to spend a fortune on it. I'd prefer an amazing honeymoon!
 
 
 
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