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    Sunny D! the other drink was Bacardi Limon and Sunny D over crushed ice.

    hate it when the mind goes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1DisneyNut View Post
    Those are excellent suggestions. Using the blue raspberry vodka in sprite, 7up, or sierra mist would be a pretty good all around drink that would appeal to most. The carbonation in the soda along with the little bit of sweetness is a good combination that will make the drink pop. Now I want to make one and try it out. lol
    I can tell you the Watermelon one was really really good.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tink1 View Post
    Sunny D! the other drink was Bacardi Limon and Sunny D over crushed ice.

    hate it when the mind goes.

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    I want an Orange Hi-C drink. I may need one after all of this is over. :P
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    These are the drinks that the venue randomly picked for her. Any thoughts? Some of the other ones you guys said sounded a lot tastier to me.

    1. Moscow Mule you will need to bring lime juice, ginger beer, and vodka WTR will provide lime slices

    2. Sea Breeze WTR will provide Grapefruit Juice, Cranberry Juice, and Lime slices for this drink You will bring the vodka

    3. Apple Pie Punch WTR will provide ginger ale You will bring Apple Cider Pear Nectar Apple Slices, and Vodka for this drink

    4 Refreshing Pear Drink You will provide Pear Vodka Pear Juice. WTR will provide Peach or Pear Sparkling water whatever is available.
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    I thought they were providing 2 hard liquors and the drinks needed to be made from one of those but these recipes each have you providing the vodka/flavored vodka (along with other ingredients), I'm confused

    I'll be an easy guest, nothing fancy, I'll have vodka with ice cubes please
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    Quote Originally Posted by VWL Mom View Post
    I thought they were providing 2 hard liquors and the drinks needed to be made from one of those but these recipes each have you providing the vodka/flavored vodka (along with other ingredients), I'm confused

    I'll be an easy guest, nothing fancy, I'll have vodka with ice cubes please
    We have to provide the alcohol, but we can only bring two hard liquors and the drinks need to be made from those. My daughter says she doesn't like those, but I think what she really doesn't like is them telling her what to do.
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    I just wanted to give you guys a quick update and tell you that you all are amazing.
    It was decided that the Sleeping Beauty would not be used (thanks for the heads up that it wouldn't be good for most people).
    The Apple Cranberry Moscow Mule will be used and the Sprite with UV Blue Raspberry Vodka.
    Phew! So glad that is over with.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Cinderelley View Post
    I just wanted to give you guys a quick update and tell you that you all are amazing.
    It was decided that the Sleeping Beauty would not be used (thanks for the heads up that it wouldn't be good for most people).
    The Apple Cranberry Moscow Mule will be used and the Sprite with UV Blue Raspberry Vodka.
    Phew! So glad that is over with.
    Glad you were able to come to an agreement on the drinks. The more I hear about wedding planning these days, the happier I am to be the parent of a boy. Everything is so complicated and expensive! Kind of like planning a trip to WDW, lol!
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    Quote Originally Posted by MNNHFLTX View Post
    Glad you were able to come to an agreement on the drinks. The more I hear about wedding planning these days, the happier I am to be the parent of a boy. Everything is so complicated and expensive! Kind of like planning a trip to WDW, lol!
    This is my third wedding to plan in a year's time, and the other two were rather easy. I wouldn't call my daughter a Bridezilla, but she definitely likes things her way. (I wonder where she gets that? :P)

    Don't be so sure that being the parent of the groom frees you from anything. My two boys and their wives expected me to do most of the planning for their weddings. My family has planned so many weddings, we could probably do it in our sleep.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MNNHFLTX View Post
    Glad you were able to come to an agreement on the drinks. The more I hear about wedding planning these days, the happier I am to be the parent of a boy. Everything is so complicated and expensive! Kind of like planning a trip to WDW, lol!
    Oh Beth, I too thought I would "wear beige, open my wallet and shut my mouth" being the mom of 2 boys. THAT did not come to fruition! My son's bride was from Beijing, her parents were coming over and I had 6 weeks to plan a wedding.

    That is when you thank the good Lord for sisters and good friends.

    Glad the Sprite and UV Blue Raspberry Vodka worked!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cinderelley View Post
    This is my third wedding to plan in a year's time, and the other two were rather easy. I wouldn't call my daughter a Bridezilla, but she definitely likes things her way. (I wonder where she gets that? :P)

    Don't be so sure that being the parent of the groom frees you from anything. My two boys and their wives expected me to do most of the planning for their weddings. My family has planned so many weddings, we could probably do it in our sleep.
    Well, I figure we will be doing some planning someday, as parents of the groom. But if we end up doing more of the actual ceremony and reception, it will be a simpler event. Back when my husband and I got married, we did all the planning long distance, since he was living in New Hampshire at the time, I was in Florida and the wedding was in Minnesota. We paid for the majority of the wedding, including tux rentals and bridesmaids dresses (only two bridesmaids), cake, catering (BBQ, salads and desserts), flowers. We had beer, wine, champagne and whatever alcohol the rest of the family wanted to contribute. My family did help with some expenses and logistics, because they lived in Minnesota! Aside from my dress, I had to order everything pretty much over the phone since the internet wasn't a "thing" back then. After our first dance, we changed into casual clothes and played volleyball with our friends and family at our reception, which was held at my brother's country place. It was one of the most relaxed, happy and comfortable weddings I have ever been to, if I do say so myself.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MNNHFLTX View Post
    Well, I figure we will be doing some planning someday, as parents of the groom. But if we end up doing more of the actual ceremony and reception, it will be a simpler event. Back when my husband and I got married, we did all the planning long distance, since he was living in New Hampshire at the time, I was in Florida and the wedding was in Minnesota. We paid for the majority of the wedding, including tux rentals and bridesmaids dresses (only two bridesmaids), cake, catering (BBQ, salads and desserts), flowers. We had beer, wine, champagne and whatever alcohol the rest of the family wanted to contribute. My family did help with some expenses and logistics, because they lived in Minnesota! Aside from my dress, I had to order everything pretty much over the phone since the internet wasn't a "thing" back then. After our first dance, we changed into casual clothes and played volleyball with our friends and family at our reception, which was held at my brother's country place. It was one of the most relaxed, happy and comfortable weddings I have ever been to, if I do say so myself.

    That sounds like an amazingly fun time.
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