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post #16 of 25

What at great ending for the start of a new chapter!!

 

Phew - You must be so so relieved?   I know I would be.

 

This just goes to show that there are still considerate people, in this world who sincerly appreciate the people that come into their lives.

 

So happy your worrying is now over.

 

All the best with your/their wedding Cake for 250 servings...lol

 

x

The Sky is the Limit... If you ARE prepared to fly.

 

Success is not a destination...it's a journey.

 

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The Sky is the Limit... If you ARE prepared to fly.

 

Success is not a destination...it's a journey.

 

http://www.noveltycakeslondon.com

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post #17 of 25
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Apti------ WONDERFULLY SAID, I couldn't have said it better. Thank you!!

and thank you to all of you for taking the time to help me and write a response.

post #18 of 25

Cake friends make our hearts glow.  

post #19 of 25
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post #20 of 25

Such nice people, I can see why they deserve your gracious offer.

post #21 of 25
Thread Starter 

They really are thumbs_up.gif

post #22 of 25
It is wonderful when a young couple just starting life together demonstrate they possess qualities that make for a lasting marriage.
This couple certainly shows they have green brought up to understand that the offer of a gift does not extend beyond what is
offered. How refreshing!
post #23 of 25

Hmmmm ....... how can you be assume that they are a young couple just starting their lives together? Maybe they're in their fifties and have been living together for thirty years?

 

Anyway, they sound lovely and very understanding.

post #24 of 25
Good point, Godot, but the reason I thought they might be younger is because, in my own experiences, when a guest list jumps from 150 to 250 it is usually a younger couple who all of a sudden have discovered protocol for invitations to weddings, or who have family members (like the parents or siblings) who have suddenly mentioned that if they invite so-and-so they really ought to invite this person and that person. Generally, in my own experiences, the older the couple the less likely the numbers change too much from the original count, which has usually been padded to some degree anyway.

At a wedding we attended a while ago, the couple had no idea of invitation protocol within even the family structure or boyfriend / girlfriend / significant other or partner relationships etc. When they discovered their mistake the guest list changed really quickly. Generally speaking, older couples already seem aware of the social graces, where often times the young folks Re still learning.

Best, Amanda
post #25 of 25
Thread Starter 

Yes AmandaVermont, they are a young couple, and they are just starting out, I'm so impressed with how they handled this situation, that it is my pleasure to do this for them. I am also impressed with the cakers who have taken the time to comment. Thank you for your lovely words.

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