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WEDDING DATE:

Oct 03, 2009

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  • Last updated on October 12, 2009 at 10:40 am
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NON PRO PICS photo 1 AT THE HOTEL GETTING READY

 

NON PRO PICS photo 2 IN THE LIMO WITH ONE OF MY MOH

 NON PRO PICS photo 3 awww dad/ papi

NON PRO PICS photo 4 WALKING DOWN WITH DAD

 

 

NON PRO PICS photo 5 THE BLESSING

 

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NON PRO PICS photo 7 THE UNITY CANDLE LIGHTING

 

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NON PRO PICS photo 9 RECEPTION ENTRANCE

NON PRO PICS photo 10 first dance

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NON PRO PICS photo 12 FIRST DANCE

 

NON PRO PICS photo 13 LOVE THE BUBBLES

 

NON PRO PICS photo 14  our cake!  i love it!!

 

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NON PRO PICS photo 16  after he fed me...what a gentleman

 

NON PRO PICS photo 17 after i fed him the cake ;)

 

NON PRO PICS photo 18 some groomsmen singing their hearts out to journey!!

 

NON PRO PICS photo 19 some of the fam

 

NON PRO PICS photo 20  mom & dad

 

NON PRO PICS photo 21      NON PRO PICS photo 22  photo booth!!

 

  • Last updated on July 13, 2009 at 6:44 am
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We will be having both ceremony and reception at Eolia Mansion at Harkness State Park, Waterford, CT.

This is a special place for the both of us. It is where Felix's parents took their wedding and 25th wedding anniversary pictures, as well as his prom pictures. Also, Felix and I completed a 26 mile breast cancer walk in honor of our aunts and breast cancer survivors. The walk ended at the park. This year that breast cancer walk is on the same day as the wedding but will end in a different area of the park. This is not only fitting to us but we consider it fate.

 

Ceremony Reception Site photo 1        Ceremony Reception Site photo 2

  • Last updated on July 13, 2009 at 6:20 am
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On Thanksgiving weekend in 2007 we planned to take a trip to New York City to see the sites and some of my family. We went to one of our favorite places, The Metropolitan Museum of Art. We entered the new Greek section, passed the chariot and entered into the jewelry section. We were looking at some ancient rings and I said "Aren't these nice!". Felix replied, " Not as nice as this one", where I turned my head and he was on one knee. After the tears and kisses we called our parents and were so excited that we left the musuem  and took a walk in central park, where we shared out first meal....franks and a soda.

  • Last updated on July 13, 2009 at 6:11 am
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A good friend and groomsman of Felix introduced him to myspace.com to meet local people once he came back home from college. All of his friends from high school were long gone and he needed to re-establish a social life that was once pretty active in the city of Boston. So one boring day at work he signed up and started asking a bunch of random people to be his 'friend'....I know, it sounds pretty sad. Anyways, I was one of the locals that accepted him as friend. We started off with some simple chat, and after a few corny jokes and some cheezy pictures, I asked him out. I guess we are examples of the new age.....this was no old fashion meeting.