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LIWeddings Archive Posted: Jan 01, 2000 02:00 PM+
MEMBER SINCE: 12/69 TOTAL POSTS : 18488 WEDDING DATE: Dec 31, 1969
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Geroge Washington Manor

I will be getting married there in April 2000. Anybody else getting married there? Any helpful suggestions or reassurances? Also, I will be having the max. # of guests, 150. Did anyone find it small and crowded?

I got the paper from Kinkos, it was 5x7 hard paper with the trim of all wedding stuff (cake, veil, limo...)It was elegant, not tacky. I did it on the computer, it was short and sweet and I also put my webpage address on it, so the guests can see more details.

Less than 6 months to go, a ton more to do. I'm going to miss all the planning, but it will also be a relieve. Time to move on to new things.

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LIWeddings Archive Posted: Jan 01, 2000 02:00 PM+
MEMBER SINCE: 12/69 TOTAL POSTS : 18488 WEDDING DATE: Dec 31, 1969
Posted: Jan 01, 2000 02:00 PM bride-minus.png

Geroge Washington Manor

CC,

I didn't get married at the G.W. Manor, but I did play a wedding there within the past year. Very simply, everything was excellent! Very friendly,courteous and most of all, professional staff.

The room was split for the cocktail and reception and was seperated by a sofa, so it did seem a bit tight to me. I do not recall how many guests there were, I would guess about 70-80. In any case there are other rooms as I'm sure you know.

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