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Megan and Travis's Wedding
"Medicore. The only 'real' place to register in the city but very bad about having items in stock and even worse about calling to inform you when they arrive. Puts you in an awkward situation when your guests have to ASK you if you've received the gift yet and you say "no" but they were notified that it had arrived. Need to work on communication."
Chelsey and Mike's Wedding
"Although The Bay can be very expensive, they have a lot of sales!! Almost everything on our registry at multiple times went on sale for half price! We love that your registry is valid for a year after you get married so that you can receive a discount on anything afterwards!"
Hilary and Rhen's Wedding
"We went on a cruise to Bermuda. We loved the ship - the Gem! It was beautiful! Unfortunately, my husband had pretty bad sea sickness, but that wasn't the cruiseline's fault. We loved all the activities and free style cruising. We couldn't have been more happy with our honeymoon choice! Oh and sign up for www.honeyfund.com so that your guests can purchase cruise excursions, drinks, or spa services. We signed up for this and loved that our guests payed for all of our expenses (other then the actual cruise tickets). It was fabulous!!"
Nick and Ashley's Wedding
"I remember going to Speedy Printing with my mom before I was even in school! Keith gave me a GREAT rate of $100 for 150 invitations + 76 sheets of double sided postcards!"
Kate & Steve's Wedding
"Damariscotta, aka "downtown", offers restaurants, shops, bars, library and theater. Schooner Landing is the usual locals' watering hole, with live bands on weekends and an outdoor bar and picnic tables on summer afternoons. Also worth visiting are King Eider's Pub, Bistro 74, Damariscotta River Grill, Reny's (for bah-gains), the Lincoln Theater, Damariscotta Pottery,the Accessories Shop, Weatherbird,and the soda counter at Waltz's. Local Maine beers to try: Pemaquid Ale, Geary's, Allagash, Gritty McDuff's."