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Offline blackr35


  • Joined: Jan 2012

  • Location: adl
+1. Don't be a groomzilla. There's plenty of time to be frustrated AFTER the ring is on the finger.

That said, good luck!



Offline Joel


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Dave

Everyone brings a different attitude to the way weddings should be done, so if you want certain things to happen a certain way then by all means.

On the other hand, having gone through this malarkey nigh on 12 months ago, may I respectfully advocate not giving a fuck about that shit. A groom who does not give a fuck can still have a great time (possibly an even greater time), and as the day unfolds so much other awesome stuff will be happening that things like where the cars are parked will actually not matter as much as you might think it does now.

Good luck!

100% agree I recently got married. Little over 3 weeks ago and I started to worry about stuff and then went for a paddle board with my groomsmen. Relaxed me right down to the point I was almost late. Turned up 5mins before the bride haha

I had a ball cause I just took every moment as it came and you will only remember the positives and not the negatives!!



Offline dkabab

Thanks guys, however it's not something I will let go. We planned this location based on the fact we could get cars there. It's the whole point we chose that spot. And my parter is as adamant about making it happen as I am.

I am a bit of a control freak. Something's I can't let go of. It's why I never get drunk. I hate not being in control.

One day I would ideally like to let go.... But today isn't that day.



Offline mhh

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  • Joined: Feb 2006

  • Location: Adelaide
I had originally organised for the cars to drive on the grass and paid for the privilege. They are now telling me they couldn't get approval from the board and it's just bad luck.

Get anything in writing?



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Offline TomE


  • Joined: Aug 2010

  • Location: ADL
Are they going to stop you on the day?
Apologies are easier than seeking permission.
"There's too many self-Indulgent wieners in this city with too much bloody money! Now, if I was driving a 1967 275 GTB four-cam... "



Offline PA

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Apologies are easier than seeking permission.
Better get used to that theory Dave.



Offline amgsl55

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  • Joined: Feb 2011

  • Location: Adelaide
Emails back and forth and have paid with invoice.

threaten them with Today Tonight



Offline mhh

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  • Joined: Feb 2006

  • Location: Adelaide
Are they going to stop you on the day?
Apologies are easier than seeking permission.

Just a parking fine - though a steep one from memory for parking on parklands.  Not that that will worry Dave - they aren't his cars after all.  :doh:



Offline mhh

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  • Location: Adelaide



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