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A tale of two weddings - marriage-wedding

 

In the next six months, my son, daughter, and
grandson are all being paid married. Our ancestors is
spread diagonally Ontario and the United States,
so I'm thankful to be active in the computer
generation. Wedding plans not including the
advantage of the Internet and email would
be a long, awkward process.

To get my point across, let's visit the homes
of Miss Advanced and Miss Pre-Computer as
they coach for their exceptional days:

Miss Contemporary has an idea of the venue she
would like for her wedding and spends an
evening researching on the Internet. She
looks at films of atypical halls, along
with prices, menus, and features
included. After deciding on three
possibilities, she emails to ask if they
would be accessible on the wedding date.
One hall is booked, so Miss M. and her
fiance will go to see both halls and make
a final decision. Announcement and menu
changes are done by email.

Miss M. designs a list for her guest
list. Additions and changes are by far made.
Invitations are fashioned using special
wedding software and elegant blank cards.
Easy, beautiful and inexpensive.

Again using the list and a signature
font, Miss M. creates mailing labels (using
transparent labels) for 200 associates in less
than an hour. To build bespoke reply
cards, she uses mail merge and the computer
inserts names on each card.

A next of kin in a different countryside would like
photos of the fasten for a exceptional wedding
gift. Using a digital camera, the photos
are taken and emailed in a lot of time
for the gift to be made.

There are devoted questions from the
guests about accommodation nearby, what
is all wearing, what do the young
couple need? Emails fulfil many of the
questions and guests are given a website
for the honeymoon registry. Items still desired
are planned here, can be purchased not including
leaving home and will be delivered to the
reception. This is a big help to people
coming from a distance.

Miss Advanced relaxes while she and her
future partner look at marriage spots
- on the Internet of course!

Miss Pre- Computer, on the other hand,
has had a headache for days. Too many
things to do and not an adequate amount time.
After weekends spent looking at
various halls, she and her fiance can't
take it any longer and book the next
one they visit.

The guest list has been typed out, but
some chief associates were missed and
there are duplicates on the list. Miss
Pre-C is not a fast typist when she's
stressed, so has to re-do the 200 guest
list a amount of times already it's right.

Her days are constantly interrupted by
phone calls from guests with questions
about the wedding. The long distance
bill is emergent every day.

A associate recommends a good printer
for invitations, but he is out of town,
and an added examination begins.
The invitations are beautiful, so
Miss Pre-C begins addressing the
200 envelopes. Never praised for
her handwriting, the last of the
envelopes is barely readable. She
decides to try again tomorrow.

Relatives need cinema of the couple
for a distinctive gift. The photos are
mailed and after frantic calls to the
post office, are as a final point delivered, too
late to use.

More long coldness calls so gifts aren't
duplicated.

A frantic call from Gramma at the border.
Customs officials are questioning her and
are captivating apart the gifts. By means of her
tears, Gramma explains that the 50 items
had been by yourself wrapped.

Miss Pre-C takes a deep breath and
considers eloping.

P. S. If you still need convincing, my son
met his forthcoming bride on the Internet!


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