Hours: 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Tickets: Tickets vary in price from $10 for general admission purchased in advance and $12 at the door, to a party pack of five tickets for $40. Ticket includes shopping, bowling, beer samples between noon and 2 p.m., attendance to all DIY wedding panels in the downstairs lounge, all-day dance party and complimentary photo booth. The Bright Blooms Bouquet workshop tickets are sold separately but include free admission to the Local Union event. Tickets are $65 and can be purchased through the Lush & Lovely Floristry Eventbrite site. Parking: There are two lots directly north and south of The Nash and the Presrite Corporation is allowing use of their large lots down the street at 3665 E. 78 th St. with shuttle service running about every 15 minutes provided by The West Side Shuffle.
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The last thing you want is for the bride and groom to look back at their photos and only focus on how hot and sweaty the bridal party looked. Pack oil-blotting papers (and even a lightweight cloth) to dab away any sweaty spots for those perfect photo ops. Antiperspirant Whether youre standing in the bridal party or sitting under the hot sun during the ceremony, you most likely want to stay fresh throughout the day. Purchase a travel-size antiperspirant spray and keep it close by. By using the spray, its easier to share hygienically and while most summer clothes are typically light and airy, this extra step toward smelling nice will be appreciated by everyone in your party. Insect repellant When travelling, we all want to believe were existing in a utopia where sun burns, snow and insects dont exist but this isnt true. Be a party life saver and pack insect repellant. Itll save your evenings allowing you to enjoy a sunset ceremony on the beach. Insect repellant will keep pesky sand fleas and mosquitos at bay while the couple exchange their I dos. Spare pair of flip flops While some people hoard flip flops like theyre going out of style, having a spare pair on a trip is always handy. Despite being loved for their lightweight and flimsy style, these sandals are easier to break and may result in a beach crisis if you dont have anything else to change into.
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2) Model 3 Tesla: $35,000 The Model 3 Tesla is billed as the Tesla for the masses. (Tesla) Lets sayyoure in the market for a less-clunky vehicle than a food truck. Theres the Tesla for the masses , available at just $35,000 (compared to their other models, which range from$68,000 to $140,000 ). After the electric-vehicle tax credit , youll have $7,000 or so left over tofund your honeymoon. 3) Feed 350school children, on weekends, for an entire school year: $35,000 The average amount spent on catering at a wedding in 2016 was $71 per guest. Now, the full price of a weddingcould provide food for350 school childrenon the weekends. According to its website, the nonprofit organization Blessings in a Backpack provides food to 89,000 children whoget free meals at school but cant always count on being fed over the weekends. 4) Tiny home: $35,000 An in-progress tiny home,projected to ultimately cost around $35,000. (TinyHouseBlog.com) In a tiny home (typically 300 square feet), youd have no room for wedding gifts anyway, so good thing youre skipping the nuptials.The Tiny House Blog puts the average contractor-built tinyhouseat $35,000 , though theres quite a range out there. 5) Go on $35,000 worth of extravagant dinner dates Lets see:For about$16,000, two people can dine at the worlds 12 most expensive restaurants according to this list from Forbes in New York, Spain, France, Japan, Beverly Hills and more.
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