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The Wedding Website of Andrew Borgeson and Erika Mann
Kindly RSVP by June 14. If you have more questions or have trouble rsvp-ing, please email rsvp@andrewerika.com.
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Why Ojai?

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We want to give our loved ones an excuse for a fun weekend getaway! Additionally, Ojai is a beautiful and charming town full of rich family history for Andrew. It's his hometown. His father, Chris, also grew up here. His great great grandfather, owned a farm here. His older sisters, Claire and Eliza, got married here. We want to carry on the tradition.

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Will there be a name change?

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Yes! Erika will change her name to Erika Mann Borgeson.

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When should I book my accommodation?

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Book ASAP! Ojai is a popular travel destination. We strongly recommend booking your accommodation at least 6 months in advance.

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Where should I stay?

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We booked out Casa Ojai Inn for the weekend. However, if you want to explore other options, we recommend the following hotels/inns: Capri Hotel Ojai Rancho Inn Caravan Outpost Hummingbird Inn Ojai Valley Inn Chantico Inn Ventura Beach Marriott Unfortunately, there are no Airbnb or homestay options in Ojai. Reach out to us if you want more recommendations.

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What should I bring to Ojai?

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Julys are hot in Ojai. Please pack hats, sunscreen, bug spray, and a water bottle.

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What's the dress code?

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Fun, festive, colorful! Show off your personal style and wear what's comfortable for you (and will keep you cool). We only ask that you don't wear jeans, sweats, tuxes, or ball gowns. We also strongly advise against sharp or tall heels because the ceremony and reception will be on a grassy outdoor area.

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Can I bring my children?

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This will be an adults-only celebration with the exception of children participating in the ceremony.

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Can I bring a plus one?

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Unfortunately, we're unable to offer every guest a plus one. Thanks for understanding.

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How will I get to the venue?

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We're providing two shuttles to transport you to and from the venue. Check back here for shuttle pick up locations and schedule.

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Will there be a Money Dance?

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Yes! The Money Dance, also known as the Prosperity Dance, Apron Dance, or Sayaw ng Pera is a tradition in many Filipino weddings. The dance is meant to wish the couple prosperity and good fortune in their future together. For Andrew and Erika, the importance of the Money Dance is in the tradition and ceremony so all denominations, even Ones, are perfectly fine! If you wish to participate, bring cash in any amount you wish to contribute. A short summary of the tradition here: http://weddingsinthephilippines.com/money-dance/ Visit the Gallery for photos of Jocelyn and Gary's (Erika's parents) Money Dance!

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