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October 20, 2018
Columbia River, Washington
#PhillipAndChessa

Phillip & Chessa

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When should I RSVP by?

Answer

October 5th, 2018

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What information do you need in my RSVP?

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1. Will you be attending? 2. If yes, how many should we count you in for? 3. Any kids? 4. Will you need any special assistance? EVERYTHING IS WHEELCHAIR ACCESSIBLE. Yeah, we know that’s a lot of questions.

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What time does the ceremony begin?

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The ceremony begins at 5:00 p.m. Please arrive early.

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Are kids welcome?

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Absolutely! <3

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Are you registered? Where?

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Amazon https://www.smile.amazon.com/wedding/share/phillipandchessa REI https://www.rei.com/lists/332542197 Zola http://www.zola.com/registry/phillipandchessa

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Is there a dress code?

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Absolutely not! We care about you, not what you wear. Please wear something that you feel COMFORTABLE and CONFIDENT in. The weather will be a little cool during the day, but will definitely be cool in the evening. We suggest breathable clothing and comfortable shoes, with a jacket for the evening.

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Can I bring a date?

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Yes. Singles are invited to bring a date and/or their children. Families are welcome as a whole or in part. Please let us know how many people to prepare for in your RSVP.

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Will I need to pay for parking?

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No.

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Is there UBER in the city?

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Yes.

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“Can I turn this into a vacation?”

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Yes! Besides the TriCities - Kennewick, Richland and Pasco: three desert cities in Washington’s Wine Country connected by rivers and bridges, we also suggest Walla Walla, Washington - a beautiful farm and wine country, rich in history. Walla Walla is a scenic one-hour drive from the Pasco, Washington Airport (PSC) with plenty of beautiful viewpoints and points of interest along this way. Please be careful on this drive! If you want to vacation in the Pacific Northwest (rainforest/Seattle area), Delta has a one-hour flight from PSC to the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEATAC). If you want travel recommendations, refer to the ‘Things To Do’ page on this website, or contact Chessa. www.zola.com/wedding/phillipandchessa/poi

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I want to experience Eastern Washington’s Wine Country while I’m here. How do you suggest I do that?

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Eastern Washington is known for it’s vast Columbia River, big sky, scenic views and wine. It’s on the same latitude as Italy with similar weather patterns. This crisp weather matched with rich soil from volcanic activity, delivers some of the best wine in the world. Cabernet Sauvignon and Bordeaux blends are Washington’s highest ranking. Wineries are good for socializing, gourmet dining, peace, quiet, excellent views, fresh air, romance, and live music. A flight - an order of multiple small samples, is an affordable way to sample some of the world’s best. If you want to know more about what you’re drinking, order a wine tasting. Be sure to tip. Wineries I suggest: www.zola.com/wedding/phillipandchessa/poi If you want to stay in TriCities and visit multiple wineries within one afternoon/evening, I suggest wine tastings at each of the “Trio Wineries” I listed on the above webpage. If you’d like more in-depth tours of the wineries, I suggest taking a tour like Fruit of The Vine.

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