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For our first date he took me to a chinese restaurant and afterwards we shared our first kiss outside the restaurant.
Since then we've been on many dates.” “I first contacted Rod when I saw his diary post.
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I love the bright colours and the effect you get with the cut out shapes and I really wanted to design some save the dates that had those Mexican vibes!