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Calling all the spanish speekers :)

Hi there,
I'm invited to a wedding on Saturday and we are planing a surprise for the bride and groom. Some of the guests are only speaking spanish, so we need our text in spanish too. Could someone please correct it for me? I don't speak spanish at all

Estimados invitados (de la boda),
queremos que Melanie y Christopher se acuerden de esta fiesta de una forma muy especial. En exactamente un mes todos deberían mandarles una pequeña sorpresa, para que puntualmente el 9 de septiembre de 2008 les llegue un pequeño "torrente" de cartas y paquetes a Melanie y a Cristopher. Cuanto más postales, cartas, paquetitos y paquetes les llegan a los dos este día, tanto mejor será la sorpresa. Para eso tiene que mandar el envío puntualmente, dirigido a la dirección siguiente:


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