When I was married there they didn't care where the vendor was from, if they are on the property doing some type of business they either have to be guests for 2 or 3 nights minimum (depending on the time of year) OR you pay the fee. We had a photographer and a videographer and so we had to either pay two fees or get two rooms for two nights each, the two rooms for 2 nights each was just over $600 total so this was much more worth it!
I have signed a contract with Jaime Glez, a Mexican photographer. She didn't say anything about a vendor being local or not. I'm confused. My WC is Aurea
Barcelo Maya Palace Brides
Posted 04 October 2013 - 09:21 AM
Posted 04 October 2013 - 10:35 AM
Hello Ladies, Take a look at this beautiful wedding full of awesome moments. Happy planning!! â€‹
Posted 07 October 2013 - 02:07 PM
Posted 08 October 2013 - 09:41 AM
Is there a vendor fee to bring in a hair and make up artist?
I am using The Best Moments for my hair and makeup and my WC told me they have an agreement with this company so I do not have to pay any vendor fees for them. I assume there are fees if they do not have an agreement with the resort but not sure what that is. I would check with your WC. Here is the website for them if you want to check it out, I have read a lot of positive feedback about their services and airbrush makeup.
Posted 08 October 2013 - 09:47 AM
Question regarding how to pack and travel with wedding supplies safely and securely!
How have others packed your wedding supplies for travel to Mexico? What worked and what didn't?
Would it be best to pack it all in one suitcase or divide it up between our bags? (I have read some things about only being allowed a certain dollar amount of goods per back when going through customs in Mexico)
We have all of our canvas OOT bags and stuffers including mugs for 50 people, paper fans and parasols for the ceremony and then my dress/his linen suit...
Also, I have travel size sunscreen and aloe for our OOT bags...I am afraid of these exploding or leaking on the flight...what have others done?
Any feedback on the best ways to pack and travel with these items would be appreciated! Thanks in advance!
Posted 08 October 2013 - 10:59 AM
Thank you so much! Thats exactly who I am booking! I too have heard nothing but great things about them and have heard very mixed about the spa so rather being safe than sorry I will spend the money and know for a fact I will look fabulous!
I am using The Best Moments for my hair and makeup and my WC told me they have an agreement with this company so I do not have to pay any vendor fees for them. I assume there are fees if they do not have an agreement with the resort but not sure what that is. I would check with your WC. Here is the website for them if you want to check it out, I have read a lot of positive feedback about their services and airbrush makeup. http://thebestmoments.com.mx/
Posted 11 October 2013 - 07:07 PM
Good for you!!! there's nothing more fabulous than looking your Most Fabulous on your Special Day !!! great decision now hopefully all the rest will fall into place with equal synchronicity...... Cheers
Photography Is Forever Studios
Posted 12 October 2013 - 10:02 AM
Posted 13 October 2013 - 08:20 AM
Posted 17 October 2013 - 10:14 AM
I need help! I'm debating over hiring a DJ, my main concern is I also need MC, and someone who can organize games during the reception. Have you used anyone in your wedding that you can recommend? if you only used a DJ, did he also organized all the games, and MC speaches etc.Thank you in advance for all your wonderful help!
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