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#11 BEACHBRIDEMA

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    Posted 26 June 2007 - 11:41 PM

    Congrats and thanks for the review!
    Sarah
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    #12 starchild

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      Posted 27 June 2007 - 03:54 AM

      Very pretty! Your dress is perfect for a beach wedding and I love the alter/ceremony setup. Thanks for sharing :o)

      #13 laura b

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        Posted 27 June 2007 - 06:43 AM

        Congratulations! You look awesome!
        My wedding is at Dreams on next Saturday. Yikes!
        I have a gazillion questions for you.
        Which package did you use?
        Did they not use an aisle runner?
        Did they upgrade you because you were getting married?
        Where did you have your dinner? Did you do any dancing afterward?

        What was your personal favorite part of your wedding? The part you couldn't do without?

        Is that enough questions for ya? :)

        Anyway, your pictures are great and I'm so happy for you!

        #14 MsShelley

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          Posted 27 June 2007 - 07:00 AM

          Congratulations, you looked really beautiful!

          #15 Karen

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            Posted 27 June 2007 - 07:27 AM

            Oh and thank you so much for your review. Your dress was so beautiful. It looks like you guys had a great time!
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            #16 Karen

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              Posted 27 June 2007 - 07:50 AM

              Oh thanks for answering the hair and makeup Q on the other thread. Sorry but the repeat Q.
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              #17 tuluminjune

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                Posted 28 June 2007 - 11:31 AM

                Hi Laura,
                We used the "free" wedding package, which was fine for us. That came with the use of the minister, pressing of the dress/suit, flowers, cake, champagne, altar set-up. I did not see anyone use an aisle runner, but I am sure they can do it for you. Send Sandra an email now so she can work on it. Bring whatever "walking down the aisle" music you want. I think some people had candles creating an "aisle," I had flowers. I didn't choose.
                I am not sure why they upgraded us, I am sure it was because we were honeymooners. They placed a big sash on our door that said "Honeymooners" - we took ours home! There were honeymooners on either side of us. I think the rooms are great, and they are convenient to the ceremony (Sandra or Landy can come right up to the room to get you). Plus, you get to watch a few before your big day.
                Now, Mike and I got married here a few weeks before we went, so we didn't have to do the whole blood test and marriage license stuff there. It made everything so much easier, and our families had no idea.
                For dinner, Sandra made our reservation at Portofino for 13 of us. We had dinner and we cut the cake there. Landy brought it over for us. We were going to head over to Desires, the "disco," but it was just not our style. So we didn't do the whole "first dance" thing. But, if you do want that, talk to Sandra about where you can do it: beach, a restaurant, the disco.

                The ONLY down side is there will be people watching you, walking on the beach in front of your ceremony. We felt a little weird about that beforehand, but during the ceremony, all I could see was Michael. I am SOOOO excited for you guys, I wish I could go do it all over again. It was perfect, great memories. ENJOY!!!
                -Jesse
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                June 15, 2007
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                #18 saraece

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                  Posted 28 June 2007 - 12:48 PM

                  THANK YOU FOR YOUR REVIEW AND ANSWERING ALL THE QUESTIONS Many of us are very interested in Tulum and there isn't too much information out there from someone who has gotten married there. I may come back with more questions later.
                  Like our first kiss all over again

                  #19 calyx6

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                    Posted 28 June 2007 - 01:08 PM

                    Quote:
                    Originally Posted by laura b
                    Did they not use an aisle runner?
                    I had asked Sandra about an aisle runner before booking our wedding date. She didn't understand the question so I had my spanish speaking friend call her to explain what I meant. She said she could look into renting a carpet runner to lay out on the beach if we wanted. I haven't asked her to do anything yet since our wedding isn't until November but let me know what you find out!

                    -V-
                    Tulum - November 3, 2007

                    #20 tuluminjune

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                      Posted 29 June 2007 - 12:16 PM

                      For the aisle runner, I would maybe look into buying one here, and shipping it to them. But since the sand is uneven, it may be hard to walk on. I have seen the really lightweight ones which roll up very easily. You may even be able to pack it in your suitcase! :)
                      -Jesse and Michael
                      June 15, 2007
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