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    Need your help EDR wedding

    Welcome to the site! There are many great photographers in the RM. I don't have any that are sticking out right now but I know I looked at a few when I was thinking of getting married there. Just as an FYI, I believe EDR charges a rate of $500 to bring in your own photographer. Run a search on RM photographers. Good luck!
  2. I am in the process of trying to find a place to preserve my wedding gown. I've called a lot of places and some are more expensive than what I paid for my dress. How many of you ladies are preserving your dress and does anyone know a reputable place in the Chicagoland area?
  3. Thanks girls! I tried it last night and it worked.
  4. Quote: Originally Posted by Christine you have to hover over the background and then it will give you the option Thanks Christine, do I do this before I select the image or after? Do I just click over the canvas or do I right click. I'm not at home right now but I will try it once I get home.
  5. Quote: Originally Posted by Christine you have to hover over the background and then it will give you the option Thanks Christine, do I do this before I select the image or after? Do I just click over the canvas or do I right click. I'm not at home right now but I will try it once I get home.
  6. I am in the process of making a few coffee books and I was wondering if anyone knows how to make the background black instead of the gray color that defaults when you make your photo pages. Please let me know if you have any suggestions. Thanks!
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    We're Back & We're Married (LONG REVIEW)

    Quote: Originally Posted by Christine I have no idea how I missed this Chantel, but you looked beautiful and your dress looked stunning on you. How did he like the B-pics? Thanks for the kind words, he loved the BD pics!
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    We're Back & We're Married (LONG REVIEW)

    Quote: Originally Posted by michelle08 you're pics are beautiful!!!! Question...what did you put in the pinata?? That sounds like a fun thing to do especially with a small group?? We put all sorts of mexican candies. It was so much fun, although the 3rd person to hit it killed it! Good thing dh and I were the first ones... I'd highly recommend it.
  9. Here you go girls, more pics... Enjoy Chantall and Patrick
  10. To be honest, it may be cheaper for you to fit them 4 in a cab and send them off. I did that for my guests for the welcome dinner and it was about 30 dollars including tips compared to 100+ dollars for a bus. Weigh your options but Im not sure how much a bus would cost. Hope this helps! Now that I look back, I regret getting the transportation through travelocity cuz I pad like 70 bucks and the trip from the airport to dreams was like 10 bucks. Can you say RIP OFF!
  11. After going back and forth on the dj vs ipod we decided toward the dj and I dont think we could have made a better decision. We didn't get introduced but that wasn't what we wanted. Dinner started at 7:30 and didn't have the dj show up until 8:00. We were all for non-tradition so it worked out well for us. There were 2 guys and have a wide selection of music. They even had the music to a couple of mexican wedding traditions. I did bring a couple songs that I hadn't asked for and they gladly hooked up my mp3 player and played the songs. I would say go for the DJ it makes it worth it. I saw a couple weddings that didn't have a dj and they seemed kinda lifeless. Our dj was contracted by the resort and it was 160 an hour.
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    Night Activities at Dreams?

    They do have many activities at Dreams. To be honest, the night of our wedding we were so exhausted (or should I say I was so plowed) that we went back up to the room. Most brides will be sleepy and will want to go to bed. Dreams in PV had a sports bar that was open till 2 am that also had dancing. It was almost like a mini club with tvs for the men. I would suggest something like that for those who want to stay out.
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    We're Back & We're Married (LONG REVIEW)

    Quote: Originally Posted by Lizzy Chantal, you were a beautiful bride! OMG, your dress, hair, and maleup are perfect! I love the picture of him holding you from behind and I think he was kissing the side of your face. You had your eyes closed. It is a very tender photo of the two of you. I look forward to seeing all of the other photos when you get them! BTW, how did you like the canopy tour? We did the canopy tour from the company right across from apple by the desires bar... I forget their name. It was a 600 ft, 10 zip line tour. Supposedly the tallest and longest. It was 80 but we talked him down to 65. Only 4 of us went and we paid for our own. Not for everyone We loved it. I am so afraid of heights but I had to conquer my fear. Your should try it. It was amazing! I have been looking at that for Maggie's wedding. Was it very expensive? Did you do it as a gift for your guests, or was it a suggestion as to something the guests might enjoy? Sorry about the questions... No problem... Happy to help you guys out! after all if it weren't for all of you, I wouldn't be able to give great reviews...
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    We're Back & We're Married (LONG REVIEW)

    Quote: Originally Posted by lauren c. welcome back and congrats!!!! i can't wait to see more pics of everything! i'm so glad you had a great experience w/ gaby - it puts my mind at ease! i have a bunch of questions; feel free to answer in a pm, but i know a few girls on here are curious... who was your dj? Not sure, hired him through the WC but he was really good. He had a list of over 3000 songs plus the ones he used from my mp3 player what did you have to eat at the reception? We did the coctail hour and did three cold three hot appetizers. I think they were sopes, some type of spinach quiche, and I can't remember what they others were. For dinner we did the chicken and steak, the sauted veggie salad with pesto (really good) and some type of veggie soap. You can mix and match from all options. did you do fireworks/have firedancers? No fire dancers... just a pinata, and my MOHs husband walking around making people take shots of tequila was entertainment enough. how was your hair/makeup? My hair was up since it was so hot. I used one of the photos from here. On one of the last pages... the girl is blond and it is a back photo. I did my own make-up... Very suttle what kind of decor was there? used my bridal parties bouquets as center pieces and I brought down votive holders and since my wedding colors were brown and shades of pink, I used raspberry tealights... Very romantic! The cake table had my vases from the sand ceremony with a lillie in each and the cake topper M. YAY! i'm so happy that you had a great experience! Please let me know if you have any other questions and as soon as I get more photos I will post them!
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