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  1. Apologies ladies, it's been quite some time since I was on BDW. It is just a plain kit from Michael's that one of my gf's and I spiced up. Images were from a map we found online and modified using photoshop. Looked but I can't find them or I'd post them. The sand dollar was a stamp I bought to stamp the invite, then added embossing powder and heated with a glue gun to raise it.
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    Hello!

    Happy planning! The search feature on this site is a huge help to finding things. The folks on here are full of terrific ideas and suggestions. Best of luck!
  3. We did ours on a high end color business printer that was able to handle heavier paper weights. If your printer has a manual feed, try that. If not, my suggestion is to try a copy center because your card stock may be too thick for a regular home printer. Hope this helps. Shellb
  4. Shankd, If you are on facebook, there are some Melia Caribe Tropical brides that have used him that you could possibly reach out to for a reference. There are also some of his pics posted there as well. Login | Facebook Shellb
  5. I had a trial done here in Canada for a party at my husbands work a few weeks before the wedding that I took photo's of from all angles and brought with me. The lady that did my hair that day for the party did a marvelous job. I took those photos with me hoping like yourself to assist with the language barrier and to show exactly how I wanted my hair done. My MOH's hair done at the spa turned out perfect for the wedding (showed photos from Project Wedding) and it stayed in for day's (we did a test on hers because mine fell out so quickly). I just want future brides that strive to have t
  6. Ladies, If you can do a hair trial before, if you are getting your hair done at the spa so you can work out the kinks. I didn't and ended up not liking my hair (what I ended up with I could have done myself). I had to have the lady fix because it was lop sided at first. It also fell out (upper back part) early in the evening, probably because she had to pull and reinsert bobby pins to get it to sit right. I am not a fussy person and thought I could do without the trial (had photos of my hair in the updo I wanted), yet this is my one regret. Shellb
  7. Found it where I posted it on Debbie's. These were 2008 prices so they may have changed for 2009. Decided to copy it out for those that do not have enough points to see the attachement. SPA - Meliá Caribe Tropical Lista de Precios/Price list Personalized combined caribe & Tropical masaje / Masaje combinado Caribe & Tropical (80 min) USD$160.00 Face Collection/Colección Facial Basic Facial / Facial Básico (25 min) USD$70.00 Men´s Energy Facial / Facial Energizante para caballeros (50 min) USD$110.00 Herbs Aromatic Facial / Facial de Hierbas aromáti
  8. Erinleigh, Attached is the 2008/2009 price list another bride had sent me back in the spring. It should help you out. Michelle Spa_menu_Melia.pdf
  9. Pastor York only does symbolic ceremonies. To make it legal you would need to either be married: 1) by the judge / priest in Punta Cana or 2) here in Canada first to have a symbolic ceremony. If you choose to go the symbolic route you need to let your wedding coordinator know because they handled the judge arrangements (or at least ours did at the Melia). When we booked Pastor York for 2009 he was charging $300 US. He is with the Eastern Dominican Christian Mission. We emailed him.
  10. I was married at the Melia in April 2009. My very long review will hopefully give you some info on the Melia: http://bestdestinationwedding.com/forum/t42288. Some of the key reasons we chose Melia were the garden gazebo, grounds, and a price that was within our guests budgets. Melia has mature, beautiful and huge grounds which are great for walking or if you want taking the trolley (not for the impatient or people who don't like to walk). Our guests were between 12 and 72. Our older guests were treated wonderfully by the staff, always offered a ride if they were walking from the restaura
  11. Pastor York is a wonderful option for couples that want a symbolic ceremony in English.
  12. I think your best bet would be to talk to a travel agent to price it out or research it online. It all depends on where you are flying from and time of year. You should also email the resorts to see what there wedding packages cost and what they include. This could help in your decision. I think I saw posts from another bride on here getting married at the Dreams in La Romona. Try searching La Romana, you might also be able to find some info on here about the Dreams.
  13. Steffi234, A few weeks prior to your wedding, Flori sends you an email with a receipt, final confirmation of cruise date & time, & schedules a meeting date & time to pay balance at the resort. On ours it said they take American dollars, Dominican Pesos or Travel Checks. I paid with travel checks for our sunset cruise back in April. Ladies, you won't regret it. La Barcaza is great way to either treat your guests, do your wedding or even have a reception. Our guests are still talking about how much fun they had the night we went out.
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