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EmenGeeRoxx

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  • Wedding Date
    January 19, 2010
  1. Send me a PM with your email address and ask me your specific questions. I hope I can help.
  2. I'm late to the party but we had Father James officiate our ceremony back in 2010. He was very good. A bit serious but the ceremony felt very personal and I felt he really cared and not just going through the motions. I was in contact with him months before the wedding and talked to him every few weeks leading up to the wedding and he would give me advice and his two cents.
  3. Sorry I just these posts now. If you speak Spanish or have a friend that speaks Spanish, setting up the ceremony is not that bad. I was quoted a ridiculous amount by one of the vendors to provide the service so I instead sought out my resources to help (Spanish speaking friends). If anyone is interested PM me your contact info and I will send you what I had. Not sure if it my info is up to date but the procedures should be more or less the same.
  4. Happy New Year. I just happened to Come back here to get info for someone and saw the last post. You or anyone else can send me a PM and I will so my best to help.
  5. I cannot remember and looked for my records but cant seem to locate it right now. From what I recall it was very affordable and worth it. Here is the updated contact info for the Mariachi Band cell phone is (984) 116 40 77 E-mail jorgelgc@live.com.mx Name: Jorge García
  6. Quote: Originally Posted by samnicolerangel I just sent a message because I wanted to see if you could be of any help! My fiance and I are getting married in Playa Del Carmen next year and I have fallen in love with the chapel/church you two were married in! Can you please forward any information you have to help me get in contact with the church. Thanks in advance!!! My personal e-mail address is samnicolerangel@gmail.com I just sent you an email back. I was quoted by Ajua for around $1500 US to do the legwork for me in setting up my Catholic wedding at this church. I thought that was way too steep/ridiculous for something that shouldn't cost more than $200 of my time. Anyway I did it myself and it was pretty easy.
  7. EmenGeeRoxx

    Wedding Insurace - Is it a scam?

    Quote: Originally Posted by breeze616 Does anyone know of a Canadian Wedding Insurance company? I never found any. Fortunately nothing bad happened on the wedding day.
  8. Quote: Originally Posted by Future Mrs. M Can you tell me how many people fit in this limo? We have 8 groomsmen and 6 bridesmaids... I don't remember it being that big. I am sure 10 people can fit comfortably but 14 might be tight.
  9. Quote: Originally Posted by jennster_04 wow! oh my gosh haha ok well now this makes me want to put a little more effort into my wedding haha your wedding was so beautiful I was a groomzilla so you had 100% from 2 people for our wedding haha
  10. Quote: Originally Posted by Future Mrs. M I keep coming back to your review because you have so much helfpul info on here! As I go through my list each month I find that you have more info that I may need:) Can you please tell me the prices you got from these: Passport Invites - they are amazing! Doranna - how much was it for your wife's hair/makeup/trial..also did you guys use her for bridesmaids other family members etc.? Sarao - how much was it for that frame w/drapes&setup? I love the drapes look and how it transforms a space into your own wedding unique feel. Do you have their contact info? THANK YOU THANK YOU! Memory is a bit fuzzy but looking back at our budget Passport Invites ~$5 per invite Doranna Trial - ~$100 Wedding - ~$200 Bridesmaids, moms = resort hairdresser - $75 per person Sarao Tarsicio Leyva <tleyva@sarao.com.mx> ~$2500
  11. Check out Sarao. They did a great job on my wedding. http://bestdestinationwedding.com/fo...-resort-55448/
  12. Highly recommend Doranna! Wife's hair stayed regardless of heat + salsa/contemporary/tango first dance and 2+hrs of salsa dancing. And our friend did my wife's makeup. They both worked together at the same time while I suntanned and had a beer. There were no problems.
  13. Quote: Originally Posted by allieo I have a question for those of you who have been to the Occidental Grand Xcaret - we want to have a rough itinerary for everyone (meet at certain spots once a day or so to get everyone together). Does anyone have any recommendations on where a group of 30-40 people could casually meet up? By the lobby bar or by the bar by the stage. However I would suggest to bring 2 way radios. Everyone is on vacation mode and time really means nothing.
  14. Quote: Originally Posted by SandalGirl The seafood place is the prettiest in my opinion, but I'm pretty sure you can only do private reception there. I did mine at the Sonora grill, on the patio outside though, and it was beautiful - much more private. I wouldn't worry about Ivonne, I met her during my stay and she seemed just as competent as Marialma. They do weddings almost every day, sometimes a few in a day - they know what they're doing! You can do a semi private reception there as well in the Seafood restaurant. I seen it the week I got married.
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