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  1. Quote: Originally Posted by reaganlane Hey ladies! I am having some Passport welcome books made by Rebecca and I was wondering if anyone has a good map of the resort that I could include in them. We can't find one anywhere. Thanks! Not sure if anyone has replied to this post but there is a great photo of the resort layout on the actual website for Dreams Riviera Cancun. Dreams Riviera Cancun Resorts & Spas: Resort Map If you cannot open this type into Google, Dreams Riviera Cancun and it should be the first link in the results. Once on the website look for the "Resort In
  2. sorry to double post this but just hope someone may have the answers...thanks! a few questions for those who have been married at DRC, or those who may just know the answers... 1) how much to tip Ana? and when is the appropriate time? 2) we need to buy table decorations and was thinking of going to Walmart in Playa Del Carmen, has anyone been there? Or other suggestions or where to buy candle holders (the glass vase type), flower petals, etc... 3) anyone else getting married around the end of May and would like to discuss sharing their decorations? Yes, this May! All of
  3. Quote: Originally Posted by lilly129 Hey ladies - I just got back from a weekend at Dreams with my fiance. We had an AMAZING TIME! And we got to see two absolutely stunning brides and thier wedding parties having a fantastic time. We met some of the guests - they all raved about the ewddings. So congrats to those two brides I took a bunch of pictures which I promise to post tomorrow morning! Right now the resort is at 60% occupancy and we thought it was perfect - there were a million chairs by the pool and on the beach so no real issues with that. Kids...they didn't real
  4. a few questions for those who have been married at DRC, or those who may just know the answers... 1) how much to tip Ana? and when is the appropriate time? 2) we need to buy table decorations and was thinking of going to Walmart in Playa Del Carmen, has anyone been there? Or other suggestions or where to buy candle holders (the glass vase type), flower petals, etc... 3) anyone else getting married around the end of May and would like to discuss sharing their decorations? Yes, this May! All of a sudden the wedding is here and there are a few last minute things we need to organ
  5. Quote: Originally Posted by leighkarem Here's a quick link to the buffet setup: Snapfish: Share Photo:Registration Here are our vows (my new hubby would kill me if he knew I posted it) our personal vows aren't on here..we typed it out on notecards. DAN & LEIGH’S VOWS APRIL 26, 2010 This beautiful setting should remind us that, like the ocean, human life is an ebb and flow- the life of the spirit and emotions- moves in cycles. To be in a relationship does not guarantee an eternal summer. To make a sincere and honest commitment does not promise an end to a
  6. Quote: Originally Posted by JD Hall Wedding I am having a really hard time getting a hold of the wedding coordinator to set my date. Did anybody else have this problem? I had been emailing Ana since the end of Feb with no reply. Finally I posted on FB on the DRC page and in the discussion forum for weddings (on FB page as well) and she replied! Was a little worried since we are getting married in June and had not heard from her for so long. From all accounts Ana is very organised and although she may be slow to reply (as most WC at the destination resorts), do not worry! Hope sh
  7. Quote: Originally Posted by leighkarem Perry Ellis - macys one more thing: I wore "barefoot sandals" on the beach! I got mine on eBay- they were swarvoski iridescent cyrstals! They were awesome and I got soo many compliments. You should really consider wearing them on the beach since you won't be wearing shoes on the sand- you will love them so so cute!!! You can see them in one of my pics in the album I posted. I am going to wear the barefoot sandals too and got both my BM's their own pair. It is a great idea!
  8. Quote: Originally Posted by Laura22610 Hi Rachelle, The pool deck is pretty big. It would most definitely be big enough for 40 guests. I think they say it can hold up to 200 people! I had 4 tables and a buffet and there was PLENTY of room! Thanks! The photos that have been put up are quite nice too.
  9. Quote: Originally Posted by Laura22610 Yes...the pool deck is a wood deck between the infinity pool and the beach. Hi Laura, Just wondering if you could tell me how big the pool deck is and if you feel it would be large enough for the reception with approx 40 guests? We are not looking at a formal dinner at all but will have about 4 tables set up for people to sit and eat at when ever they feel like it. Sorry to ask if you have already posted a review (I am being a tad lazy tonight). Thanks! Rachelle
  10. Quote: Originally Posted by blondy Hi everyone, I just got engaged a few weeks ago, and we are in the process of looking at different resorts. Dreams RC is on our short list, and I really love the gazebo idea. It is quite possible that we will have a pretty big wedding (maybe 70ish people??) and I am wondering what the capacity is for the gazebo and beach. Anyone have any idea?? I have emailed the resort a little while ago but haven't heard back. Thanks!! Regan Congratulations Regan! Email the resort again they can take some time to get back to you in general.
  11. Quote: Originally Posted by lorijfletcher There is no sound system included with any package. You have to purchase the sound system, which also comes with a technician, for $180. Ana has said to me the $180 is per hour for the reception! For the ceremony the cost is a straight $180. Don't want anyone to be surprised by the expense at the last moment. If anyone has info contrary to this, please let me know b/c I originally thought it was $180 in total for the reception not per hour.
  12. Quote: Originally Posted by mindylcarter Does anyone have, or know how to get, a list of excursions offered by Dreams? I thought it would be nice to have some idea of the off-resort activities offered and the prices? I would also love to see a newsletter or calendar of activities offered within the resort? Did anyone keep theirs from when they were there? I thought this would be fun information to share with our guests. If you type into Google, "Mayan Riviera" there should be a few good websites with information about what activities there are in the area. As for the excursions,
  13. Hello everyone, My apologies for asking this question if it has been asked already...too many pages to have to read through since my last post. I asked Ana a while back about Fire Dancers and the cost. For some reason I had it that it was only $500 for their performance. When Ana replied to my message she said it was $1000. Has anyone else had a quote from Ana about this? If so, what did she say was the cost?
  14. Quote: Originally Posted by DolphinMareDVM got mine from etsy.com the seller was mudcards and it came out amazing. it's made out of clay/putty and she'll make whatever you want. it's a really great deal, for a beach theme, the two of us and our dog, it was less than $100 with shipping. good luck! Thanks for the name of the seller on etsy. I spent last night, the ENTIRE night, on etsy and eBay looking through all the toppers. And when I say all night, eBay alone was 74 pages with 50 items on each page - oh yes, I searched every page. Didn't find the one I had seen previously but custom
  15. I have searched high and low but have not found it yet. Think it was probably a custom topper. I am still learning the in's and out's of these cake toppers but does anyone know if you have to get an edible one? Sorry if this is a silly question
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