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  1. Yes...and it wasn't a pleasant experience unfortunately! Lol!
  2. I just used clear ziplock sandwich bags without the ziplock logo on them.
  3. M My husband chose a blank band and it honestly looks amazing on him! He wears it with pride and it looks great with his watch and black metal bracelet he wears sometimes.
  4. We had the Chicken and it was seriously one of the best meals we had the whole trip!
  5. How big is your group? The ferry over to Cozumel can add up depending on how many are in your group.
  6. We did put band aids in there and most people used them...that's an easy one though...just hit Dollar Tree for those. Electrolytes were LOVED by everyone as well so the Zip Fizz and Propel went quickly too. The other surprising thing most women used were the nail files we put in there!
  7. I w I would highly recommend the meds! Just about everyone used at least two things or more out of our survival kits! Lol
  8. I sure did!! I'll post some as soon as I get them from our photographers
  9. From what I understand as long as you meet them outside and then place flowers where you want them there's no problem. But your wedding coordinator won't "legally" touch them if they're from an outside vendor.
  10. It depends on what package you get...ironically the "free" package includes a JP and I believe the others you have to pay. I'm sure you could have a family friend "preside" over the ceremony if its just symbolic. We qualified for the free JP and she was fabulous...especially because we secretly did the legal stuff at home first. Everything in Mexico looked legit though and she even had us sign a certificate so our guests didn't know that it was the symbolic ceremony and we'll have a secret anniversary and a "real" anniversary (our Mexican ceremony) date! Good luck! (Also Elsa takes quite a while to respond...and that's putting it nicely...so if you have questions feel free to ask)
  11. Oops...they WEREN'T staying at a rival resort...they have houses there
  12. We paid for our guests day passes (they're actually locals who live in Cancun so I argued the cost because they weren't coming to hang out at our resort for the day and we're staying at a rival resort) because technically it's their reception meal etc... You're not asking your other guests to pay for their reception meal so you wouldn't ask them either. Now if they come and choose to hang out and use the faculties all day perhaps figure out the difference between the prices of the reception etc (food, cocktail hour) for your guests staying at other resorts vs the guests staying at your resort and suggest they pay the difference? They don't have to know the cost per person...you figure that out and then say "hey, are you planning to come use the pool and restaurants all day? The resort requests you pay $10 in order to take advantage of all their facilities" type of thing...and you pay the rest. Does that make any sense? Lol
  13. STICK TO YOUR GUNS!!!! You have your contract! Who's your coordinator??
  14. Hope that wasn't confusing...she held the microphone why secretly whispering in my ear what I needed to say out loud into the microphone for my vows. She was very professional and sweet! You'll meet with whoever you pick before the wedding (ours we met two days before) and they go over everything with you!! These are professionals who know what they're doing I was impressed at the fact that even though she must do a million of these a year she still made it very personal towards us which to me was very important...nobody wants to feel like a cookie-cutter couple during their ceremony! 😉
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