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  1. Keep in mind whatever you pack to bring with you try to choose non-breakable items. SHould somehting break along the way, we all know how the airlines handle bags, you will not be able to replace it in Mexico once their. Also if you can pack somethign that you can put together at the resort it is probably better.
  2. Quote: Originally Posted by britt1125 your slideshow is beautiful! did u take a lot of things with you from home down as far décor, centerpieces,added touches, anything? Thank you. We brought a suitcase worth of items with us: printed menus, place cards, plate for everyone to sign, my bouquet, wooden sign for the beach with our names, wooden signs with senor & senora for the back of our chairs at the dinner table, paper lanterns to hang on the pergola at the Tequila Terrace, favors, picture frame centerpieces & chair bows, I believe that was everything. Be sure to bring all of your receipts with you, we had a little trouble with customs & they almost took our stuff due to lack of receipts.
  3. I believe you would only be charged $1 per chair bow, send this list to Anel or Ramon they will tell you the fees. We brought place cards, favors, menus, center pieces & guest book & were not charged for any of this. We did bring bows for the chairs & lanterns for the perguloa on the Tequila Terrace. They did want to charge us to do these, but my friends did them so there was no fee. We had the front desk had out letters to each guest at check in & there was no fee. A few things you should know. Letters must be in envelopes & have the regstered guest/guests first & last name on the outside. All guests must be the same level, example preferred. All of ours were prefered not sure if the regualr front desk will do this or not.
  4. We had a small table that had our guest book & some photos on it. The cake came out on another small table for the cake cutting. If I recall the guest passes are $65 + tax, check the wedding guide it is listed there as well.
  5. Hello- We chose our own music, they ask for this on your wedding planning details form which you submit 30 days prior to arrival. We were not part of the video cutting process, they made the choices. It's funny you ask about the vows, I was disappointed that we didn't hear them, they also cut out our sponsors for the lasso & our kiss:-( I e-mailed them & never heard back. But I did get an e-mail yesterday that a DHL package is coming from them. So I will see what they are sending us & let you know. I am sure if you tell them you want to hear your vows that will make that happen, they are very flexible.
  6. Thank you! Many people have asked if I got my dress in Mexico..I got in in NJ:-) I wanted to incorporate a Mexican tradition into our wedding ceremony. After some research I learned about the wedding cord/lasso. See this link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wedding_cord. I brought my bouquet with me so I asked the resort to do the floral lasso in place of my bouquet since it was included in the Divine package. There was no additional charge & it came out beautiful. All of our guests commented on how nice it was. I coordinated it with the minister prior to our arrival & he was happy to do it.
  7. Thank you! Many people have asked if I got my dress in Mexico..I got in in NJ:-) I wanted to incorporate a Mexican tradition into our wedding ceremony. After some research I learned about the wedding cord/lasso. See this link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wedding_cord. I brought my bouquet with me so I asked the resort to do the floral lasso in place of my bouquet since it was included in the Divine package. There was no additional charge & it came out beautiful. All of our guests commented on how nice it was. I coordinated it with the minister prior to our arrival & he was happy to do it.
  8. We haven't recieved our wedding pictures yet but got our sneak peek slideshow this morning, I am excited to share it with all of you. http://rivetti.amorcitocorazonstudio.com/
  9. Attached is the link to our wedding video done by the resort & included in the Divine wedding package. We received it on a DVD about 3 weeks after. http://youtu.be/H36TOJdpEp0
  10. Be patient...they do not reposnd as quickly as we do in the US...be patient they will get back to you:-) Our music was a huge stress..but our playlists worked our perfectly & the sound teh & system were worth it. One bit of advice if you choose the sound system route is have someone in your group MC parts of the reception: first dance, cake cutting, etc.
  11. You can pick up to 2 entree choices but you must tell the resort at your wedding appointment what each guest will have & also have their place cards marked in some way. Our place cards had a small flower on them (teal: beef, orange: shrimp)
  12. We had them serve the champagne after the ceremony while we were taking pics. It worked out nicely since the bar for cocktail hour wasn't open yet
  13. Yes the resort photgrapher included in the Divine wedding package included coverage for 1 hr, 24 photos & a photo book.
  14. We were married on the Tequila Beach & our cocktail hour & reception was on the Tequila Terrace. The Blue Water Grill was closed the night of our wedding. The Buffet & Mexican restaurant were not but we did not notice on lookers. We found this area to be more private than the beach terrace which is right next to the pool & more centrally located at the resort.
  15. I got alot of ideas of what I could do at the resort & what the areas looked like by googling: Del Sol Photography, Now Sapphire. I could see sideshows of other peoples weddings at the resort.
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