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lynne healey

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Hi there, im a newbie to all of this, getting married on 21st oct 2008 at gran bahia principe = tullum, been told today of the time today that we get married 2pm, any hints and tips from anyone

 

lynne

 

 

Teeside, england

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Congrats! That is one of the places we looked at for our site visit! It is absolutely gorgeous - great wedding gazebo! Any idea where you will be having the reception?

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Welcome to the forum! I am getting married at the Gran Bahia Coba in Nov. There are a good few of us GBP girls on here now.

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Welcome! I am getting married at the same place! We have a thread going on somewhere around here with a lot of gran bahia info....

 

Again, welcome!

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Hi Lynne,

 

Welcome!

 

I shot the wedding at the Grand Bahia Principe-Akumal and I really liked the resort. Akumal and Tulum are the best sections there.

 

The only suggestion will be is the time for your ceremony. I would recommend 3pm or later, since 2pm might be too hot for your guests and lighting for photographs is quite harsh.

 

Let me know if have any questions regarding the resort or surrounding areas.

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Welcome! I'm getting marred at the Akumal section! If you have any questions just let us know :)

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