I don't have answers to all your questions but here's what I have read.
When you arrive at your room you should have a letter from your WC waiting for you indicating when and where to meet her to discuss your wedding.
I'm not sure of the most convenient way to pay, but make sure you keep a receipt for EVERYTHING you purchase from them. I have heard stories where some resorts try to charge people for things they have already paid for.
I read somewhere that someone tipped their WC $100. I'm actually not sure if this is too much or too little. I was thinking its a bit much. Anyone else?
I believe if you do not hire a DJ and would just like to play music through you IPOD you will have to rent the sound system from them. The Dreams website lists the cost for renting.
Hope this helps!
Originally Posted by soon2bmrs
My June 15th wedding date is fast approaching. Trying to not think about it too much but everyone seems to be doing a countdown on our behalf. Needless to say, I'm starting to get the jitters, and just because it's a destination wedding, it doesn't mean you're not moved by the same worries of things going as planned. I'm excited, anxious, worried,.... You get the drift. Please help me reduce some stress by answering these questions for me:
When and how does the WC set an appointment to meet you once you've arrived at the resort?
What is the best and convenient way to pay for the wedding (cash, credit) - we want to avoid bringing too much cash with the risk of losing it and whatnot-?
Who should get tipped after the wedding -I noticed gratuities are added to the package prices-?
How much should the WC get for tip?
Do they provide the wires to hook the ipod to their sound system - if not, will I have to bring my own?
I think that's it.