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Hi I'm a newbie. We are getting married in Cabo at the Playa Grande Resort on March 3, 2007! It seems so much simpler having a destination wedding. I can't wait.

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First of all welcome to the forum and how exciting to be so close to your wedding. Can't wait to hear all the details.

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Wow - you're coming up on your date pretty quick - are you excited or nervous? Let us know if you need any help with last minute details. And, of course, post some pictures!

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Thanks to the welcome wagon. I'm more excited than nervous. I'm surprised I'm not stressing! I think if the wedding were local I would worry about the little details, but since we will be in Cabo....that's all that matters! We have everything pretty much set up. We were there in October (just after the hurricanes) and made all the major decisions (ceremony site, reception site, food, etc.). Our photographer is Manuel Bourgoin-I think I spelled that wrong! Has any one else used him/heard of him? Our ceremony will be at 5:00 on the beach, cocktail hour with mariachis, buffet dinner with dancing to follow outside on the terrace. We are going to take our guests on a sunset cruise the night before with dinner to follow. That's what I need help with... We want a fun relaxed place to have dinner with about 30-35 people. There are so many restaurants on the marina....any suggestions?? There is so much information on this site...I love it!

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