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ROYAL PLAYA DEL CARMEN BRIDES: were kids allowed for the day? ...and other questions

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Hello ladies! I am a newbie and just had my site inspection at the royal and booked Our wedding for Nov 6, 2010!!! I am not great with all this planning so i hope you all can help! So happy i found this site because im the only one of my friends thats engaged!

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What are you ladies going to do for your table decorations for your reception dinner? How are you going to jazz it up? The standard white set-up is so blah to me lol. I may order flower centerpieces or use the Candles they provide as the table centerpiece. I also bought a bunch of turquoise decorative marbles to scatter on the tables but now im debating whether thats going to look a mess or if i should add them to small vases or something.. just curious what others are doing! Thanks!

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What are you ladies going to do for your table decorations for your reception dinner? How are you going to jazz it up? The standard white set-up is so blah to me lol. I may order flower centerpieces or use the Candles they provide as the table centerpiece. I also bought a bunch of turquoise decorative marbles to scatter on the tables but now im debating whether thats going to look a mess or if i should add them to small vases or something.. just curious what others are doing! Thanks!
I am planning to order chair ties for the ceremony and reception in my wedding colors and also add colored fabric to the tables over the tops of the white linen table cloths. I haven't decided if I will do centerpieces or not.

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Hi!

 

I am getting married in PDC next June. Originally I was going to do both civil and catholic but just decided to do the catholic one and get my marriage certificate in my CT to avoid all the translation paperwork. But here is the information my wedding coordinator gave me:

 

PAPER WORK: for civil legal ceremonies your wedding coordinator would give you paper work to fill out which is basically information for you and your fiance and witnesses (relatives can be witnesses and they need to be over 1cool.gif. You have to notarize your long version of your birth certificates (with a notary) and get them translated by a Mexican consulate plus photocopies of the 1st 2 pages of your 6 passports (you 2 plus the 4 witnesses) and of the tourist cards (that you get entering Mexico.

 

Hope his helps.

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Hey ladies.... quick question (sorry if this has been answered already)

If you have any guests staying at The Real PDC... do they need to purchase a day pass for the wedding day? Have any of you discussed this with the wedding coordinators yet?

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I know! I am so upset, I was stoked to have all this stuff sent out, still no reply back from her though, however there seems to be some us # attached to the forms, I was considering calling but I dont want to add to the confusion.

Well the info is for a wedding at the in Cancun not in PDC, I know most of you are getting married in playa...

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What are you ladies going to do for your table decorations for your reception dinner? How are you going to jazz it up? The standard white set-up is so blah to me lol. I may order flower centerpieces or use the Candles they provide as the table centerpiece. I also bought a bunch of turquoise decorative marbles to scatter on the tables but now im debating whether thats going to look a mess or if i should add them to small vases or something.. just curious what others are doing! Thanks!
I just ordered one of these to check it out in person as my centerpiece, Turquoise Blue Capiz Lotus Candle Lanterns<div class=sub>(only $7.50 each for 24+) - PC03TU

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Hello ladies! I am a newbie and just had my site inspection at the royal and booked Our wedding for Nov 6, 2010!!! I am not great with all this planning so i hope you all can help! So happy i found this site because im the only one of my friends thats engaged!
Welcome!!! so glad you joined us here cheers.gif

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What are you ladies going to do for your table decorations for your reception dinner? How are you going to jazz it up? The standard white set-up is so blah to me lol. I may order flower centerpieces or use the Candles they provide as the table centerpiece. I also bought a bunch of turquoise decorative marbles to scatter on the tables but now im debating whether thats going to look a mess or if i should add them to small vases or something.. just curious what others are doing! Thanks!
I'm on a pretty strict budget so we decided to do little buckets filled w/sand and yellow votive candles on top with sea shells and sand around the buckets (if it's not too windy, that is!). Also, I'm trying to find some little turquoise confetti-type stuff to put w/the shells. I got a bunch of bags of small sea shells at Micheal's for like $3. Simple, but I think it will turn out nice.

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Hey ladies.... quick question (sorry if this has been answered already)
If you have any guests staying at The Real PDC... do they need to purchase a day pass for the wedding day? Have any of you discussed this with the wedding coordinators yet?
I know for sure the guests staying at the Gran can pay $60 for at least a 3day, 24hr pass. See below:
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yea, the royal is gorgeous, your mom has nothing to fear, they will take care of you.

As far as the promotion, that was what we were told at the front desk at the gran porto. Since my wedding isnt untill next April, i asked if this promotion is only for a limited time and they said no we always have this. So basically your guests can opt to pay $60 which is for 3 days to be allowed on the royal property. This is great for those people who dont want to pay all that money to actually sleep there but can go visit.

any other questions, i will try my best to answer!

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