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

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I think if the reception is later in the evening (after 7:00 pm) then it would be ok for a reception. the beach area is smaller there so if you are not having a ton of people, it should be ok. I did see one reception on the beach there and they had a U shaped table instead of the round tables so they were able to fit more people into the space and it seemed more intimate.

 

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Jennie- Thanks for the review! I'm so jealous that you got a site visit, I don't think it will be in our budget. So it makes me feel better to hear such great reviews!

 

I have one question, is the central beach location for a reception ok? I know it won't be very private but are there any other bad qualities about it?

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Thank you so much! I am so excited to go on our site visit in November now!

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jesmcan,

 

I think i read in one of your past posts that when you go in November you are going to find out how much it costs for a MAC person to come to your suite to do your makeup. If you do, Would you also find out from the resort if there is any "Vendor Fee" or any type of fee we would have to pay to let the make-up artist in our rooms?

 

Thanks so much!

Adriana

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jesmcan,

I think i read in one of your past posts that when you go in November you are going to find out how much it costs for a MAC person to come to your suite to do your makeup. If you do, Would you also find out from the resort if there is any "Vendor Fee" or any type of fee we would have to pay to let the make-up artist in our rooms?

Thanks so much!
Adriana
i would think there would be a vendor fee or you have to buy a pass for her to come.

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Jennie - thanks so much for posting that review!! <3

However, i now feel really nervous about having my ceremony on the beach...i wish i could book both the beach in front of the gazebo and the gazebo and just choose when i get there! haha I'm starting to feel that maybe a site visit is necessary!!

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jesmcan,

I think i read in one of your past posts that when you go in November you are going to find out how much it costs for a MAC person to come to your suite to do your makeup. If you do, Would you also find out from the resort if there is any "Vendor Fee" or any type of fee we would have to pay to let the make-up artist in our rooms?

Thanks so much!
Adriana
Hi yes I am def! going to find all this out and promise to update everyone when I return. we are going 11/11/ - 11/16

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Jennie - thanks so much for posting that review!! <3
However, i now feel really nervous about having my ceremony on the beach...i wish i could book both the beach in front of the gazebo and the gazebo and just choose when i get there! haha I'm starting to feel that maybe a site visit is necessary!!
I really liked using the Gazebo at the royal- it was more private and you still had the full view of the ocean and beach behind you. But i am pretty sure you can change your mind. My WC let me change my mind on tons of things when i got there. I had Michelle. - She rocked. My link to my review is below my sig.

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i would think there would be a vendor fee or you have to buy a pass for her to come.
Lady Di... I have actually booked the gazebo. If you book the gazebo then you are basically also booking the beach in front of the gazebo - if you decided to change your mind. They would not book the beach in front of the gazebo while your wedding is going on because then they would have two weddings basically in one location. Also, there is only one gazebo and there are three different locations for a beach wedding. That way for sure you had the gazebo but if you decided at the last minute you wanted the beach then you would have that option. Does that make sense? Just a thought... :)

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Jennie - thanks so much for posting that review!! <3
However, i now feel really nervous about having my ceremony on the beach...i wish i could book both the beach in front of the gazebo and the gazebo and just choose when i get there! haha I'm starting to feel that maybe a site visit is necessary!!
Pineapplebride... I have actually booked the gazebo. If you book the gazebo then you are basically also booking the beach in front of the gazebo - if you decided to change your mind. They would not book the beach in front of the gazebo while your wedding is going on because then they would have two weddings basically in one location. Also, there is only one gazebo and there are three different locations for a beach wedding. That way for sure you had the gazebo but if you decided at the last minute you wanted the beach then you would have that option. Does that make sense? Just a thought... :)

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My 2 cents...

 

My ceremony is in the gazebo. I wanted my reception on the beach in front of the gazebo but Zulma told me that if I do that the tables will already be set up on the beach and be visable in my Ceremony pictures instead of open beach and water. So I have the Central beach location booked for my reception, this makes me worry though. I don't mind that it isn't as "private" since well its a party and hopefully I take the "more the merrier" approach to onlookers. But I am more concerned about how "aesthetically pleasing" it is at that location. Is there going to be ugly trash cans, people's crap laying around, etc.? This worries me. Maybe I should just have the tables visable in my pictures?

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