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

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Thank you so much for your advice....but I feel like I am even more torn now on what spot to choose!! hehe

Do you think there is any way they would have a wedding at the gazebo and on the beach in front on the gazebo at the same time?? I am hoping they would not. In that case, I think I may choose the beach in front of the gazebo... and if the beach disappears, I can just have it at the gazebo instead. Or my option #2, which my mom really wants to me to do, is have the entire wedding at the Gran Porto Real, since that is where most of my guests will be staying. If the beach there really is bigger and nicer like you said, then that could be a good option too!?!
Aghh...I'm not getting married until 2011... I think I may have to make a site visit manditory, even if it means I have to go alone! hehe

PS I am going to e-mail you for the menu options!! I really appreciate it!!
I know it is a difficult choice to make lol

Yes they possibly would do a wedding infront of the Gazebo at the same rtime. However the Gazebo is really high up and all you can see is the water. Plus all your guests will be sitting below they will only see the sky line. I really don't think they would do this anyways but there is always a chance.

I think that option is great to move it to the Gazebo if the beach is gone. It is a beautiful spot and if I did not have so many people I would have done the same.

Option 2 is also a great idea lol The beach is a lot nicer at The Gran Porto but I do have to say personally I thought The Royal was much nicer. It has a very different ambiance than The Gran Porto.

If you can do a site visit I highly recommend it. We learned so much ad things were so diffrent than we had thought in our minds lol

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such a great job on your review jesmcan!!! we appreciate it so very much! :))
Hi kendra your welcome, by the way I did ask about the measurements of the red carpet but Zulma did not know off hand. As soon as you know who your WC is I would call them and ask if they can get that to you. Sorry I tried finding out but no luck sad.gif

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I was told by Zulma that they wont do a ceremony in front of the gazebo while one is taking place in the gazebo.... They may do several weddings a day but she said they won't have them interfer with each other. Hopefully this is correct.

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so i'm pretty sure i will being using ivan gomez as the dj. we can't decide on the lighted floor. what do you guys think? we are having the reception in the ballroom (we thought it would just be a change of scene, give it a more 'traditional' feel....but the beach/garden receptions do look amazing) i'm just wondering what your opinions are. it seems like most the people who have had it, really enjoyed it. we are planning to have about 50 people. do you think its worth it? did most the guests seem to enjoy it?

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No, we did not bring them. And we didn't ask for anything specific. That's what came with the luxury package...but don't worry, they could be lime green and you would either not notice, or everyone would think they looked great!

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No, we did not bring them. And we didn't ask for anything specific. That's what came with the luxury package...but don't worry, they could be lime green and you would either not notice, or everyone would think they looked great!
Sorry, I was talking about the candles on the tables during our reception.

I will post my review tomorrow!

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i'm getting married in may at the gran porto real. the ceremony itself is scheduled at sunset (about 6pm). the next dinner seating is at 9pm! i'm wondering if other people have had the same issue and what ideas are out there to fill time. sure, some pictures will be taken and some cocktails will be enjoyed, but it seems like a long time between and i'm wondering how to best entertain my guests (maybe 20, including adults and children).

 

thanks!

 

diane

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i'm excited to read the review! my travel agent has talked to the wedding coordinator and we are booked for nov 11th 2010! and i contacted ivan gomez for the dj. we are also using a friend for our photographer (he does wedding/engagement/family photos. does very good work). we are getting our saves the dates together now. everything is starting to come together already!

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