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On Expedia, it tells you, you need to be 18 or older to stay at the royal, at one point I assumed it was 16 'cause I had guests book through a TA and they were bringing there 16 year old daughter, until the TA called back the next day and told them you have to be atleast 18 years of age, so they moved thier reservation to the Gran.

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I am getting married on the beach because I've always wanted to get married on the beach. Lot of brides use gazebo because of onlookers but a beach wedding will guarantee you onlookers. I am okay with that as long they aren't walking around NUDE!!!
Do you know how close they allow onlookers? I have seen some pictures online where the onlookers are in the background of the ceremony pictures. That's a little too close for my comfort. I don't want to see somebody in a bikini in the background of me saying my vows. If they can be kept further away though, then I would be all for the beach. How do you choose the decorations for a beach ceremony? Are they all the circle of flowers on the ground, or are there other options? Thanks for your help!

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On Expedia, it tells you, you need to be 18 or older to stay at the royal, at one point I assumed it was 16 'cause I had guests book through a TA and they were bringing there 16 year old daughter, until the TA called back the next day and told them you have to be atleast 18 years of age, so they moved thier reservation to the Gran.
This is interesting, as my little sister is 16 as is one of my fiance's cousins. The Air Canada Vacations book (thats who we booked with) says 16+ and we have had no issues and everyone is all paid up months ago.

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That is very cool! I can't wait to see it all set up!

Not sure if anyone spoke of this but what is everyone getting for their parents gifts? I was thinking of doing something with the spa, but I don't know if that is too little.
One idea we are toying with is booking an excursion for our parents. Like to Xel-Ha or something.

Spa is a good idea too!

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Do you know how close they allow onlookers? I have seen some pictures online where the onlookers are in the background of the ceremony pictures. That's a little too close for my comfort. I don't want to see somebody in a bikini in the background of me saying my vows. If they can be kept further away though, then I would be all for the beach. How do you choose the decorations for a beach ceremony? Are they all the circle of flowers on the ground, or are there other options? Thanks for your help!
I think The Royal staff will rope the ceremony off but I don't know how far. You just can't control the beach because it is public property.

There are options for the beach decorations. I am doing the colored chair sashes and tulle fabric on the huppa. They will charge you an arm and leg if you let them do the decorations so it is the best to bring your own decorations so they can put them up free of charge.

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I think The Royal staff will rope the ceremony off but I don't know how far. You just can't control the beach because it is public property.

There are options for the beach decorations. I am doing the colored chair sashes and tulle fabric on the huppa. They will charge you an arm and leg if you let them do the decorations so it is the best to bring your own decorations so they can put them up free of charge.
Oh wow, thanks for letting me know that! Are the plain chair covers included with a package or do I need to pay extra for those?

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Yay, I got a WC! Julie emailed me today so thank goodness.

 

 

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Oh wow, thanks for letting me know that! Are the plain chair covers included with a package or do I need to pay extra for those?
Yes they include white chair sashes. If you want color sashes, they are $3 each.

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Lady Di, did you have to send something for Julie to e-mail you back??
No, she is assigned to all of Kimberly's brides so if you had Kimberly, she will get back to you. I am assuming she is going by the wedding date.

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Oh you are talking about the US wedding coordinator, not the one from the actual resort. I thought I had read in the thread that Zulma contacted someone, and I had thought Zulma is with the actual resort.

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