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

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LisaDSO - November gets very cool at night. You sure can wear a heavier dress. This past November I was in jeans and a sweater at night. It cools down very fast after 6pm to be about 70 degrees.
Awesome, thanks

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i had a full satin dress in may and it was just fine. my advice would be to just find a dress you love and not worry about the weather too much. if you feel good in what you're wearing, you'll be glowing and the weather just won't matter! good luck to you!
That's good to hear, especially in May. :-)


Lady_Di,
You looked amazing and everything looked perfect. Your dress if FAB! I might have to make a roadtrip to Houston and check out that store you went to!

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I can't wait to see all of the final pics for you April/May brides :-)
me too!
patiently waiting for mine.

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Lady_Di,
You looked amazing and everything looked perfect. Your dress if FAB! I might have to make a roadtrip to Houston and check out that store you went to!
I agree!! That dress is pretty much exactly what I think I want...still have a lot of searching around to do in that department but you looked BEAUTIFUL! Loved seeing your fabulous garden pictures...can't wait to see the rest!

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Lisa DSO

 

I def think you should get what you love, it's such an important day for you! Personally I'm going to be soo nervous that I'll be sweating no matter what I wear! LOL You might want to make a decision soon because we are only 6 months away YAY!! If you are close to a sample size then you prob won't have much to worry about getting the dress in time without paying for a rush. Form when I was looking I was told the Maggie dresses take about 4 months to get here and then you need to have time for the alterations.

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Lisa DSO

I def think you should get what you love, it's such an important day for you! Personally I'm going to be soo nervous that I'll be sweating no matter what I wear! LOL You might want to make a decision soon because we are only 6 months away YAY!! If you are close to a sample size then you prob won't have much to worry about getting the dress in time without paying for a rush. Form when I was looking I was told the Maggie dresses take about 4 months to get here and then you need to have time for the alterations.
Thanks, yeah the time is moving fast! I'm gonna go this weekend and next and try to see some more options :-)

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Any past brides still around? If you could answer some of my questions I would be greatful, I leave one week from today and I am a little panicked sad.gif
Sorry I haven't been on here much since my wedding, it has been hectic getting everything in order. I will tell you about my aisle runner though since it was my favorite thing.

I ordered it online without my fiance knowing, and hauled it to Mexico in a huge box with all the gift bags. He still didn't know. Well after a bunch of hassle getting it through customs (they wanted to charge me tax on my big box of stuff they thought i wanted to sell)...I finally got to the resort with it. It was a heavy weight runner, much heavier than one Lilia showed me that someone wanted to use. This one was on a roll and more of a thick net almost, not like a lacy fabric or anything. Lili went to put it out for me, and the wind blew it everywhere. They tried candles holding it down, tried pinning it to the red carpet, they tried everything. They ended up having to roll it up and only let the runner go to the bottom of the steps (i got married in the gazebo). Any further and the wind kept catching it. It turned out really neat for my pictures though because the monogram was in all my pictures then, but it was a huge pain for them to get to stay down. So I guess my advice is....if you really want it, make sure it's as heavy of a material as you can get, and be aware that on a super windy day there will be nothing that will hold it down. I will try to include a few pictures to show you what I mean. I'm not very good with shutterfly, but here is a link to a shared account I created with a few pictures in it of the aisle runner and us. :) Hope this helps.

http://justinashleywedding.shutterfly.com/

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