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

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Stephanie don't stress over the rain it could say 60% but the rain may only be for 10 minutes in the morning that's how it is in the caribbean. I'll keep my fingers crossed :)

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I am so sad right now.... 10 day forcast calls for 60% chance of Thunderstorms on my wedding day... I want to cry.

Also, Any opinions on this? Zulma told me she needed 1 week notice on my flower choice in case they needed to be imported, but when I responded with questions in order to help make my decision- she has been MIA again and now its too late to get anything imported.... Do they have to import roses, cali lillies or gerber daisies??
It was supposed to pour every day that when some of the April brides were getting married, but not a drop! (We prayed for no rain for those ladies and will do the same for you :-)

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Stephanie don't stress over the rain it could say 60% but the rain may only be for 10 minutes in the morning that's how it is in the caribbean. I'll keep my fingers crossed :)
I'm also having a legal ceremony and want to do a sand ceremony. Lady_Di might have had one...we'll defer to her....

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Don't worry Stephanie it has always said rain on the forecast for every single of my trips to Playa and never has it rained :) we will do our sun dance for you lol

 

Also lillies and roses don't have t be imported, I am not sure about the gerber daisies but I would say they probably don't need to be either

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So has anyone used a BDW travel agent? We were not going to use a travel agent and just have our guests book through our WC, but now that the Michigan office is closed and we have no clue what's going on we're thinking a travel agent might be a good idea.

 

Any suggestions?

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So has anyone used a BDW travel agent? We were not going to use a travel agent and just have our guests book through our WC, but now that the Michigan office is closed and we have no clue what's going on we're thinking a travel agent might be a good idea.

Any suggestions?
TA is def a good idea. I use Jill she is a BDW travel agent and shes awesome. The main thing is with a TA they have a no bump policy which is important at the Royal. They are known for over booking and guests who have booked on on line sites have gotten booted.

In addition if guests pay in full she will match any of the other on line sites. It has really given me a huge peace of mind and saved me so much work. Another thing to she will let the hotel know who get one bed, two beds, what room they are in etc...

I have heard from past brides that their guests that did not use a TA got put in wrong rooms and so on.

So in my opinion I highly recommend it. Especially if is a big group.

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So has anyone used a BDW travel agent? We were not going to use a travel agent and just have our guests book through our WC, but now that the Michigan office is closed and we have no clue what's going on we're thinking a travel agent might be a good idea.

Any suggestions?
I also use TA Jill and she is awesome and very sweet.

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I also use TA Jill and she is awesome and very sweet.

Another vote for Jill here! I would be bald right now if I didn't have her! (from stress and from pulling my hair out).

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I remeber reading that we should be contacted by the mexico office by the end of June.

Is anyone having or had the legal ceremony and did a sand ceremony? I want to put the program together but I don't know when we would be doing it.

I'm having a legal and a sand! I think it's somewhere towards the end but not the VERY end. Not sure where I read that.....

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