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

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Hi Lisa,

Sorry for the delayed response but that was our pic of Alison & Kevin's Catamaya cruise with the matching shirts. They had the t-shirts made here and gave them to everyone in their bags. :) I am not sure where Alison had them done but I can ask her if you would like. Zazzle does a great job with t's.

Michelle

Thanks! No worries, I was just wondering if they came with the package. You're right, Zazzle is amazing!

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in regards to the vendor fee...does anyone know if that fee applies per vendor or per person that the vendor brings in.

for example if you are using an outside photographer and they bring an assistant would you have to pay a vendor fee for both people or just one fee per vendor?

thanks ladies!
The fee is per vendor, you wouldn't have to pay additional for assistants :)

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Hello! I have been slowly making my way through this insanely long (but helpful!) thread and thought I'd finally try posting. My fiance are leaning heavily towards a wedding at The Royal in Playa Del Carmen in April 2011. I am SO excited about a destination wedding, getting our two families together for a few days and of course...the light up dance floor!

 

Anyone out there doing a Catholic ceremony or know of resources/links to figuring out all things Catholic-related for PDC ceremonies?

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Hello! I have been slowly making my way through this insanely long (but helpful!) thread and thought I'd finally try posting. My fiance are leaning heavily towards a wedding at The Royal in Playa Del Carmen in April 2011. I am SO excited about a destination wedding, getting our two families together for a few days and of course...the light up dance floor!

Anyone out there doing a Catholic ceremony or know of resources/links to figuring out all things Catholic-related for PDC ceremonies?
I have not been marry yet, but will be having a Catholic wedding August next year.

what specifically do you want to know?

I know that you need to go to wedding orientation at your church, it usually runs for a few hours (which you can split in different days, but it depends on the church).

You do this in the states as it will be difficult to do there. In turns the priest will give you paper work stating that you meet the requirements to have a catholic wedding. You need to bring this letter with you, or else you can not have a catholic wedding.

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yay! i just got confirmation that my semi-private reception has been changed to a private one in the central garden! we wanted the beach at first but it's been booked already sad.gif

 

but Lady Di's reception looked so nice in the garden, i'm not really disappointed we didn't get the beach.

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I have finally made it through from where I left off! So busy with work and my MBA I have neglected the forum. I am 61 days out and received NO word that the US office was closing. My WC was Flora so I am relieved to see she is still around. I just sent her an email to confirm. Thanks for the great info ladies as always!

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Hello! I have been slowly making my way through this insanely long (but helpful!) thread and thought I'd finally try posting. My fiance are leaning heavily towards a wedding at The Royal in Playa Del Carmen in April 2011. I am SO excited about a destination wedding, getting our two families together for a few days and of course...the light up dance floor!

Anyone out there doing a Catholic ceremony or know of resources/links to figuring out all things Catholic-related for PDC ceremonies?

I know you said Playa del Carmen, but have you checked out the Catholic chapel at The Royal Cancun/ Gran Caribe? .....GORGEOUS!!!!

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It's confirmed, i am having my wedding at the Royal August next year, the deposit has been paid.

 

As you might remember from my previous post i will be having a religious ceremony in the Catholic Chapel on Quinta Avenida.

 

I am also having my reception in the Gazebo Garden. I want to run by you guys my idea on the set up to see what you guys think.

 

So, my plan is to set up dinner tables in the pave area directly in front of the gazebo (not sure exactly how, because don't have a wide view of the are to do a diagram). I want to set up the dance floor inside the gazebo (not sure if it has been done before). Around the dance floor i want to lay a couple of lounge furniture. I know i wont be able to fit that many, but i am ok with that.

 

In the grassy area, right next to the gazebo, i want to set up the rest of the lounge furniture and called it the hukka bar (my family likes smoking hukka... i will be bringing the hukkas from the states if possible).

 

I wan to decorate the gazebo with hanging paper lantern and something that reflects light (not sure what that something is).

 

What do you guys think of my plan? Is it Doable?

 

Also any suggestions on the decoration of the gazebo? I don't want to make it too heavy, as i don't want my decorations to take away from the view of the beach.

 

All inputs are greatly appreciated, as i think that only you guys can give me constructive input as many of you already been there done that.

 

Am i in over my headhuh.gif

 

Thanks,

Luz

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It's confirmed, i am having my wedding at the Royal August next year, the deposit has been paid.

As you might remember from my previous post i will be having a religious ceremony in the Catholic Chapel on Quinta Avenida.

I am also having my reception in the Gazebo Garden. I want to run by you guys my idea on the set up to see what you guys think.

So, my plan is to set up dinner tables in the pave area directly in front of the gazebo (not sure exactly how, because don't have a wide view of the are to do a diagram). I want to set up the dance floor inside the gazebo (not sure if it has been done before). Around the dance floor i want to lay a couple of lounge furniture. I know i wont be able to fit that many, but i am ok with that.

In the grassy area, right next to the gazebo, i want to set up the rest of the lounge furniture and called it the hukka bar (my family likes smoking hukka... i will be bringing the hukkas from the states if possible).

I wan to decorate the gazebo with hanging paper lantern and something that reflects light (not sure what that something is).

What do you guys think of my plan? Is it Doable?

Also any suggestions on the decoration of the gazebo? I don't want to make it too heavy, as i don't want my decorations to take away from the view of the beach.

All inputs are greatly appreciated, as i think that only you guys can give me constructive input as many of you already been there done that.

Am i in over my headhuh.gif

Thanks,
Luz
Luz that is perfect plan. I really like the idea of the paper lanterns in the gazebo since I am doing the same for my ceremony :)

the tables will look wonderful in front of the gazebo. The lounge area will look perfect in both areas.

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