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Originally Posted by msglave View Post

 

Morning ladies!

 

I am REALLY wanting to do a TTD but it is so not in our budget! Can anyone recommend a photographer with a GREAT price (500 or less?)

 

Also, I'm not using that person for makeup. I'm using Adrienne from Waves.

 

Can't believe there's only 39 days left! (screaming)!!!!

 

Girl, I think if you really, really want to do it, you should :-). Tell FI i said so lol. You only live once, right? 

 

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Haha, welcome Mike! That's awesome that you're on here! Great ready for craziness!

 

Jess, you asked about shoes/walking up the aisle. It honestly depended on who was working! We went to Maria Maria's one night with just 4-6 of us and they made Kenny go put on closed toed shoes. Then the night of the rehearsal they didn't care about shorts or shoes (and remember, this wasn't even our "private" function, it was a free for all basically) so just smile and bat your lashes and slip on by. 

 

I had my bridesmaids walk up with the groomsmen. Lili came and got Kenny from the room and walked him down and stood him in place, then the rest of us trucked down there, by dad and I bringing up the tail end. It's all preference. I say if you want it, go for it! wink.gif 

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Does anyone have a map of the hotel that I could put in our welcome letter?  Maybe I should contact my WC.  I saw the map on the hotel's site, but that is for all of Playa.  We are looking for something specific to the hotel.  Thanks guys!

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I have a small map of the hotel lay out , where the rooms are and where the restaurants are.  let me know if you want me to PM it.

Originally Posted by danielle6680 View Post

Does anyone have a map of the hotel that I could put in our welcome letter?  Maybe I should contact my WC.  I saw the map on the hotel's site, but that is for all of Playa.  We are looking for something specific to the hotel.  Thanks guys!



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I think you should def do it! I think that if you really want it and dont' wind up having it, you'll regret it.  Try Blue Lens.  They gave me an AWESOME price for the day of and the TTD session which also includes them picking us up the day after and fees into the caves.  If you email them talk to Enzo.
 

Originally Posted by msglave View Post

Morning ladies!

 

I am REALLY wanting to do a TTD but it is so not in our budget! Can anyone recommend a photographer with a GREAT price (500 or less?)

 

Also, I'm not using that person for makeup. I'm using Adrienne from Waves.

 

Can't believe there's only 39 days left! (screaming)!!!!



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Welcome Mike!  They should have someone at the resort for you already.  Depending on what day you get married you have to pay the $400.  We opted for a wednesday to aviod it. But they should still have someone for you.

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Hey MsGlave! I don't know how in the hell I managed to butcher the name of the salon, but I did mean Waves.  I have a client who's name is Ken, so I had way too much work on the brain, lol!  Please don't ask where the Paves part came in. smile105.gif  I completed the contact request on the salon's website, but I haven't heard back.  Can you PM me your contact person? 

 

All Brides - Are you ladies doing a wedding video? If so, are any of you buying one of the resort packages? I was going to buy a camcorder and have a relative be in charge, at least that way, we get a video and we get to keep the camera for roughly the same cost.  Now I am reconsidering, due to quality concerns.  What does everyone think? Am I taking being a "budget bride" too far? Any feedback is greatly appreciated!

 

Originally Posted by msglave View Post

Morning ladies!

 

I am REALLY wanting to do a TTD but it is so not in our budget! Can anyone recommend a photographer with a GREAT price (500 or less?)

 

Also, I'm not using that person for makeup. I'm using Adrienne from Waves.

 

Can't believe there's only 39 days left! (screaming)!!!!



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Welcome Mike!!! and another November wedding!!! we are leaving in 4 days yikes

 

Well if you stay in a master suite or higher for 4 days it is included. If not here is someone I recommend http://www.beautyweddings.com/symbolic.htm here is the e-mail your@beautyweddings.com

 

They specialize in doing wedding ceremonies including symbolic
 

Originally Posted by sirkeen View Post

Hi All,

 

I've neglected to post on here, but I have tried to keep up with the topics!  My fiancee and I are getting married on November 30th, 2010 at RPDC (We should see Jenny310 and FutureMrsYak there!).  I just got a phone call from Elsa (who has been pretty good, maybe a bit disorganized at some points) asking if we had arranged a person to conduct our ceremony.  I definitely overlooked this aspect!  I thought it was included in our package!!!!!!!!! They will provided somebody for 400$ she said..

 

We are having a symbolic ceremony only, so can anyone recommend someone to hold the ceremony for us?!  Bah, 28 days to the wedding, EEEK!

 

MIKE.... Probably one of the few guys doing planning around here!



Thanks Nikki!! I told all the guys bring shoes in case :)
 

Originally Posted by RunningBride24 View Post

Haha, welcome Mike! That's awesome that you're on here! Great ready for craziness!

 

Jess, you asked about shoes/walking up the aisle. It honestly depended on who was working! We went to Maria Maria's one night with just 4-6 of us and they made Kenny go put on closed toed shoes. Then the night of the rehearsal they didn't care about shorts or shoes (and remember, this wasn't even our "private" function, it was a free for all basically) so just smile and bat your lashes and slip on by. 

 

I had my bridesmaids walk up with the groomsmen. Lili came and got Kenny from the room and walked him down and stood him in place, then the rest of us trucked down there, by dad and I bringing up the tail end. It's all preference. I say if you want it, go for it! wink.gif





 

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