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For those of you that got married in Cabo in the SUMMER

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That's great to know Tammy!

 

Well, I'm getting conflicting information about the sunset in July (some say its 7PM, some say its 8PM).

 

We wanted ample time for photos, so we were thinking about having our ceremony at about 4-5PM at the gazebo.

 

It's just the two of us and our families, so no groomsmen or bridesmaids.

 

I really hope there's a breeze that day.

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Sarah -how is your stomach feeling?
Alot better thank you!!! Not 100% better Got a couple IV's yesterday so that helped... not throwing up anymore so that good.... You know its bad when you too sick to go on the forum for more than five min in one day LOL!

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That's great to know Tammy!

Well, I'm getting conflicting information about the sunset in July (some say its 7PM, some say its 8PM).

We wanted ample time for photos, so we were thinking about having our ceremony at about 4-5PM at the gazebo.

It's just the two of us and our families, so no groomsmen or bridesmaids.

I really hope there's a breeze that day.
Do a search on the forum, their used to be a link to a website that tells you around the time the sunset will be on any certain day.

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I got married in July at 7pm at it was no problem - the breaze picks up in the evening and makes it cool down to a nice temp. I would recomend not wearing a dress that requires a big skirt thing under it - when I got my dress they suggested one so it would be really full but I said no and was glad I did - who wants to be walking around the beach with what feels like a bedspread undernieth your dress - no fun! Don't worry you will be fine!

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So I haven't gotten married yet...and I am getting married at the end of Oct....but I too was very worried about looking sweaty in my pictures and am scared about my make up smearing or my eyelashes peeling off. I hired a person from suzane morel to stay with me until 7pm for touch ups on my hair and make up, making sure my veil is straightl, to put my hair flower on after we take couple pictures, to make sure my dress is okay...They're charging me $100 for this extra service

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wow leia - $100? thats a steal for that kind of beauty insurance ;-)

 

and i just noticed youve already got 80 guests booked for OCTOBER! way to go girl!

 

re: makeup not melting -- my photog recommended MAC makeup and foundation. it photographs well and wont run.

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wow leia - $100? thats a steal for that kind of beauty insurance ;-)

and i just noticed youve already got 80 guests booked for OCTOBER! way to go girl!

re: makeup not melting -- my photog recommended MAC makeup and foundation. it photographs well and wont run.
I know maura..I feel so blessed that our family and friends have decided to support us, but yet I feel stomach pains when I think of the costs.

I think Suzane uses MAc products so I'll let her know that i want to use their foundation. Thanks for the tip sweetie!

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That's great to know Tammy!

Well, I'm getting conflicting information about the sunset in July (some say its 7PM, some say its 8PM).

We wanted ample time for photos, so we were thinking about having our ceremony at about 4-5PM at the gazebo.

It's just the two of us and our families, so no groomsmen or bridesmaids.

I really hope there's a breeze that day.
I can tell you - without a doubt - that sunset on July 22nd, will be at 8:00 p.m. Your ceremony may be scheduled as late as 7:00 p.m. so you still have great sunset photos... scheduling the ceremony at least 1.5 hours before the sunset would be best but you should be fine with a 7p.m. ceremony time. HTH

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