Originally Posted by Sara Tamargo
Hey girls! I'm not writing as vendor, on Sunday my boyfriend gave me the engagement ring, so now I'm writing as engaged!. Like you, I want so much to get married on the beach!.
I'll be happy to read your tips!
Hey! Congratulations Sara!!! Are you getting married at the Bahia?
Originally Posted by Heather 2012
I'm getting married in 2 weeks at the akumal hammock location! Getting very excited...
Im canadian and am going to get USD to take with me, I'm just wondering if anyone knows if the spa, photographer and most excursion tours accept visa? I'd like to bring down as little $ as possible..
Also I have the Portifino booked for 5:30 and the jacuzzi pool at 7:30 for the poolside party, I know a few of you have had a similar layout so I'm just wondering is two hours too long for dinner? Or will this flow smoothly?
I paid for the spa and our excursions with credit card. It's a lovely thing actually, because the exchange rate is really bad at the resort compared to the credit card companies. For instance, the safe fee was $20, but I said I wanted to pay with credit card, not cash. It was $14.63 on my credit card bill. That was nice!
Honestly, yes, 2 hours is too long. Or at least it was for Cheryl's wedding. 1 1/2 is way better. UNLESS you have cake cutting in the restaurant and a lot of toasts or something. Otherwise everyone sat around for at least a half an hour after they were done eating.
Originally Posted by aquamaniac
So my dilemma is finally resolved, we've confirmed with Paloma that we'll be doing the ceremony at 4pm but now at the Tulum Gazebo. So now our WC and restaurant change, I feel like I am back at square one!
Gazebo it is! Congrats! I think you'll be much happier with the 4pm time and now you'll be able to take some great photos!