| Originally Posted by jkcz0702 |
Welcome Back Mrs... Congrats!!! You look beautiful! I love your bouquet did you get them from the resort? What was the Mayan ceremony like? Was there a break between the legal and mayan ceremony? Cant wait to see more picts and read all about it.
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Posted 06 November 2008 - 04:00 PM
I can't wait to hear all about the weddings that just took place!
I leave on Wednesday so things are getting down to the wire!!
(ok Morgan, calm down with the exclamation points )
My question right now is about the Spa. I've heard different things:
I've heard that you cant book until you get to the resort, then I heard that you should book before you arrive.
I've heard they don't use curling irons but rather a flat iron to curl your hair (this doesn't make sense to me) and I also heard that they burned some girls ends.
Then I heard that they were great and there were not problems.
Can anyone help me with this??
Thanks so much.
Posted 06 November 2008 - 04:03 PM
My bouquet will be orange roses, my girls will have orange and white flowers.
We're trying to move dinner earlier because my videographer will only be there for 5 hours and I want to make sure there is stuff for him to film besides us killing time between photos and the reception.
You ladies have been so helpful. Thanks again
Posted 06 November 2008 - 04:05 PM
| Originally Posted by royfa |
The mayan ceremony was really pretty the Shaman was there with two other person and they gave us a blessing with the 4 elements. At one point we had to drop what was bless (that they put in a little basket) into the ocean... The ceremony was right after the legal one... It was just beside the gazebo. It started after my guests were all seated... We didn't get any break but it was quite fast... It was about 25 minutes. I didn't think my guests would have enjoy it but everybody was really impress with it... If you want more info, let me know
Was there an extra cost?
Thanks so much.
Posted 06 November 2008 - 04:25 PM
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