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Dreams Cancun - Questions for those married here!

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Hi Girls,

I went this weekend to Dreams Cancun for my site visit. I went to the spa and asked how much for bm hair and they told me $55.00.
Thanks Ana! How was the resort?! Did you love it?!

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Hi Girls,

I went this weekend to Dreams Cancun for my site visit. I went to the spa and asked how much for bm hair and they told me $55.00.
That's right! How did it go?!

As far as the hair, I think it depends on the complexity of the style as well.
My sister haad a style that was $45.
I think you also get a discount.

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Just read on the dreams site that the reason for the delays in the WC's getting back to everyone is that they currently have 2 weddings per day and thousands of emails and asking everyone to be patient. So if anyone is waiting for info thats probably why.

 

I thought they only did one a day but there ya go lol wrong again! drum.gif

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Just read on the dreams site that the reason for the delays in the WC's getting back to everyone is that they currently have 2 weddings per day and thousands of emails and asking everyone to be patient. So if anyone is waiting for info thats probably why.

I thought they only did one a day but there ya go lol wrong again! drum.gif
I think it really depends on the sizes of the weddings and the time of year.

I was married in October and since thats a quieter time of year, I only saw one wedding each day, but I know this is a really busy time for them.

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That's right! How did it go?!

As far as the hair, I think it depends on the complexity of the style as well.
My sister haad a style that was $45.
I think you also get a discount.
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I was at Dreams Cancun this weekend for my site visit. Me and my FI were there last year for a week. I love the hotel. Claudia is such a sweet girl and Daniella too. They had a weddding on Friday for one of the girls in the forum, her name is Candice. Her wedding was so beautiful! They also had another wedding on Saturday.

October is suposed to be low season, although I booked early December 2007. they have another wedding the same day as mine, but they only having the ceremony. Their ceremony is at 4:00PM and my is at 5pm.

Yes, you get a 15% discount at the spa. I had a meeting with Claudia Rodriguez, the photographer, I booked her for my wedding. She is a very nice lady.

Girls, it was extremely windy at the gazebo area. Candice, the girl getting married, had to take off the veil when she was walking down the aisle. They planned to do the reception by the garden and ended up at the lobby tower terrace because it was very windy.

I am bringing my own cake and they are decorating it. I am originally from Dominican Republic and we want Dominican cake. We heard their cake is not that great.

I am very excited now that I went there and did the contract.
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Okay,so as many of you know, my mom gets all this weird random wedding stuff from her work. Well, yesterday she brought me over a bubble machine! It's small and runs on batteries and I was thinking that since it's windy by the gazebo and throwing silk flowers after the ceremony would just result in a lot of litter in the water... maybe this would be a better option. I haven't played with bubbles in years so am not sure if they would just pop right away with the wind or if they would float around and look pretty. What do you all think?

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I bet they will look amazing... I say go for it! I want bubbles really bad. I need to figure out how I am going to do it.

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I was at Dreams Cancun this weekend for my site visit. Me and my FI were there last year for a week. I love the hotel. Claudia is such a sweet girl and Daniella too. They had a weddding on Friday for one of the girls in the forum, her name is Candice. Her wedding was so beautiful! They also had another wedding on Saturday.

October is suposed to be low season, although I booked early December 2007. they have another wedding the same day as mine, but they only having the ceremony. Their ceremony is at 4:00PM and my is at 5pm.

Yes, you get a 15% discount at the spa. I had a meeting with Claudia Rodriguez, the photographer, I booked her for my wedding. She is a very nice lady.

Girls, it was extremely windy at the gazebo area. Candice, the girl getting married, had to take off the veil when she was walking down the aisle. They planned to do the reception by the garden and ended up at the lobby tower terrace because it was very windy.

I am bringing my own cake and they are decorating it. I am originally from Dominican Republic and we want Dominican cake. We heard their cake is not that great.

I am very excited now that I went there and did the contract.
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Just wondering how you were bringing your cake in from the U.S. Will there be any issues with customs? Its a a really good idea... I would love to do this if it is allowed.

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After the contract, they sent me the payment options and I elected to pay by credit card. I made all the copies, scanned them in, and then emailed to Claudia. She confirmed she received them and sent them to the processing department (forgot what she called it). It's been a month and they still haven't charged my credit card. I sent her an email about 2 weeks ago asking when it would be processed and if there were any problems, but no response. I'm sure they will eventually get around to it.

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