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Congratulations ladies! I am so glad you had great experiences at Dreams. I can't wait to read you reviews. Please let us know when you post!!!

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Hey ladies! I am back too- got back Sat but am a teacher and started school MOnday! been craaaaaaazy busy! I am sooooooooooo happy and amazed w. my dreams experience, it was perfect. Will write a review soon! I also had the pleasure of meeting MRS BUTLER! :)

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I just took a visit to Dreams this last weekend ladies and I must say I am in love for real...I mean we knew it would be nice...but to actually be there and see the magic of this place...I am really pulling for our families to let us have it here...they are all just so afraid to go to Mexico...
YAY for another texas/dreams cancun bride! I saw if you love it do it! Your family will go. I loved my wedding there. BTW I hired a great photographer from Dallas if you are interested let me know.

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Hi all, I have a question for past Dreams brides..

 

Im thinking of maybe doing a sand unity ceremony but dont know that much about it..I was wondering where in the ceremony it is done (is it done right after the vows and before the exchange of rings?), what is the wording of the ceremony and who says it, and is it hard to bring the vase of sand back through customshuh.gif it seems like you would have to hand hold the bottle of sand when you fly back or else the sand would get mixed too much in your luggage?

 

any feedback would be appreciated!!!

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Hey there, the sand ceremony deal is actually pretty cool. It is said right after you do your vows, and just before they "pronounce you husband and wife." We didnt have any problems bringing it back through customs. After all, its fake sand anyways. The wording is fairly typical, something like what you have with a unity candle. You know, they talk about how its two people pouring sand and how 2 vases of sand become one, just like the two of us joining in marriage. Things like that. The ceremony is only about 3 or 4 minutes long. It was read by our minister. I hope this helps.

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we just set a wedding date for next april! smile29.gif

 

we got quoted a group rate of $167 per person. didn't really seem like much of a deal over some of the internet packages. did anyone book thru the hotel? is there any advantage to booking straight thru the hotel? i am trying to decide what to tell my friends and family who are interested in setting something up....

 

thanks!

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