Dreams Cancun - Questions for those married here!
Posted 25 March 2010 - 03:30 PM
Posted 25 March 2010 - 07:56 PM
He was with us for a little over 2 hours, most of which was his fault and he didn't charge us extra. We did wind up buying all 600 pictures that he took that day for $350.00.
Unless you are doing a TTD or you want him there for your reception, then I think you'll have plenty of time with him. Just don't expect to be at your Cocktail hour [/QUOTE]
I just e-mailed Juan and he told me the price for an extra hour and extra 2 hours, I just wanted to make sure I had plenty of time and I am kind of wanting some pictures of the reception/cocktail time so I'm not sure if we will add time or not. He said in the price that it included 50 or 100 DVD images but I e-mailed him asking how I could get ALL the pictures plus extra time.
He also said that he won't be able to get the pictures to me before I leave so I'm a little nervous because we need them for our AHR that is 10 days later!
Posted 25 March 2010 - 08:06 PM
What was lighting like at the reception? I saw that you could buy the lights to put under the tables, is it worth it to do that? I think we are going to be on the smaller beach with the sunset so do you think I need to add more lighting?
Posted 25 March 2010 - 10:05 PM
Posted 26 March 2010 - 01:26 PM
Posted 26 March 2010 - 06:53 PM
| Originally Posted by TheOneDay |
We are also doing lights under our table with a beach reception on the Himtsu Beach on June 5th. If any of you are there and would like to stop by and check it out please feel free.
| Originally Posted by StarfishBride2010 |
Andim - I am having the lights under the table and we are doing the beach reception the day before you...June 8th. We are getting married at the Gazebo and doing our reception on the Himtsu Beach. Feel free to stop down and check it out the night before your wedding. We have 26 people coming...I'm getting so frickin excited!!!!!
We will be there on the 4th so I'm excited that I might get to do spying on your weddings!
I think we will do the lights, but I won't mess with any other centerpeices or anything since we are having our formal reception back home, this will more just be a dinner and hanging out.
I've been e-mailing Cecilia Dumas and we are most likely going to do our TTD the next day at the Marriott.
I'm getting so excited!!!!
Posted 27 March 2010 - 01:35 PM
Posted 27 March 2010 - 03:46 PM
| Originally Posted by stacey |
I wore a veil, but it was very very windy. It kept flying over my head, so before I walked down the isle we tried to pin it to my dress. But once I got to the gazebo it was so windy it came undone. About half way through the ceremony my maid of honor ended up tucking the veil into the back of my dress. It was actually pretty funny.
We also used the resort photog, and our photos and video came with the package. The video guy deliverd our video to us the next morning, and the photog delieverd our photos a few days later to our honey moon resort. I forget how maby photos we got, but it was a pretty big album, and he also gave us like 8 big photos.
Hope that helps
| Originally Posted by andim |
Did you talk to Juan about the extra photo time or Cecilia? I have emailed Juan a few times and he told me the ultimate wedding package included 90 min of photo time, so I wanted to add more time but he hasn't e-mailed me back.
I asked Juan about it at first and he gave me pricing info which I talked to Cecilia about. She's the one booking the extra time
| Originally Posted by peterpanpixiedust |
wow! you might have just gotten your idea stolen... by me! that is awesome! I was thinking about ribbon wands if we can't do rice or eco confetti. I don't want bubbles... too many people do it and I want to have some uniqueness....even if I "borrow" most of my ideas
Posted 27 March 2010 - 08:02 PM
| Originally Posted by carolina24 |
they let you throw stuff as long as its eco friendly. I'm pretty sure they don't allow the flying lanters b/c of fire hazards. We're doing sparklers
The sparklers are a cute idea! Are you buying them in Mexico or can you take them on the plane as long as they are checked?
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