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#741 JODEY

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    Posted 12 February 2008 - 05:43 AM

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    I have been looking for info in previous posts but cant find it..did any of the past or are any of the future DC brides doing that intimate dinner for two option? If so any idea the cost?


    Also...how do you/did you get the oot bags distributed? Did Daniella or Claudia help? or the concierge? Thank you all as usual!
    Hi Lucy, I would also like to do the meal for two on the beach maybe the day after the wedding, I'm not sure on the price of this either but if I found out I will let you know, if anyone does know anything about this it would be great to hear from them !

    #742 kristi

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      Posted 12 February 2008 - 08:17 AM

      Is everyone getting married before they leave home and having a non-legal ceremony? Just wondered if it's alot easier..

      #743 MSMANDEEE

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        Posted 12 February 2008 - 08:52 AM

        Kristi, that is what we plan to do! Just to avoid the blood tests etc. I bruise really easy, and dont want a big one for all my pics. We think it will save the hassle of teh transaltion of documents etc.

        #744 JODEY

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          Posted 12 February 2008 - 08:53 AM

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          Is everyone getting married before they leave home and having a non-legal ceremony? Just wondered if it's alot easier..
          Hi Kristi, By the sounds of thing it is alot easier to get married legally at home and have the ceremony in Mexico because of the blood tests and legal documents ect... but we're opting for the legal ceremony, which is a little nerve racking but personally I feel that if we get married in the UK first it could take away some of the excitment although I think it was Jilly that said they got married first and she didn't feel any less excited, I just hope the blood tests go ok, we have no reason to be worried but its such a big deal IF there was something wrong, I think I'm worrying for nothing, if there was a problem you can not go ahead with the ceremony so it would be a big waste of time and money

          #745 *JillD*

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            Posted 12 February 2008 - 09:48 AM

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            Hi Jilly I was wondering if you had any pictures of the terrece? From what I've read that seems to be a nice place to have it. Also what is the location by the lagoon? Thanks so much! Oh and Congrats! Your wedding looked amazing!
            I think the only pictures I have of the gazebo are the few I took at night, I don't think I took any others, sorry!

            #746 dancingdolphin

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              Posted 12 February 2008 - 04:25 PM

              Initially, I was going to do a legal ceremony, but due to date availability, I could only get a Sunday date (only symbolic ceremonies). We decided to go for it since it was only 1 day later than our desired date and we really wanted DC. Turns out, I think it will be a blessing in disguise since we don't have to be there 4 days earlier and can spend more time after the ceremony in Cancun.

              #747 lucy106

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                Posted 12 February 2008 - 04:37 PM

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                Is everyone getting married before they leave home and having a non-legal ceremony? Just wondered if it's alot easier..
                We are doing the legal ceremony in Mexico. Yes it costs a little more and yes its a little bit more work but we wanted it all to be there! Guess its just all personal preference.

                #748 JODEY

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                  Posted 13 February 2008 - 05:39 AM

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                  Originally Posted by lucy106
                  We are doing the legal ceremony in Mexico. Yes it costs a little more and yes its a little bit more work but we wanted it all to be there! Guess its just all personal preference.
                  Hi Lucy, Do you still have to have the blood test with you being from the U.S ? I don't know why I'm stressing about this because there really shouldn't be any problems, I think its the fact that if there were any problems it couldn't go ahead and this really scares me

                  #749 dc22173

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                    Posted 13 February 2008 - 06:20 AM

                    I filled out the wedding request form on the dreams cancun website a couple of days ago. I still have not heard back from anyone there. The wedding is not until April 25,2009 but I would like to book this date before it gets filled up, if it has not already. Does anyone have a direct email to the wedding consultant? I dont know if they got my inquiry or if my request is lost somewhere out on the web :)

                    Also, how do I earn points so that I can open up attachments. I have seen some pretty cool ideas for the OOT bags and lots of info on the dreams packages but I can not open any attachments.

                    Diana

                    #750 kristi

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                      Posted 13 February 2008 - 11:16 AM

                      The wedding coorinator is Claudia....her e-mail is weddings@dreamscancun.com.mx. it takes a really long time to hear back from them. If you have a TA your best bet would be to have her set it up. Good luck!




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