Jump to content
Sign in to follow this  
cutierosie

Moon Palace 2008 & 2009 Brides - POST HERE!

Recommended Posts

Hey girls,

I'm back, everything was perfect and even Dolly didn't get in our way. I have the pictures from the hotel photographer and I think he did an amazing job. I will post them in a different thread, but here are a couple of them. I will also be posting a review sometime soon (before I dive back into work). Feel free to ask questions.

 

You look soooo beautiful! I am so glad Dolly didn't affect your wedding and that everything was perfect. I am looking forward to your review!

 

PS

I want a bouquet just like yours :)

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Quote:
Originally Posted by MoonPalacePookie View Post
Hey girls,
I'm back, everything was perfect and even Dolly didn't get in our way. I have the pictures from the hotel photographer and I think he did an amazing job. I will post them in a different thread, but here are a couple of them. I will also be posting a review sometime soon (before I dive back into work). Feel free to ask questions.

Click the image to open in full size.

Click the image to open in full size.

Click the image to open in full size.

PS. Thank you for the flowers Dez, you're so sweet.
OMG I LOVE YOUR PICTURES!! I feel better about using the hotel photographer!!!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Quote:
Originally Posted by erinnjosh View Post
Those pictures from the Moon Palace photographer are great!! YOU LOOK AMAZING!

Is anyone planning on using anyone else besides their photographers? If so, will they let you use the moon palace photographer for the "welcome dinner" instead? I'm paying for them to take pictures, I just am not going to be using them for the wedding!!

Talk about a mini-freak out! I'm filling out save the dates this weekend! GEEZ!!!

And some of my friends are saying that its "too expensive" to come to the wedding! I know it is expensive, but its hard to not take it a little personally. is anyone else dealing with this??

Also, anyone know of a good place to get silk flowers?? I'm wanting tropically **not sure that's a word** ones!!!
I am TOTALLY dealing with this same exact thing!! When we 1st got engaged everyone was all for it, but as the time is getting closer (10 months away) people are complaining about the cost!! But it's no more expensive then what you'd spend to go on vacation. Plus my all inclusive travel agent gave us some GREAT rates for Moon Palace!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Pookie,

You look absolutely BEAUTIFUL!! Your dress is amazing!!

I am so happy for you!

We leave a week from today, so seeing all of those beautiful pictures are making me really excited!

 

What time was your ceremony? Was it too hot? And was it really windy?

I am obsessed with that! LOL!

 

Melissa

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Hi - I am back! Dez, you are truly a sweetheart! Thanks for sending the flowers :o)

 

Dolly didn't even show her face :o) No signs at all and actually nothing but major sunshine - not even 5 minutes of rain the entire 8 days were there.

 

Everything went flawless! From the moment we arrived (1 day before all the guests) to the day we left. The ceremony was more than I ever could have asked for. The only regret I have is that I was VERY emotional and if I wasn't some of the pictures would have turned out better.

 

For those of you who have any worries - the Wedding Department has all of this nailed! The resort photographer was absolutely fantastic and took alot of pictures! The WC was awesome. I have alot of pictures and will post later. We just got home super late last night and I just wanted to post something this morning. I will start posting some pictures in a little while.

 

I appreciate the thoughts!

 

Take care and will be back soon!

Nicole

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Quote:
Originally Posted by ashrose View Post
POOKIE! I have one more question... how was dancing on the lake terrace? Was it even? Were you able to spin easily?
The terrace was great, it looks like stamped stone type surface (I'm not sure what its called, it looks like the rest of the pathways in MP) and I had no problem dancing or spinning and I had 3 inch heels on. The only problem we had is they have power sockets on the floor right in the middle of the dance floor, they had plastic covers, but those kept getting kicked off. They did not get in the way of the dancing, but it was weird knowing they are there.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Quote:
Originally Posted by mtomas5555 View Post
Pookie,
You look absolutely BEAUTIFUL!! Your dress is amazing!!
I am so happy for you!
We leave a week from today, so seeing all of those beautiful pictures are making me really excited!

What time was your ceremony? Was it too hot? And was it really windy?
I am obsessed with that! LOL!

Melissa
Melissa,
My ceremony was at 4 and reception at 6, both outside. The weather was perfect, it was hot, but not miserably hot, no one complained and these people complained about everything. We did rent umbrellas for the reception and those helped a lot, we had one for each table. It wasn't terribly windy either, my veil kept getting blowed over my shoulder, but other than that no problems. Nothing to worry about. I'm so excited for you, I wish I was doing it all over again, I had such a great time.

Nicole,
Welcome back, glad to hear everything went well for you.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Quote:
Originally Posted by ntanzob View Post
Hi - I am back! Dez, you are truly a sweetheart! Thanks for sending the flowers :o)

Dolly didn't even show her face :o) No signs at all and actually nothing but major sunshine - not even 5 minutes of rain the entire 8 days were there.

Everything went flawless! From the moment we arrived (1 day before all the guests) to the day we left. The ceremony was more than I ever could have asked for. The only regret I have is that I was VERY emotional and if I wasn't some of the pictures would have turned out better.

For those of you who have any worries - the Wedding Department has all of this nailed! The resort photographer was absolutely fantastic and took alot of pictures! The WC was awesome. I have alot of pictures and will post later. We just got home super late last night and I just wanted to post something this morning. I will start posting some pictures in a little while.

I appreciate the thoughts!

Take care and will be back soon!
Nicole

Welcome Back Nicole! I'm so happy it was perfect for you!!
Can't wait to see pics!

Melissa

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Quote:
Originally Posted by MoonPalacePookie View Post
Melissa,
My ceremony was at 4 and reception at 6, both outside. The weather was perfect, it was hot, but not miserably hot, no one complained and these people complained about everything. We did rent umbrellas for the reception and those helped a lot, we had one for each table. It wasn't terribly windy either, my veil kept getting blowed over my shoulder, but other than that no problems. Nothing to worry about. I'm so excited for you, I wish I was doing it all over again, I had such a great time.

Nicole,
Welcome back, glad to hear everything went well for you.
THANKS POOKIE!!! cheesy.gif

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now
Sign in to follow this  


  • Best Destination Wedding Sponsors



    Facebook Pinterest Google+ Twitter
  • Posts

    • When brides takes off her wedding dress and begins her marriage life,the first problem after wedding is to modify her name. You have a marriage license with your new last name, doesn't mean you've officially changed your name. Which aspects should be paid attention to to change the surname?
      1. Get your marriage license.
      Before you can change your name, you'll need the original (or certified) marriage license with the raised seal. Call the clerk's office where your license was filed to get copies if one wasn't automatically sent to you. 2. Change your Social Security card.
      Visit the Social Security Administration's website and fill out the application for a new Social Security card. You'll keep the same number—just your name will be different. Mail in your application to the local Social Security Administration office. You should get your new card within 10 business days. 3. Change your license at the DMV.
      Take a trip to the local Department of Motor Vehicles office to get a new license with your new last name. Bring every form of identification you can get your hands on—your old license, your certified marriage certificate and, most importantly, your new Social Security card. 4. Change your bank accounts.
      This one's a biggie, especially if you're setting up a joint bank account, or if you have one already set up. The fastest way to change your name at your bank is to go into a branch location, bringing your new driver's license and your marriage certificate. You should request new checks and debit and credit cards on top of changing the name attached to your accounts. Something to note: You might get hit with fees for requesting a new debit card. 5. Fill in the blanks
      Once you have a social security card and driver's license in your married name, other changes should be fairly easy. Some places only require a phone call; others may ask for a copy of your marriage certificate or social security card. Be sure to notify: -Employers/payroll
      -Post office
      -Electric and other utility companies
      -Credit card companies
      -Schools and alumni associations
      -Landlord or mortgage company
      -Insurance companies (auto, home, life)
      -Doctors' offices
      -Voter registration office
      -Investment account providers
      -Your attorney (to update legal documents, including your will)
      -Passport office
      -Airlines (to transfer over your miles)
    • Planning to get married? Let’s discover some great wedding venues in Bangalore. The increasing demand for the wedding venues in Bangalore makes it very difficult for both the bride’s and groom’s family to get hold of a marriage hall that is suitable for the marriage. As they say, marriages have to be organized in a grand fashion. The atmosphere and the ambiance of a wedding make it memorable for a lifetime. Though there are a plenty of wedding venues in Bangalore, there is only a handful of them that are really good, Offering the best possible experience.  Some of the most popular wedding venues in Bangalore are: THE TAMARIND TREE: Tamarind Tree has the old world charm. This is one of the best wedding venues in Bangalore that boast about its eco-friendly surrounding. Built in the middle of a few acres of garden filled with lush greenery and trees, which also includes the tamarind tree after which it was named, a pond, a stage for the band, classic looking pavilions for the guests to sit, and a lot of spaces around the area. The premise has two large kitchens with a very special fully stocked bar and a lot of space where the guests can dine comfortably. The place can accommodate up to 1000 guests. Customer Reviews : Address: 88, Kanakapura road, Anjanapura post, Avalahalli, Royal Park residency layout 2, 9th phase. JP Nagar, Bangalore 560062 THE COURTYARD HOUSE: The courtyard house is located off Sarjapur Road, the premise is a unique and unconventional property suited for various events, namely weddings. The outdoor space of courtyard house draws in people looking to get away from the traffic and noise in the city, well within the city limits. The green grass and tall trees make for great photographic backdrops making it popular for wedding events. Customer Reviews : Address: Janatha Colony, Gunjur Palya, Bengaluru 560087 RITZ-CARLTON:   The Ritz-Carlton has over 277 spacious rooms and suites and is one of the most luxurious hotels in Bangalore. Seven luxurious restaurants, the Ritz-Carlton spa, and tastefully appointed meeting spaces make it ideal to host marriage occasions. Customer Reviews : Address: 99, Residency Road, Shanthala Nagar, Ashok Nagar, Bengaluru 560025 BALAN FARM CONVENTION CENTER: Balan farm is a green, wooded island of peace and serenity nestled quietly in the busy rapidly developing JP Nagar. Neighboring the Brigade Millenium Apartments and L&T South city it spreads across two acres of an old orchard retaining the ancient fruit-bearing trees and landscaped gardens. Balan Farm convention center JP Nagar has over 10,000 sq ft of the tiled canopy without any walls blocking and it makes for a really good view. Customer Reviews : Address: 99/4, Nataraja Layout, JP Nagar 7th Phase, Bengaluru 560078 HYATT MG ROAD: Hyatt a 5 Star hotels in Bangalore is located on MG Road. The guest rooms are colorful with a great view of the city, this makes it an ideal place for private ceremonies with 2300 sq ft of meeting and event space. The Hyatt MG road, Bangalore also has restaurants like the Pink Poppadom, Liquid Lounge, and Bar. Customer Reviews : Address: 1/1, Swami Vivekananda Road, Someshwarpura, Ulsoor, Bengaluru 560008 BUNGALOW 7 Bungalow7 offers a unique setting for a wedding, pre-wedding and post-wedding functions. The place hosts a variety of public and private events all within a stunning heritage setting of central Bangalore. Customer Reviews : Address: 7, Hall Road, Richards Town, Bengaluru 560005 GAYATRI VIHAR MANTAPA: Gayatri Vihar is one of the most luxurious wedding halls situated on Palace ground. It boasts of a massive one lakh sq ft area which can easily accommodate up to 5000 guests. The ambiance of the place makes it ideal for community gatherings and private parties. Customer Reviews : Address: Jayamahal Palace Ground, Bengaluru 560080
    • My best friend is getting married with his long-term girlfriend next month. As a best friend, I want to give them the best present they would ever receive on their special day. I am planning to buy them plane tickets and book them for a one week trip abroad. However, I am torn between Ukraine ski trip and a tour to Lima, Peru. My best friend loves skiing and his future wife is a chef, so I presume she would want to experience a Peruvian taste. Now, I am confused. Which is which? I would appreciate it if you guys will leave a comment to help me out with this. Suggesting a way better idea which will accommodate the two activities for the soon-to-be wedded couple is a big help too. Thanks!    
    • Hello all!! I'm getting married next week. Every arrangement has been done by my sister for my special day. When I joined in an MNC I was troubled with severe headaches and as per my colleague's instruction, I took an appointment in a nearby eye clinic. And after an eye examination in Toronto, the eye specialist diagnosed hypermetropia in me. And the doctor prescribed eyeglasses for me. The doctor suggested me to wear eyeglasses during the working time. But I used to wear it sometimes not every day. Then I was troubled with severe eye strain and headache and mom was scolding me to wear eyeglasses every day. I thought of saying goodbye to eyeglasses forever. I'm planning for a Lasik eye surgery soon before my marriage. I don't know whether I'm eligible for Lasik eye surgery. I'm tensed about its recovery time and its complications. Can someone help me by sharing your views?  
    • In the 2017 bridal fashion week, many styles of wedding dresses were gradually popular. From serious bling to regal capes and fun and flirty short numbers, ByCouturier've got all the hottest wedding dress trends you need to know. Allover Sparkle
      Over-the-top sequins, tonal beading and metallic embellishments turned the Bridal Fashion Week runways into a glittery affair. Perfect for evening nuptials under the stars, this trend is daring but sophisticated. Pro tip: If you're rocking a gown with lots of sparkle, keep your accessories minimal and let your glitzy frock do all the talking.  Bold Ball Gowns
      If you're looking to make a dramatic entrance, a classic ball gown is for you—and we saw plenty of them. Take a cue from long, lace sleeves, or get glam with an embellished strapless bodice. No matter the details, this voluminous style is sure to turn heads.  Captivating Capes
      Not into veils? A full-length bridal cape or shorter capelet is the perfect alternative: It still adds movement to your gown, but feels fashion forward. Plus, this trend is an easy way to pull off a mid-wedding outfit change. Wear a cape or capelet for a more formal look during your ceremony, then whisk it away to hit the dance floor at your reception. Short, Sassy Dresses
      Whether you show off your legs (and a killer pair of heels) in an embellished mini or opt for a more conservative midi-length number, a wedding dress with a flirty hemline is a chic way to mix it up. Not willing to give up your dream ball gown? Change into a shorter frock to spice up your reception or after-party.  Plunging Necklines
      The deep V-neckline is a must-try for two reasons: It flatters your upper body (even if you're busty!) and elongates your frame. A plunging V with scalloped lace is ultra-feminine, while a sleek V plays up the inherently sexy vibe of a curve-skimming silhouette. Just make sure you have fashion tape handy the day of to avoid any wardrobe malfunctions. 
      Skinny Straps
      We love this trend for two reasons: A gown with barely there straps has all of the sex appeal of a strapless neckline, plus added support. We call that a bridal fashion win. 
  • Topics

×