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#1051 DWandMJ

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    Posted 14 October 2008 - 01:54 AM

    Annouk, the quickest and easiest way to accrue points is to go into the Newbies thread and say 'welcome' to the list of newcomers.

    #1052 amduran

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      Posted 14 October 2008 - 09:16 AM

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      Hi there,

      I do not have enough points to open both files. If posssible could you plaes e-mail ot to me,

      my e-mail address is annouskabryan@hotmail.co.uk

      Many thanks
      I will email it later today when I get home. In the meantime, Marie is right... a few quick one liners to the Newbies will get you the points!

      #1053 HaleGrifa

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        Posted 14 October 2008 - 04:17 PM

        [QUOTE=amduran;569047]INFORMATION ON LINENS

        This is information on the standard linens you can use for free and some of the other linens you can use for a rental fee.



        Wow - thanks so much for the links.

        This is a huge help.

        Laura

        #1054 HaleGrifa

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          Posted 14 October 2008 - 04:20 PM

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          Originally Posted by johnson_jc
          Great questions! Thanks for providing answers

          Wow - a HUGE Help!

          Thanks so much

          Do you know if you are allowed to remove the red aisle runner? The length of the aisle?

          Thank you
          Laura

          #1055 HaleGrifa

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            Posted 14 October 2008 - 04:30 PM

            [QUOTE=amduran;568558]My WC sent me a bunch of information this weekend that some of you may find useful. (Cake & Flower Catalog)
            There are a few other files she

            Awesome - huge help.

            I love, love this forum - it gives us the heads-up on what to expect.

            I am gettting more exicted with each post.

            Thanks Ladies =)

            Laura January 29, 2009 Bride-to-Be

            #1056 DWandMJ

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              Posted 14 October 2008 - 08:20 PM

              Quote:
              Originally Posted by HaleGrifa
              Wow - a HUGE Help!

              Thanks so much

              Do you know if you are allowed to remove the red aisle runner? The length of the aisle?

              Thank you
              Laura
              Laura,
              You are allowed to remove the red aisle runner. From what I understand, its basically just a long rubberized rug.

              #1057 DWandMJ

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                Posted 14 October 2008 - 08:31 PM

                Also, a follow-up on the listing of answers received from Claudia...
                I gave her a quick call this morning and she stated that as long as the product is environmentally friendly, we are allowed to use freeze-dried petals.

                To anyone interested in using petals, but are on a budget that won't permit spending $40/bag, flyboynaturals.com is running some anniversary sale with some great discounts. Although there are more premium quality products elsewhere, you're also going to pay a premium price. I was able to pickup 60 cups of their "premium" (not seconds rejects) off-white rose petals and 50 cups of antique green/blue/purple hydrangea petals for $110, plus $16 S&H. All of which are deemed "eco-friendly." Although I would have preferred to wait a few months, who knows when a sale like this will come up again. I'll just have to store them in a dark, cool dry place for a few months.

                #1058 Camie78

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                  Posted 14 October 2008 - 08:56 PM

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                  Originally Posted by DWandMJ
                  To those interested, Claudia provided a list of answers to my questions that you may find helpful...

                  Q: I've seen a few photos taken in the chapel with white slip covers placed over the pews. How much does this option run?

                  A: We do not offer that option. Those are the covers that protect the pews.

                  Q: I've also noticed in photos that the couple tends to stand behind the altar. May we opt to have the minister stand behind the altar and us in front, as is traditional?

                  A: Yes, we usually place the couple like that to catch the ocean on their backs, but it is up to you.

                  Q: Would having candles on the altar in lieu of floral arrangements present any kind of problems? Is there a price listing for rentable glass hurricanes? Decorative river rocks and/or sea glass? Pillar candles?

                  A: No, if you have a picture I can send you a quotation

                  Q: We would like to skip the red carpet down the aisle and sprinkle the area with rose petals instead. Is this an option? If so, is there a price structure for this? Approximate number of bags of petals used? Length of the aisle? Is there a policy pertaining to use of silk vs. real petals?

                  A: We cannot use silk petals because of environmental policies. Real rose petals cost around $40.00USD each bag and you will need approximately 6 bags and it won't look full.

                  Q: While using the CD player to play the ceremony music, would someone be available to press play/switch songs?

                  A: Yes, we do have a person in charge. It is important to bring the CD in advance and write down the track numbers for each part.


                  Hope this helps with some of the outstanding questions...
                  Thank you so much for sharing this, it was incredibly helpful. Quick question - are you bringing a CD player or does Moon Palace provide one?

                  #1059 DWandMJ

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                    Posted 14 October 2008 - 09:16 PM

                    The resort provides a CD player as part of their package.... we're using the free symbolic which will allow us to pick and choose which extras we want and prevent having to pay for those options we dont want.

                    #1060 DWandMJ

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                      Posted 14 October 2008 - 11:20 PM

                      Hey, have any of you ladies figured out how you'll decorate the pews/chairs?




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