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I think in lieu of a whole OOT bag, we're going to have a welcome letter with a brief introduction of all our guests. Something like a facebook so they won't feel like jerks if they forget someone's name. With that letter/info we are going to include personalized koozies that say something like "To have and to hold and keep my beverage cold." Figure those who don't drink can still put their diet cokes in the koozie. Of course this is an idea I got off this forum!!

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Good Morning Everyone! It's been awhile since I've been on here, we actually got married almost a year ago :) Anyway, I remembered how much I valued the information given to me from previous brides at Barcelo and thought I share my photos for those that were questioning, the resort, food, etc. The photos should be able to answer alot of those questions!

 

Congratulations to everyone!! :)

 

05.23.09 Monica and Kevin | Barcelo Maya | Photos by Vincent

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Good Morning Everyone! It's been awhile since I've been on here, we actually got married almost a year ago :) Anyway, I remembered how much I valued the information given to me from previous brides at Barcelo and thought I share my photos for those that were questioning, the resort, food, etc. The photos should be able to answer alot of those questions!

Congratulations to everyone!! :)

05.23.09 Monica and Kevin | Barcelo Maya | Photos by Vincent
Wow, your pictures are beautiful!! I just had one question for you: I'm getting married in the Palace Gazebo too.. I was wondering if they provided the aisle runner or if that's something you brought?

Thanks! and Congrats on your wedding!

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I was wondering if anyone has actually used PhotoCarribean and has any input? I'm really confused whether or not we can bring in an outside photographer-- even if they are considered a "guest."

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I'm getting close to my wedding date...March 20th (!) and am slowly realizing that I have to take a ton of things down there with me! LOL. But, I have a couple of questions....
1. What sorts of things did you guys put in your welcome bags?
So far, I have:
Immodium, Advil, Bandaids, anti bac, body wash, lotion, and was planning on
getting chips and candy once I got down to Riviera Maya...anything I'm missing
or anything else I can add? I have about 35 bags to put together.
2. Are you ladies doing favors, and if so, what?
Hello, I suggest not needing to include chips and snacks as Barcelo Maya Palace includes this in every room and replenishes daily. I stayed there about a year ago and the fridge was always stocked with chips, peanuts, beer and PLENTY of water.

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I will be photographing a wedding there next week, so I'm pretty positive you can have an outside guest as your photographer. But, I'll be able to tell you more after next weekend! :)

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Good Morning Everyone! It's been awhile since I've been on here, we actually got married almost a year ago :) Anyway, I remembered how much I valued the information given to me from previous brides at Barcelo and thought I share my photos for those that were questioning, the resort, food, etc. The photos should be able to answer alot of those questions!

Congratulations to everyone!! :)

05.23.09 Monica and Kevin | Barcelo Maya | Photos by Vincent


HI Monica!!

I LOVED your pictures!!

Did you have a lot of people watching your ceremony on the walk way between the gazebo and the beach?

Where was your reception held?

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Hello, I suggest not needing to include chips and snacks as Barcelo Maya Palace includes this in every room and replenishes daily. I stayed there about a year ago and the fridge was always stocked with chips, peanuts, beer and PLENTY of water.
Thanks! That is good to know! I was planning on getting the local flavor snack foods once we arrived, but if they have them in the room, all the better!

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