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I checked with her a few weeks ago, and they were not available yet. I think we will get them soon though.

Does anyone know if the resort has any colour sashes for the chairs other than white? I am wanting some sort of teal blue, but I think they only have white. Anyone know where the best place to buy that sort of thing (cheaply) would be? I think I'll need between 50-60 ish. I was thinking ebay? I have not started looking yet though...

 

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I've found a couple sites that seem to have really good prices:

http://www.tableclothsfactory.com/default.asp (most seem to be around $0.69 or so)
 
http://www.weddinglinensdirect.com/ (have 10 packs on sale for $5.90)
 

 

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I checked with her a few weeks ago, and they were not available yet. I think we will get them soon though.

Does anyone know if the resort has any colour sashes for the chairs other than white? I am wanting some sort of teal blue, but I think they only have white. Anyone know where the best place to buy that sort of thing (cheaply) would be? I think I'll need between 50-60 ish. I was thinking ebay? I have not started looking yet though...

 

Kristen



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I believe they only have white or a pale pink chair sash to chose from - our colours are turquoise and gold; I got them from ebay and Elena advised they would be happy to use any decorations we bring with us and there is no additional fee.  I have seen some of the other hotels charge for everything!

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I got the 2011 prices for the private reception in case any of you are also having one. See below. The price for the DJ is 100$ per hour.

 

BUFFET STYLE DINNER “INTERNATIONAL 1â€

Cena Estilo Buffet “Internacional 1â€

 

 

SALAD BAR (6) / Barra de ensaladas

 

COLD ENTRIES / Entradas frías

CHEESE VARIETY, SEAFOOD COCKTAIL , VARIETY PATES (ESPEJO DE PATES), ROAST BEEF, SALAD BAR AND DECORATED TURKEY.

Variedad de quesos, Cóctel de mariscos, Variedad de pates, Roast beef,

Barra de ensaladas decoradas con pavo.

 

SOUP /Sopa

ESTRAGON MUSSELS CREAM / Crema de mejillones al  estragón.

 

MAIN COURSES / Platos principales

SPAGUETTI (AL PESTO), SQUIDS (A LA VASCA), FISH FILLET (AL ENELDO),

OVEN LEG PORK AND TURKEY SUPREME WITH RED PEPPERS.

Spaguetti al pesto, Calamares a la vasca, Filete de pescado al eneldo,

Pierna de cerdo y pavo horneado con pimientos rojos.

 

GARNISHES / Guarnición

GRATIN POTATOES, RICE WITH VEGETABLES FROM THE SEASON AND BOUQUETIERE VEGETABLES.

Papas al horno gratinadas, Arroz con verduras de la estación y Verduras bouquetiere

 

DESSERTS / Postres

CHEESE CAKE, CHOCOLATE CAKE, FRUIT TARTALETTE, CARAMEL CUSTARD

Pastel de queso, Pastel de chocolate, Tartaleta de fruta, Natilla.

 

COFFEE OR TEA   Café y/o Té

 

 

 

 

 

59 USD per person

 

 

 

 

BUFFET STYLE DINNER “INTERNATIONAL 2â€

Cena Estilo buffet “Internacional 2â€

 

 

SALAD BAR / Barra de ensaladas

LETTUCE VARIETY, CUCUMBER, TOMATO, PEPPERS SALAD, POTATOES SALAD, PALMITOS SALAD, CHICK-BEANS SALAD, BEANS SALAD, FISH “CEVICHEâ€, GUACAMOLE, CHICKEN SALAD, TUNA SALAD, HOUSE PATÉ.

Variedad de lechuga, Pepinos, Tomate, Ensalada de pimientos, Ensalada de papa, Ensalada de palmitos, Ensalada de garbanzos, Ensalada de frijoles, Ceviche de pescado, Guacamole, Ensalada de pollo, Ensalada de atún, Paté de la casa.

 

GARNISHES / Guarniciones

GREEN OLIVES, PARSLEY, GARLIC FLAKES, GHERKINS AND LEMONS.

Aceituna verde, Ajo picado, Pepinillos y Limones.

 

DRESSING / Aderezos

VINAIGRETTE, MIL ISLAS, ROQUEFORT, FRENCH, AURORA, CESAR DRESSING.

Vinagreta, Mil islas, Roquefort, Frances, Aurora, Aderezo Cesar.

 

SOUP /Sopa

RED BEANS “POTAJE†(SOUP) / Potaje de alubias.

 

MAIN COURSES / Platos principales

CURRY RICE, MUSAKA EGIPCIANA (BEEF WITH EGGPLANT, ONION, TOMATO AND PARMESANO CHEESE), BIG POTATOES, BROUNOISE  MIXTE VEGETABLES, FUSILLI A LA MARINERA (FUSILLI WITH SEAFOOD), BEEF  FLANK IN ARANDANO SAUCE, STUFFED PORK LOIN IN IT´S JUICE, BREADED FISH FILLET, BEER TO CHICKEN, SHRIMP WITH NOPALES IN AJILLO SAUCE.

Arroz al curry, Carne de res con berenjena, cebolla, tomate y queso parmesano,

Papas, Brounise de vegetal mixto, Fusilli con mariscos, Arrachera en salsa de arandano, 

Lomo de Cerdo relleno en su jugo, Filete de pescado empanizado, Pollo a la cerveza, Camarones al ajillo con nopales

 

SAUCES / SALSAS

MEXICAN SAUCE, GREEN SAUCE, MOLCAJETE SAUCE

Salsa mexicana, Salsa verde, Salsa molcajete

 

DESSERTS / Postres

MANGO MOUSE, LEMON PIE, CARROT CAKE, SELVA NEGRA (chocolate cake), CHEESE CAKE, MOCKA CAKE 

Mousse de Mango, Pay de limón, Pastel de zanahoria, Selva negra, Pastel de queso

 Pastel de moka.

 

COFFEE OR TEA   Café y/o Té

 

60 USD PER PERSON

 

 

BUFFET STYLE DINNER “CARIBBEANâ€

Cena Estilo buffet “Caribeño “

 

SALAD BAR 1 / Barra de ensaladas 1

LETTUCE SALAD, ESCOLFADO TOMATO SALAD, ZUCCHINI WITH VINEGAR SALAD, CUCUMBER, LEMON AN CHILLI SALAD, GREEN BEANS AND BACON SALAD, ORANGE AND GRAPEFRUIT SALAD, SARDINE SALAD.

Ensalada de lechugas tiernas, Ensalada de tomate escalfado, Ensalada de calabacita,

Ensalada de pepino con limón y chile piquen, Ensalada de ejotes con tocino,

Ensalada de toronja y naranja, Ensalada de sardina

 

SALAD BAR 2 / Barra de ensaladas 2

FIISH CEVICHE, SHRIMP COCKTAIL, MUSSELS IN VENAIGRETTE, OCTUPUS IN ESCABECHE.

Ceviche de pescado, Cóctel de camarón, Mejillones a al vinagreta, Pulpo en escabeche.

 

COLD CUTS AND CHEESES BAR / Barra de Carnes frías y quesos

AHUMADO SALMON, SERRANO CURED HAM, TERRINA FISHED,

VARIETY OF CHEESES WITH GRAPES

Salmón ahumado, Jamón serrano, Terrina de pescado, Quesos variados con uva

 

GARNISHES / Guarniciones.

GHERKINS, GREEN OLIVES, GARLIC FLAKES, BLACK OLIVES, ONIONS.

Pepinillos, Cebolla cambray, Aceitunas verdes, Alcaparras, Aceituna negra y Ajo picado.

 

DRESSINGS / Aderezos

VINAIGRETTE, MIL ISLAS, ROQUEFORT, FRENCH, AURORA, CESAR DRESSING.

Vinagreta, Mil islas, Roquefort, Frances, Aurora, Aderezo Cesar.

 

SOUP / Sopa

SHRIMP CREAM WITH SHERRY.

Crema de camarones al jerez.

 

MAIN COURSES / Platos principales

BLACK RICE WITH SEAFOOD, YUCA WITH GARLIC, ZUCCHINI MASHED, VICHY CARROT WITH HONEY AND ROSEMARY, SEAFOOD STUFFED CHICKEN IN TAMARIND SAUCE, BREADED SHRIMP TO COCONUT, STUFFED PORK LOIN IN PLUM SAUCE, FISH FILLET “TIKIN-XICâ€, SALMON KABOBS TO MENIER

Arroz negro con marisco, Yuca con mojo de ajo, Puré de calabaza, Zanahoria Vichy con miel al romero, Suprema de pollo relleno de marisco con salsa de tamarindo,

Camarones empanizados al coco, Lomo de cerdo en salsa de ciruela,

Filete de pescado Tikin-xic, Brocheta de salmón al menier.

 

DESSERTS / Postres

MANGO MOUSE, FRUITS HOJALDRE, APPLE STRUDELL, PINEAPPLE PIE, ORANGE PIE, COCONUT CAKE, CARAMEL FLAN, CHOCOLATE CAKE                                                              Mousse de mango, Hojaldre con frutas, Strudel de manzana, Pay de piña, Pay de naranja, Pastel de coco, Flan de caramelo, Pastel de chocolate

COFFEE OR TEA   Café y/o Té

                           

66 USD PER PERSON

 

 

BUFFET STYLE DINNER “ SPAIN â€

Cena Estilo buffet “ España “

 

 

ENTRIES / Entradas

ANDANZA SALAD WITH TOMATO, TUNA, PEPPERS AND OLIVES,

SOUTH ANDRES SALAD  WITH CABBAGE, ARTICHOKE, PINEAPPLE, TOMATO AND CORN

SPANISH TORTILLA WITH POTATO AND CHORIZO SAUSAGE

CATALANA SALAD WITH HAM , SNAP PEAS, RED PEPPERS AND POTATO

SALAD WITH CABBAGE PINEAPPLE, ORANGE AND RAISINS

Ensalada Andanza con Tomate, Pimientos y Aceitunas

Ensalada Andres del sur con col, alcachofas, piña, tomate y elote

Tortilla española con papa y chorizo

Ensalada Catalana con jamón, chicharos, pimientos rojos y papas.

Ensalada de col, piña, naranja y pasas.

 

SOUP / Sopa

VEGETABLE SOUP WITH SHERRY LIQUOR

Sopa de verduras con licor de jerez.

 

MAIN COURSES / Platos principales

VALENCIANA PAELLA,

FISH FILLET IN A PARSLEY, WINE AND CAPER SAUCE

LEG OF LAMB IN SPANISH SAUCE WITH OLIVES,

CHICKEN IN GARLIC SAUCE,

RAGOUT CATALANA,

GARLIC POTATOES, AUBERGINE, BROCOLI IN CREAM SAUCE

Paella  Valenciana,

Filete de pescado acompañado de una salsa de perejil, vino y alcaparras.

Pierna de cordero en salsa española con  aceitunas,

Pollo en salsa de ajo

Ragout catalana,

Papas al ajo, berenjena, salseado con una crema de broccoli.

 

DESSERTS / Postres

COLD MILK, ICE CREAM OF PISTACHE AND CHOCOLATE, NUTS CAKE, FLAMED BANANA

AND TROPICAL FRUITS

Leche fría, Helado de pistache y chocolate, Pastel de nuez, Plátanos fritos, Fruta variada.

 

COFFEE OR TEA   Café y/o Té

 

 

58 USD per person

 

 

 

 

 

BUFFET STYLE DINNER “ MEXICO â€

Cena Estilo buffet “ Mexico “

 

ENTRIES / Entradas

WHITE BEAN SALAD, BEAN SALAD WITH BACON, CORN SALAD WITH MEXICAN SALAD, TOMATO SALAD, SEAFOOD COCKTAIL, GUACAMOLE

Ensalada Blanca de habas, Ensalada de habas con tocino,

Ensalada de elote acompañada de ensalada mexicana.

Ensalada de Tomate, Cóctel de mariscos, Guacamole

 

SOUP / Sopa

TORTILLA SOUP

Sopa de tortilla.

 

MAIN COURSES / Platos principales

CHICKEN TOSTADAS, POTATOES WITH CHORIZO SAUSAGE, MIXED FAJITAS,

FISH DRENCHED IN GARLIC, CORIANDER SHRIMP, CHICKEN IN RED MOLE SAUCE

 Tostadas de pollo, Papas con chorizo, Fajitas Mixtas

Pescado al mojo de ajo, Camarones “Corianderâ€, Mole rojo con pollo.

 

SIDE DISHES/ Guarnición

MIXED VEGETABLES, MEXICAN RICE, REFRIED BEANS

Verduras mixtas, Arroz a la mexicana, Frijoles refritos.

 

SAUCES / SALSAS

RANCH SAUCE, MEXICAN SAUCE, GREEN SAUCE, TOTOPOS

Salsa Ranch, Salsa mexicana, Salsa verde, Totopos.

 

DESSERTS / Postres

RICE MILK PUDDING, MANGO MOUSSE, THREE MILK CAKE, COCONUT FLAN, TROPICAL FRUIT

Pudding de arroz, Mousse de mango, Pastel de tres leches, Flan de coco.

Fruta Variada.

 

COFFEE OR TEA   Café y/o Té

CAFÉ DE OLLA      Café de olla.

 

 

59 USD per person

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

BUFFET STYLE DINNER “ GRILL â€

Cena Estilo buffet “ Grill “

 

ENTRIES / Entradas

TOMATO, ADVOCADO, LETTUCE, CHEESE BOARD AND THREE DRESSINGS

Tomate, Aguacate, Lechuga, Barra de quesos y 3 aderezos.

 

MAIN COURSES / Platos principales

BAR-B-QUE  CHICKEN

Pollo en salsa B.B.Q.

 

NEW YORK

PORK CHOP

RIB EYE

 

FISH FILLET

Filete de pescado

 

SIDE DISHES/ Guarniciones

PILAF RICE, GARLIC PASTA,

JACKET POTATOES,

MIXED VEGETABLES

Arroz Pilaf, Pasta al ajo,

Papas rellenas,

Verduras mixtas.

 

SAUCES / SALSAS

RANCH, MEXICAN, AND BBQ SAUCE

Salsa Ranch, Mexicana y B.B.Q.

 

DESSERTS / Postres

CHOCOLATE CAKE, FRUIT TART, TROPICAL FRUITS,

CARAMEL AND NUT FLAN

Pastel de chocolate, Tarta de fruta, Frutas tropicales, Flan de caramelo y nuez.

 

COFFEE OR TEA   Café y/o Té

 

62 USD per person

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

NOTES

 

Prices per person in USD include service and taxes,

Drinks from the bar and house wine.

 

Deadline  for payment 2 days before the event.

 

Private reception dinner available for a minimum of 15 people.

All dinners are buffet style.

 

Prices include the rent of “Pure Chill out Bar†as a private place with special wedding decorations.

Rounded tables of 10 people each.

 

 

 

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Fab - thanks for this.  I have emailed her to get official confirmation and confirm our private reception booking as theres only a couple of dollars increase from this year which is great news!

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Thanks so much for sharing this! What are your thoughts on the DJ? I have been going back and forth between this. I don't know if I should do the IPOD thing or get the DJ. I guess for $100/hour it wouldn't be too bad considering we wouldn't start the dance until about 7:30ish. Did Elena tell you the chill out bar would be ready for 6:00pm?

 

Also I am curious about the prices and why they are priced in USD, I recently read that Mexico will no longer accept USD as payment. Only $1500 US can be brought. I guess they will just charge everything in Pesos?

 

I have looked around for the sashes and I think that linensdirect site has the bes deal, I am going to be ordering mine from there!

 

Oh also how are you having the tables arranged or are you doing up a seating chart? I don't know if I like the idea of having a head table, I am very non traditional that way. My bridal party is 10 and then the two of us and I like the idea of sitting at a round table with all of them, I wonder if they would be able to do that.

 

Is anyone having or did anyone have centerpieces? I like the idea but I would only do it if I could bring some easy and cheap things from home or if the flower arrangements there aren't too expensive.

 

Haha I have been thinking about all of these details a lot and who better than to ask all of you ladies! Can't help it I am getting excited because its getting closer and closer and we are at 40 people now!

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That DJ pricing is soo good! Another resort I'm considering is $1000 for 4 hours, or $350 per hour sad.gif

 

Thanks for posting the private reception dinner prices, baezas. Those aren't too bad, considering it says it includes service and tax. Does anyone have the 2011 pricing for the actual wedding packages? Would you mind sharing those with me? And extra services, flower prices, etc. Whatever you have would be great! I would like to make my resort decision soon and get a date booked, but haven't heard back from the hotel yet with info. email is sarahspencer15@yahoo.com Thanks!

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Elena had also sent me the prices for the ceremony packages but I deleted them by mistake arghh!!! I

 

f it helps I remember that there was very little changes, the packages were the same that last year and the price was just slightly over, but not much. think Morgan put all the packages/prices in here so you can get a good idea.

 

You can rent floral columns for the tent that can then be used as center pieces, the cost is 50$.

 

And lastly, if the guest number is over 20, they will charge 12USD per person (on top of your ceremony price). This is to cover for the champagne, chairs and cake!

 

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Ditto - you can buy extra flowers for the columns by the ceremony tent for $50 and they will then use them for centrepieces.  Also the flowers they put on the table with the registar they transfer to the 'top table' for afters.

 

I think the prices at the hotel are so good compared to other hotels.  I didnt have any other hotels in mind though as I went to the hotel 3 years ago and always said if I got married I would come back to this hotel to do it.  Glad I made the right choice. 

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The chill out bar will be ready at 6, or so I have been told and will be available till 11pm.

 

I dunno what to do re the DJ neither, I want to have the DJ but not sure whether to get him for the 5 hours, so that we can use the equipment for the speeches or just get him since 7 or 8.....

 

The tables (for the private reception) are rounded  for 10 people, except the head table but I suppose you can ask them to re-arrange. I will probable have a seating chart since my guests are coming from Ireland and Spain and most of them have never met!

 

Btw Josietoms. I see you are from the UK... I am living in Ireland and still have not booked the trip (starting to freak out now)!!! who did you get it with? think might work out better for us if we book from Madrid but I want to explore all the options!

 

 

Originally Posted by L&C In Love View Post

Thanks so much for sharing this! What are your thoughts on the DJ? I have been going back and forth between this. I don't know if I should do the IPOD thing or get the DJ. I guess for $100/hour it wouldn't be too bad considering we wouldn't start the dance until about 7:30ish. Did Elena tell you the chill out bar would be ready for 6:00pm?

 

Also I am curious about the prices and why they are priced in USD, I recently read that Mexico will no longer accept USD as payment. Only $1500 US can be brought. I guess they will just charge everything in Pesos?

 

I have looked around for the sashes and I think that linensdirect site has the bes deal, I am going to be ordering mine from there!

 

Oh also how are you having the tables arranged or are you doing up a seating chart? I don't know if I like the idea of having a head table, I am very non traditional that way. My bridal party is 10 and then the two of us and I like the idea of sitting at a round table with all of them, I wonder if they would be able to do that.

 

Is anyone having or did anyone have centerpieces? I like the idea but I would only do it if I could bring some easy and cheap things from home or if the flower arrangements there aren't too expensive.

 

Haha I have been thinking about all of these details a lot and who better than to ask all of you ladies! Can't help it I am getting excited because its getting closer and closer and we are at 40 people now!



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      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. 
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