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HI Girls!!! For all who were considering Cancun Wedding Video they have finally posted my highlight DVD i love it!

 

http://cancunweddingvideo.com/wedding/shalon_darwin/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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HI Girls!!! For all who were considering Cancun Wedding Video they have finally posted my highlight DVD i love it!

 

http://cancunweddingvideo.com/wedding/shalon_darwin/

 

 

 

 

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Absoultely love it!!!!  I am giong to show FI now so we can add it!  Did you have to pay $500 for them to come onto the resort or was it an approved vendor.  SOOO Happy for  you guys....Love it and can't wait til its my turn!  You looked stunning! 

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HI Girls!!! For all who were considering Cancun Wedding Video they have finally posted my highlight DVD i love it!

 

http://cancunweddingvideo.com/wedding/shalon_darwin/

 

 



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Nope thankfully Mike and his team are approved on the resort so we did not have to pay an extra fee!!!! I was very happy about that =) His colleague Diego was the actual videographer for the day
And thanks again I'm sure you'll be pleased with their work :)  The highlight DVD was an extra 300 buxs tho on top of the $1650 but I thought it was worth it, no one wants to sit and watch our whole ceremony/wedding day thats over an hour long lolol so the highlight is perfect for family and friends who could not be there to view.

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Absoultely love it!!!!  I am giong to show FI now so we can add it!  Did you have to pay $500 for them to come onto the resort or was it an approved vendor.  SOOO Happy for  you guys....Love it and can't wait til its my turn!  You looked stunning! 

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HI Girls!!! For all who were considering Cancun Wedding Video they have finally posted my highlight DVD i love it!

 

http://cancunweddingvideo.com/wedding/shalon_darwin/

 

 


 


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Hello Ladies!  Sorry I have been MIA since our wedding (12/11) but returning from our honeymoon on the 18th and getting ready/shopping for Christmas this week has been CRAZY!!!

 

I just wanted to say our wedding and overall experience was AMAZING!!! The onsite coordinators are so helpful and really ensure everything is done the way you want.  Elena was our onsite coordinator and everything pretty much went without a hitch.  I would, however, encourage everyone to bring pics of how you want everything to look.  If not there is a little room for interpretation.  I printed out pics of everything and then proceeded to leave them on the printeroops.gif  BUT, it still worked out very well and I am still very happy with the entire experience.  Just a few things to mention that I noticed as I was catching up that some of you asked:

 

1. The resort did my hair and make-up and did a great job!  Especially the make-up.  It held up so well!!!  I actually had Edgar as my stylist/make-up person.

2. I used Caribe and although we haven't seen the final pics Santos (the photog) showed me many from his camera and they looked great. Of course, there were a few cheesy poses he had us do but I would just tell him and he would move on to the next spot.

3. They do charge $5 per person you have coming to the wedding for setup fees.  We had lanterns and string lights to hang and that is what they charged us for mainly.  I think if we hadn't had those we would not have been charged.  Elena eluded to this being the reason we were charged. 

4. For the ceremony music, they will ask you for songs for while the guests are waiting on you, what the bridesmaids walk down to, processional/wedding march, sand ceremony, and I can't think of the word for some reason, but when you walk back down the aisle as husband and wife.  They have several songs to choose from for each or you can provide your own.  I would highly suggest the IPOD.  It's easy for them to manipulate and they will manage it just fine.  We picked songs from their list with the intention of giving them the songs we wanted for the walk to and from (sorry my mind is drawing a blank) and also the sand ceremony.  Our onsite WC said the groom can just tell her right before the ceremony if need be, however, in all the festivities we forgot to do this.  The songs we choose from their list were fine but not what I would have wished for.  I kinda asked a few guests and frankly many didn't even remember the songs so if it's important to you, you may want to have these picked before you arrive.

5.  In terms of the gazebo and sheers, just have a pic of what you want and the onsite coordinators will make it happen.  I didn't want the candy cane look but I had a pic and showed it to them and they were able to make it work.  We did have starfish to attach so there was some wrapping of the fabric involved.

 

I plan on writing a planning thread once Christmas is over so I will have more info to share, but in the meantime please feel free to ask any questions.  I've attached a few pics of sig cocktail table, the gazebo, and hair/makeup (not sure this is my best pic as I was saying something, but I was trying to show both in the same).

 

 

 

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Ohhh wow!  That is great to hear....that extra $500 is not alot but the thought of makes me cringe.  I'm going to have him watch it now.  I was out voted on the video since I chose the  TTD.  FI is still not sold on the TTD lol.  FI and my mom both voted for my uncle to videotape.  I love my uncle but he loves to add commentary and zoom in on butts lol.  So hoping I can convince everyone to do the video.  

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rkf1046 ,

 

Thanks for those answers.  I will definitely spend this break printing everything.  Beautiful pictures!  Love the signature drink.....how did you coordinate that?  Did you have a cocktail party before the reception?  Super excited to see the planning thread and more pics!!

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I was just about to shut it down......and noticed the sand ceremony in both rkf1046 pics and mzgillis316 video.  Where did you guys get the sand ceremony kits.  I love them!!! Did the sand mix and shift alot on the trip back home?  I was worried about. 

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LOVE LOVE you video!!!!

Originally Posted by mzgillis316 View Post

HI Girls!!! For all who were considering Cancun Wedding Video they have finally posted my highlight DVD i love it!

 

http://cancunweddingvideo.com/wedding/shalon_darwin/

 

 



 



Originally Posted by rkf1046 View Post

Hello Ladies!  Sorry I have been MIA since our wedding (12/11) but returning from our honeymoon on the 18th and getting ready/shopping for Christmas this week has been CRAZY!!!

 

I just wanted to say our wedding and overall experience was AMAZING!!! The onsite coordinators are so helpful and really ensure everything is done the way you want.  Elena was our onsite coordinator and everything pretty much went without a hitch.  I would, however, encourage everyone to bring pics of how you want everything to look.  If not there is a little room for interpretation.  I printed out pics of everything and then proceeded to leave them on the printeroops.gif  BUT, it still worked out very well and I am still very happy with the entire experience.  Just a few things to mention that I noticed as I was catching up that some of you asked:

 

1. The resort did my hair and make-up and did a great job!  Especially the make-up.  It held up so well!!!  I actually had Edgar as my stylist/make-up person.

2. I used Caribe and although we haven't seen the final pics Santos (the photog) showed me many from his camera and they looked great. Of course, there were a few cheesy poses he had us do but I would just tell him and he would move on to the next spot.

3. They do charge $5 per person you have coming to the wedding for setup fees.  We had lanterns and string lights to hang and that is what they charged us for mainly.  I think if we hadn't had those we would not have been charged.  Elena eluded to this being the reason we were charged. 

4. For the ceremony music, they will ask you for songs for while the guests are waiting on you, what the bridesmaids walk down to, processional/wedding march, sand ceremony, and I can't think of the word for some reason, but when you walk back down the aisle as husband and wife.  They have several songs to choose from for each or you can provide your own.  I would highly suggest the IPOD.  It's easy for them to manipulate and they will manage it just fine.  We picked songs from their list with the intention of giving them the songs we wanted for the walk to and from (sorry my mind is drawing a blank) and also the sand ceremony.  Our onsite WC said the groom can just tell her right before the ceremony if need be, however, in all the festivities we forgot to do this.  The songs we choose from their list were fine but not what I would have wished for.  I kinda asked a few guests and frankly many didn't even remember the songs so if it's important to you, you may want to have these picked before you arrive.

5.  In terms of the gazebo and sheers, just have a pic of what you want and the onsite coordinators will make it happen.  I didn't want the candy cane look but I had a pic and showed it to them and they were able to make it work.  We did have starfish to attach so there was some wrapping of the fabric involved.

 

I plan on writing a planning thread once Christmas is over so I will have more info to share, but in the meantime please feel free to ask any questions.  I've attached a few pics of sig cocktail table, the gazebo, and hair/makeup (not sure this is my best pic as I was saying something, but I was trying to show both in the same).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



CONGRATS and it's looks amazing. Can't wait to read you recap and planning thread!!!!!

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