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Hello Ladies! Happy New Year and I hope you are all doing well! It's been soooooo long since I've been on here that I forgot where I even left off with you all! Anyway, now that the Holidays have passed and I have taken a hiatus from wedding planning, my hopes are to get back on the saddle and get things done.  It took me a few days to catch up but I just wanted to drop a few lines to say hello to you all.  Hope you all had wonderful Holidays!

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Welcome back lady!  I sent you some stuff on your private email a few weeks back but never heard back from you.  Maybe it went to your spam.  I hope all is well!  Our time is getting really short!

Originally Posted by bigboponthebeach View Post

Hello Ladies! Happy New Year and I hope you are all doing well! It's been soooooo long since I've been on here that I forgot where I even left off with you all! Anyway, now that the Holidays have passed and I have taken a hiatus from wedding planning, my hopes are to get back on the saddle and get things done.  It took me a few days to catch up but I just wanted to drop a few lines to say hello to you all.  Hope you all had wonderful Holidays!



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Welcome back! Hope you enjoyed your hiatus and are excited to jump back in! :)
 

Originally Posted by bigboponthebeach View Post

Hello Ladies! Happy New Year and I hope you are all doing well! It's been soooooo long since I've been on here that I forgot where I even left off with you all! Anyway, now that the Holidays have passed and I have taken a hiatus from wedding planning, my hopes are to get back on the saddle and get things done.  It took me a few days to catch up but I just wanted to drop a few lines to say hello to you all.  Hope you all had wonderful Holidays!



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Thank you! I'm so glad you girls have experienced the same thing and have had positive experiences. I have a call with them on Monday. I just got really ticked off when I received a very impersonal email through my TA. The feedback I gave Fabio on Friday was that they need to handle each change with a reassuring phone call, rather than email. That's what I consider top notch customer service. I'm looking forward to finalizing my details soon and moving past this. Your words definitely let me know this isn't the end of the world.  You are my angels!angel1.gif

Originally Posted by Less is more View Post

This happened to me but the major proiblem was that they didn't tell me until i called 10 times and then finally i told my TA which was through destination weddings how displeased i was and boy they have been top notch since then.  I would email her at 10pm and she would email me back within the hour.  So if you are working with DW tell your TA and it will change!  Start printing your detail sheets everytime you make any changes.  My second WC was missing stuff but i corrected her immediately!  As long as you have documentation they should have to honor it! Goodluck! You will get more attention now that your wedding is closer.  They didn't really do much until 2 mo before the wedding.  28 more days!!!! Yeah
 

Originally Posted by Michele4172011 View Post

Ok, so I'm P!SSED. Please talk me off the ledge. I just received word that my Miami WC has changed AGAIN!! This is the 3rd time during the wedding planning process and my wedding is in less than 3 MONTHS! Has anyone had the same situation? I'm fired up right now. I just blasted my DW Travel Agent, the Miami WC supervisor and the old Miami WC through email. What happens if they don't pass along my reserved reception location or other things on my detail sheet????


 


 

I love the royal blue shoes idea! I wish my wedding colors had blue in them, just so I can wear blue shoes (something blue)! I can't wait to see pictures of both of your weddings.
 

Originally Posted by JaimeCF2BR View Post

Ooooh...I love this idea!  I'm doing a red rose bouquet to make it sort of vintage, so I think red lipstick would look great too!  I'll definitely have to get up some courage though, cause I always wear very natural colors.


Would red shoes be too much red?  What about royal blue? 
 

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You could do like a retro 50,60's look with shoes and hair and makeup and get some great "rat pack" type Vegas photos. Maybe a cute clutch, red lipstick, that sort of thing if you like it

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Thank you girls so much for the help on the dresses. I was leaning towards the second one, so u guys definitely helped me decide on that one! It's definitely the more fun dress. Now I can search for some awesome shoes!

Maybe I'll hold onto the 1st for ttd...it was only $150 wink.gif

 

 


 

Oh good, who is your WC? Mine is now Erika and I had Carolina.... so for brides that have Carolina and don't know yet, January 31st is her last day.
 

Originally Posted by JaimeCF2BR View Post

I know its frustrating, but one tiny positive note...my WC has changed 3 times also, but each one seems to be better than the last!  I really like my current one alot! 

 

Your detail sheet should stay the same, so as long as you've kept your old ones as backup, you should be safe. 

 

Hopefully your new one is great!!
 

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Ok, so I'm P!SSED. Please talk me off the ledge. I just received word that my Miami WC has changed AGAIN!! This is the 3rd time during the wedding planning process and my wedding is in less than 3 MONTHS! Has anyone had the same situation? I'm fired up right now. I just blasted my DW Travel Agent, the Miami WC supervisor and the old Miami WC through email. What happens if they don't pass along my reserved reception location or other things on my detail sheet????


 


Welcome back! I feel like I've had many breaks from wedding planning myself. There are so many little details, that it gets overwhelming if you do it all at once!
 

Originally Posted by bigboponthebeach View Post

Hello Ladies! Happy New Year and I hope you are all doing well! It's been soooooo long since I've been on here that I forgot where I even left off with you all! Anyway, now that the Holidays have passed and I have taken a hiatus from wedding planning, my hopes are to get back on the saddle and get things done.  It took me a few days to catch up but I just wanted to drop a few lines to say hello to you all.  Hope you all had wonderful Holidays!



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Okay, Monday morning vent ladies.  Have any of you had issues with people either inviting themselves, or guests inviting other people?!  I am really getting quite annoyed with it.  I understand that anyone can go to Mexico but we are paying for private events and even if the people don't come to the wedding activities, the person doing the inviting should respect our wedding.  I'm starting to feel like the wedding is getting overshadowed by a big binge drinking vacation.  :(  Very sad today.  

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