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Hi @@CharBec - Miriam has the reception locations in the official thread: http://www.bestdestinationwedding.com/topic/72018-official-azul-sensatori-thread/?p=1709028

 

The only photos I've seen of the Memorable Moments packages have been on the Lomas website. I don't know that any of the BDW brides have chosen them yet. http://www.weddingsbylomastravel.com/MemorableMoments/

 

HTH! 

 

 

Hi

 

I have recently booked my wedding at the Azul Sensatori for May 2015. Does anyone have photos of the private reception locations as I am getting confused. I was a private reception for about 50 people that is private (not overlooked) Also has anyone got pictures of the pure glamour wedding theme from the memorable moments package as I would love to see how it looks when its all set up 

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Hey Girls!!

 

My ceremony is at 5pm this coming October and sun begins to set a little after 530pm. My reception is at Zavas Plaza from 6-10p. What lighting do they use to illuminate the reception area???

 

I'm debating whether I want to wrap the posts of the gazebo. Do they use rope lights on the surrounding trees in that area? I have seen pics of that space at night but do t know if the bride opted to have those lights or that was part of the resorts set up.

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Hey Girls!!

My ceremony is at 5pm this coming October and sun begins to set a little after 530pm. My reception is at Zavas Plaza from 6-10p. What lighting do they use to illuminate the reception area???

I'm debating whether I want to wrap the posts of the gazebo. Do they use rope lights on the surrounding trees in that area? I have seen pics of that space at night but do t know if the bride opted to have those lights or that was part of the resorts set up.

Our reception was also at Plaza Zavas and it was more than enough light. They have lights they turn on. The DJ also had some lighting and then we added icicle lights on the poles of the plaza. I would highly suggest adding the Xmas lights on the poles as it looked amazing.
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@@CharBec Hi send me your email and I will share the files that the wedding coordinator sent me, it shows all the venues. 


@@barnet202, below are the prices for cakes, if I have 50 people I will order a cake for 40 (10 or 15 less), I am Spanish and I really go for Dulce de leche, also Vanilla was yummy. I tried many when I went to the BDR 

Prices are below 

Special Event Cakes
Large Cake 6 People $ 60.00 USD
Cake 1 Tier 10-20 People $ 250.00 USD
Cake 2 Tier 20-30 People $ 340.00 USD
Cake 2 Tier 30-40 People $ 440.00 USD
Cake 3 Tier 30-40 People $ 530.00 USD
Cake 3 Tier 40-50 People $ 620.00 USD
Cake 4 Tier 50-60 People $ 730.00 USD
Cake 4 Tier 60-70 People $ 870.00 USD
■ Red velvet
■ Oreo
■ Vanilla rum
■ Coconut
■ Amaretto
■ Dulce de leche
■ Champagne
■ Hazelnut
■ Vanilla
■ Chocolate
■ Strawberry
■ Lemon
■ Carrot cake
■ Funfetti

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@@Cj1053 Okay thats what I am thinking as well. I will ask for round and see what happens haha what flavor did you get?

We got vanilla rum! The flavor was good.

Hello brides!

Does any one happen to know if there is a Tres Leches cake that I can order from Azul? I've asked this question with 4 follow ups since July 7th and still no definite answer.

Alison

Hi Alison,

Tres Leches is my husband's favorite and they didn't have it as an option.

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Hi @@Cj1053 my name is Alison and I am figuring out photographers out for my wedding in October 2015. I wanted to know your opinion on working with Sarani Weddings. Compared to a lot of other approved photographers, Sarani seems to be the best to me but tough on my budget :-( what was your experience like?

 

 

Alison

Alison, I know this question was not for me, but I felt the same when I was booking a photographer. I chose Sarani after I met her in person when went to the BDR at el Dorado. Later I came home and saw all her art work, the amazing reviews and basically we ended cutting some cost on other things and ended hiring her, we communicated that to the WC in Miami and the vendor fee has been added to the wedding sheet. A good photographer was worth the effort.We knew Sarani's prices were costly and after doing some money re allocation we went with her. You may contact her and she will work with any price on her packages and the resort fee. Happy planning and what really matters is that you will be happy with any photographer you choose :)

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Hi!!! My ceremony is at the Zocalos Gazebo (on the beach near the pier) on October 11th

@@Cj1053 Ok That's a big help!!! So if I bring the Christmas lights that plug up they will figure the electrical/ socket out or do I need to get special lights that are battery operated?

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@@Tiffany Fox congrats!!! 

 

I plan on bringing Christmas lights for the Plaza Zavaz poles too. I heard you need about 25ft per pole and there are 6 poles.

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Can the lights have plugs?

Can the lights have plugs?

This website has been the best find!!!!! I really appreciate being in this forum with people who understand the stress and can offer quick answers!!!! Hehe

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