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everyone has to do their wedding planning through the coordinators in Miami. you don't get to work with coordinators at the hotel until you get there. the Miami coordinators can be frustrating at time with communication but you will be fine. after they did their reorganization where you work with a team rather than knd individual it was much better

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Hey Ladies! My fiancé and I are on board the plane to Mexico. We are flying Delta and as soon as the flight attendant saw my bag she and I tag teamed proper placement in the over head bin in first class. (We are seated in first class but the first class closet is rather small, possibly because we are flying from ATL and we're in a little md88). I will be giving a full report soon but for now...time for sunshine, time to get married!!!

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The travel agency that I'm dealing with recommended me to a coordinator that is base in Miami and I don't feel comfortable with that

 

 

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you will be ok. The Miami coordinators put together the biggest things like what menu you want, venue and things like that. When it comes to the details that's all set up when you arrive at the resort with the onsite coordinator. They can take a while to respond from Miami but at least for me it hasn't been a big deal so far. We've had plenty of time to plan so maybe that's why. 

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@@cocosho what's the weather like down there? I'm coming next week and I'm

so afraid it's going to rain on my wedding day :( I thought rainy season was on sept-nov and end in December but still raining it looks like

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For those of you that have passed out their welcome bags or are planning on doing so at your welcome party, how did you go about doing that and did you keep them in some sort of container as guests picked them up?

Thanks,

Carrie 

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For those of you that have passed out their welcome bags or are planning on doing so at your welcome party, how did you go about doing that and did you keep them in some sort of container as guests picked them up?

Thanks,

Carrie 

Where are you having your welcoming party? I would suggest asking the staff to designate a table for you to lay out the welcome bags so your guests can pick them up. My finance (at that time) and I handed them to each guest. Not only was it very time consuming but it also took our time away from relaxing and having fun.

 

Hope this helps.

 

P.S. Its been a couple of years since I have been to this forum and I am so pleased to see this is still going strong! :)

I hope I can lend my advice based on my personal experience when I had gotten married at Azul Sensatori on 11/10/12. Also, I just got back from El Dorado Royale&Generations for our anniversary.  Both resorts are amazing! So if anyone plans on heading here for their honeymoon, you will NOT be disappointed!

 

And of course, congratulations to all the Brides!!!! :)

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Hi ladies!

 

I know this has probably been asked before but I can't find the information :( does anyone know what the measurments of the beach ceremony gazebo are? I'm wanting to make a fabric back drop but I need to know how wide and tall it is? Also are there any past brides here who got married in April or May? I'm wondering how windy the beach is in the late afternoon/evening? We are getting married on the beach and reception at palapa yoga :)

 

Thanks in advance ladies!

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Hi ladies!

 

I know this has probably been asked before but I can't find the information :( does anyone know what the measurments of the beach ceremony gazebo are? I'm wanting to make a fabric back drop but I need to know how wide and tall it is? Also are there any past brides here who got married in April or May? I'm wondering how windy the beach is in the late afternoon/evening? We are getting married on the beach and reception at palapa yoga :)

 

Thanks in advance ladies!

I believe the dimensions are listed on the "official Sensatori" thread.

 

http://www.bestdestinationwedding.com/index.php?/topic/72018-OFFICIAL-Azul-Sensatori-Thread

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