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Has anyone at Azul Sensatori used their "baby products".? I am told they have things (for a fee) like toys and monitors and such at the resort. But I can't seem to get a detail list of what these things are. We leave in 3 weeks so I am trying to determine what all I need to pack

 

Thanks!

 

Also if anyone has been to the resort with babies- is it ok to drink the milk? I am not sure if it is the same or not?

 

Thanks

 

 

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I think I bought four and no need to cut them. The resort will do everything for you so you just bring the fabric and show them a pic of what you want

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PAST AZUL SENSATORI BRIDES...if you brought your own gazebo sheers...where did you purchase them? If online, could you please share site?

http://www.amazon.com/yards-Sheer-Organza-Fabric-Bolt/dp/B007KRV7KS?ie=UTF8&psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00

 

I used this bolt from Amazon, I handed it over to the WC. We paid a $300 fee for our set up/clean up, they cut the bolt and hung them as we requested.

PAST AZUL SENSATORI BRIDES...if you brought your own gazebo sheers...where did you purchase them? If online, could you please share site?

http://www.amazon.com/yards-Sheer-Organza-Fabric-Bolt/dp/B007KRV7KS?ie=UTF8&psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=oh_aui_detailpage_o05_s00

 

I used this bolt from Amazon, I handed it over to the WC. We paid a $300 fee for our set up/clean up, they cut the bolt and hung them as we requested.

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The attached photos are iphone photos guests took, our professional photos are not ready just yet.

 

Our (6pm 5/14) wedding was beautiful and the reception was so much fun! The WC (Gaby) was great. It was perfect for photos and dark and hour later.

 

Loreto at the spa did my hair and makeup and it was lovely.

 

We brought our own DJ, Photographer, minister, classical guitarist friends with us in exchange for their services, and I made/ bought all our decorations and paid a $300 set up/clean up fee. I brought pictures with detailed instructions as to how I wanted everything set up, they did a perfect job.

 

I made my bouquet from fabric flowers and made the bridesmaid fans because flowers were so pricy.

 

We gave our bridesmaids a color pallet to chose whatever short dress they wanted (or already had) and our groomsmen wore the same $20 shirt and whatever kahaki pants and brown shoes they had, it worked out lovely.

 

We did the beach BBQ, everything was good except the steak (overcooked) and the dessert table was amazing!!! My friend did the plated food when we met there 3 years ago and the BBQ was better.

 

They charge to put welcome bags in the room so we just walked around with a bunch and passed them out when we ran into our guests, it worked nicely.

 

 

Resort:

A couple guests complained about the phone calls to tell them to come to the concierge desk, they said the resort tried to push them timeshare options and one guest had an issue with their return shuttle not showing up but those were the only negative things I heard from our guests.

 

I booked with Lomas. When you arrive they send you to confirm your return flight info right away, I found this irritating as we were staying a week (they try to upsell you excursions at the same time)

 

If you are going in a big group I breaking up into small groups to eat at any restaurant other than spoon. Expect a wait at the Italian food place they have tons of open tables and seemingly enough staff but there is still a wait.

 

Excursion:

We did Xcaret it was beautiful, the river float was the highlight we booked it through "My Cancun Tours" online but you can book with the resort too. they have another park called explore there, there is more to do and it is all included, Xcaret tries to upsell a lot of things.

 

I did Tulum last visit and that was a blast, such an amazing beach!!!

 

 


I forgot to include a photo of the bridesmaid fans, they were easy to pack and everyone loved them

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@HolaAmigos 

Looked great! I love the neutral color pallet. I'm doing the same thing. 

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Hey Ladies,

 

My wedding is June 24th! I just spoke with my Miami coordinator today after we sent her an email last week! The nerves are trying to remain calm, but you ladies know it's tough when you can't see the end result until you get there! However Ivis has been helpful and patient with us while we are on the phone.

 

She also told us that she will be switched to reservations and we will be connected with the onsite wedding planner. I have a lot of questions in terms of rehearsal and who keeps track of timing, direction, etc.

 

Best,

Patrice

 

 

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My wedding is June 16th and I am in the same boat. I spoke with Lupita yesterday. She is onsite and told me the meeting we have a meeting with the onsite coordinator once we get there and someone will be assigned to us the day of the wedding helping us through the getting ready and ceremony. (Eg when to start walking, etc). She also mentioned if you want a rehearsal walk-thru that it is often an extra charge. So be careful when asking for that.

 

 

 

 

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Yeah there isn't much information on how the ceremony goes. What the person conducting the ceremony will say and so on... I wish there was more info on that incase I wanted to change something. We aren't very traditional and would rather not do the traditional ceremony. We want something that represents us. My cuticles and nails know exactly how stressed I am. Poor things have seen better days. :-/

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