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The best news of all... clothes! I know my body has changed but I don't think I realized how much until I started trying clothes on. I've literally gone down 3 sizes! I felt amazing and it boosted my confidence so much. I was super cranky at work today after returning from a couple days off, I took my gym bag to work with me, but on the subway ride after work I contemplated going home and putting on sweats and being lazy... and then I remembered that feeling... and I went to straight to the gym, hit the elliptical and then a body pump class. I love this feeling!
Wow...oh my god! you go girl!!! you must be absolutely, totally ecstatic! I hate making myself do a workout and really struggle, but then I think oh I'll just get changed, and then when I'm changed I think i might as well do it now! and having that fit feeling when you've finished makes it all worth it!

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Oh Katie, I'm late!!! I went away for the weekend and missed your message! They are all really great! You're gorgeous girl! I'm loving the football jersey.
My fav's are 2, 9, 11, 13, 17, 18, 21, 23, 25, 27, 30, 35, 37, 43, 45, 51, 53,57, 66, 68, 70, 71, 75, 77, 80, 85, 87, 89, 90.... um so pretty much I like them all!
aw thanks Crista. i should be putting my top 12 together today or tomorrow and letting my photog know so she can get started on touching up!

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HEEELLLOOOOO SEXY Ladies!!!!

Katie and Wendy....well done girls!!! The pics are beautiful
Katie I love the first ones of you, very beautiful and sexy. And the team shirt is hot .They are all hot ,it will be tough to pick the faves!!!
Wendy the vintage feel is very glam!! You look beautiful, love the ones on the chaise...saucy!!

I am so happy more women are embracing their bodies and showing them off!!
Those are some lucky boys!!!
(still waiting for minesad.gif
hey Lolo!! thank you :) I can't wait til we can see some of yours!!

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Add me, please! lecreatifbride Sept 4, 2010!!!
wooo my birthday!! lol

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Hello All!
I just booked 12/11/10 for our wedding at AS! I have been trying to catch up and read all the posts, but there are so many!!! So very excited!!!
welcome! ask, ask, ask away!!

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Hi Ladies

Just confirmed with Azul Sensatori for December 3rd, 2010 ....i was excited until i saw that it is an extra 1700 buxs just to use the sky terrace!!!! offering amenities that i dont need ....towels fans ?!!!?! ...that just annoys me a bit sad.gif but hopefully we can work something out with the WC other than that i love the resort ..and still think the package is better $$ than most of the other resorts ive research :)

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Hola! Anyone using the Lomas DJ - Tiffany sent me the link to their song list today:

 

http://weddings.lomas-travel.com/pla...music_list.pdf

 

If I remember correctly, I think Amy F said that the DJ had a lot more music than just this list.

 

I am still not sold on my first dance song. Maybe I'll make FI be in charge of that. I just can't find one that I love and fits the mood in mexico.

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Hi Ladies
Just confirmed with Azul Sensatori for December 3rd, 2010 ....i was excited until i saw that it is an extra 1700 buxs just to use the sky terrace!!!! offering amenities that i dont need ....towels fans ?!!!?! ...that just annoys me a bit sad.gif but hopefully we can work something out with the WC other than that i love the resort ..and still think the package is better $$ than most of the other resorts ive research :)
Congrats and welcome!

I think Karisma is expensive - but I have looked on other threads and resorts on this forum and it seems like everyone is nickled and dimed by their hotels.

Definitely ask to make your own packages and keep your eyes peeled to their website for any wedding deals. I changed to the "free wedding" once they offered it on Azul Beach (property down the street from AS where I am getting married).

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Hi Ladies
Just confirmed with Azul Sensatori for December 3rd, 2010 ....i was excited until i saw that it is an extra 1700 buxs just to use the sky terrace!!!! offering amenities that i dont need ....towels fans ?!!!?! ...that just annoys me a bit sad.gif but hopefully we can work something out with the WC other than that i love the resort ..and still think the package is better $$ than most of the other resorts ive research :)
Congrats!!

Yeah, they used to have a rule where you had to book the Silver Package to even be allowed to book the Sky Deck, so you might want to check into that as well. The downside with AS is that there are lots of hidden costs that they won't bend on, just be aware of that!

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Hola! Anyone using the Lomas DJ - Tiffany sent me the link to their song list today:

http://weddings.lomas-travel.com/pla...music_list.pdf

If I remember correctly, I think Amy F said that the DJ had a lot more music than just this list.

I am still not sold on my first dance song. Maybe I'll make FI be in charge of that. I just can't find one that I love and fits the mood in mexico.

You are correct Amy, we used one of their dj's, because I was told I didn't have any other choice. . I had a great expirence. And yes, When I got to mexico they had a whole lists of music tiffany doesn't even know about called top 40 LOL. And Im not sure how it normally works, but we had requested two songs they didn't have, and the dj and wc just downloaded it from itunes right then and there and "they" paid for it<---- yes you read that right. haha (WOW)rockon.gif

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Congrats and welcome!

I think Karisma is expensive - but I have looked on other threads and resorts on this forum and it seems like everyone is nickled and dimed by their hotels.

Definitely ask to make your own packages and keep your eyes peeled to their website for any wedding deals. I changed to the "free wedding" once they offered it on Azul Beach (property down the street from AS where I am getting married).

yes i will definitely keep my eyes posted but trust me ...no one else (as far as i know) is offering 14 dollar meals lol i was going to go with dreams but with a cocktail and reception for 50 plus guest it wouldve cost me $92 per person with AS $14 reception pp and $20 pp cocktail i was sold AND A 20% DISCOUNT on private events and our rates ... on top of the fact that the resort looks beautiful though as you said they do nickel and dime you with every little thing i have yet to find a resort that didnt ...so for larger parties this seems to be the best bet

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You are correct Amy, we used one of their dj's, because I was told I didn't have any other choice. . I had a great expirence. And yes, When I got to mexico they had a whole lists of music tiffany doesn't even know about called top 40 LOL. And Im not sure how it normally works, but we had requested two songs they didn't have, and the dj and wc just downloaded it from itunes right then and there and "they" paid for it<---- yes you read that right. haha (WOW)rockon.gif

thats funny we just got off the phone with one of the coordinators and she said we could bring our own DJ .... why are things so all over the place with these resorts LOLOL eh i guess we'll just have to deal :)

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thats funny we just got off the phone with one of the coordinators and she said we could bring our own DJ .... why are things so all over the place with these resorts LOLOL eh i guess we'll just have to deal :)
I too was told I could bring my own DJ for the $500 outside vendor fee so that's what I'm doing!

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I too was told I could bring my own DJ for the $500 outside vendor fee so that's what I'm doing!
did she give you cost in regards to the rental of equipment your dj might have to use?

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