Originally Posted by TLGnhci
Ahh, I have so much I want to do, but a limited budget!
I'm very symmetrical, so since there are 6 openings, I was thinking 3 or 6. I fear more than that may be too much. The gazebo itself really is beautiful. Especially with some christmas lights!
I haven't come across many pictures of Zavaz Plaza Gazebo decorated. Has anyone else?
I have only come across 2 pictures (sorry I can't remember where). They just had pink laterns hanging from everywhere, and it looked great.
Originally Posted by vajen
I'm so excited to find this board....now if I could only figure out how to post on it....hopefully this will work.
We just booked our wedding for 3/20/10! I've been reading this board and have found lots of great information, so thanks! I was just curious, did most of you pick one of the wedding packages (pearl, silver, etc) or did you just pick the free package and then add on the things you need? Also, how did you choose between the beach or sky location? I keep going back and forth...decision decisions and I'm just getting started.
Oh, and one more....I see talk about different locations for welcome dinners, cocktail parties, etc. What are considered the "most desirable" spots?
Thanks ladies! I look forward to learning from your experiences!
Welcome aboard! I don't know that any sites are more 'desirable' than others. You and your FI have to choose what best suits you and your guests. We originally had booked for the silver package, and after doing much research realized for us, the free package was all we needed, since we are added tons of stuff anyway. (for us the difference came down to the group dinner at Spoon-which we don't want; and the free bridal bouquet and groom boutinerre. I figured it a was worth about $150 for extra flowers in the free package, compared to $950 for the pearl or $2500 for silver) But read the packages carefully, you may find a certain combination works better for you. As well to qualify for the free package, you have to spend more money on your rooms. So depending on the rates you get, it may be more/less expensive.