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#10511 arkae

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    Posted 13 October 2010 - 09:28 AM

    another decor question for you ladies :)

     

    what are some thoughts on escort cards? do you think it'll be too windy to have them out on a table?



    #10512 gonzaloNunez

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      Posted 13 October 2010 - 09:29 AM

      Beaz,

      Where are you getting married?

      here in the Riviera there are a lot of photographers with experience that can help you!

      Thanks

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      #10513 JaimeCF2BR

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        Posted 13 October 2010 - 09:36 AM

        That does sound like a great deal.  Especially if you love his style!  Another question is if this price includes the rights to all of the photos.  And if editing is included.  This is another way some photographers can sneak a few $100 out of you later. 

         

        Originally Posted by Vic0214 

        I was told he would pay for half of the fee. The 1500 includes, pictures a picture album, over 100 pictures an hour and video as well as he is willing to pay for part of the vendor fee.
         


         




        #10514 TLGnhci

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          Posted 13 October 2010 - 09:47 AM

          Yay, I finally got word that my beach ceremony and Zavaz Plaza are confirmed :o

           

          Our ceremony is at 5pm.  Do you think 7pm is too late to start the reception without a cocktail hour in between? 



          #10515 Vic0214

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            Posted 13 October 2010 - 10:07 AM

            No Way, My girlfriend got married in mexico and did the same thing and i know that a bunch of the guests actually went to take a nap in between.

             

            Originally Posted by TLGnhci 

            Yay, I finally got word that my beach ceremony and Zavaz Plaza are confirmed :o

             

            Our ceremony is at 5pm.  Do you think 7pm is too late to start the reception without a cocktail hour in between? 





            #10516 Ms.H

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              Posted 13 October 2010 - 10:25 AM

              Thanks Jaime! Our WC said it would be no problem to switch it, so I think I will go ahead and do that. I guess the only thing I worry about now, is the fact that our wedding is at 3pm - is that too long between wedding and reception?

               

              Originally Posted by JaimeCF2BR 

              Hi Ms. H - If its possible to change, I would recommend having your reception start at 6.  The thing about Zavas Plaza is it's surrounded by pools and buildings.  At 5 there will probably be some people lingering around, but by 6 most people are either in their rooms getting ready for dinner or are already out to dinner.

               

              During my last visit I paid special attention to different locations at different times of day and noticed the beach area stayed occupied til about 5, then the pools til about 6. 

               

              Hope this helps!

               

               


               




              #10517 Ms.H

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                Posted 13 October 2010 - 10:27 AM


                 

                Originally Posted by beaz2be 

                Thanks for this info.  I'm going to follow up with my TA again.  I'm going through flight centre destination wedding specialists... and it's signature vacations too!  But, it is in May and my TA said that sometimes the deals are available depending on time of year etc.  I'll follow up tho and see if she can work anything out.  I will PM you for sure if I think her seeking info or talking to your TA or anything might help.  Thanks again!
                 



                I personally am going starting either at 6 or maybe even pushing it back to 6.30 and we're doing PLaza Zavas too.  Our ceremony is for 4pm.  We figure people can go relax for an hour and a half or head over to one of the bars for cocktails etc. while we get photos taken.  That way the plaza will be more private by the time we get there (also the party will go later into the night which is a plus for us).
                 



                 


                I think 6 is the better time too...our wedding is at 3 though, do you think thats too long between wedding and reception - 3 hours???
                 



                #10518 JaimeCF2BR

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                  Posted 13 October 2010 - 10:38 AM


                  Thats the exact schedule I'm doing :)
                   

                  Originally Posted by TLGnhci 

                  Yay, I finally got word that my beach ceremony and Zavaz Plaza are confirmed :o

                   

                  Our ceremony is at 5pm.  Do you think 7pm is too late to start the reception without a cocktail hour in between? 





                  #10519 nv+gms

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                    Posted 13 October 2010 - 10:40 AM



                    I'm doing the same thing.  I don't think its a long time.  Ceremony will be done by 5:30 - I will be telling my guests to linger by the bar - I'm sure there won't be many disappointed guests! 

                     

                    Originally Posted by TLGnhci 

                    Yay, I finally got word that my beach ceremony and Zavaz Plaza are confirmed :o

                     

                    Our ceremony is at 5pm.  Do you think 7pm is too late to start the reception without a cocktail hour in between? 



                     



                    #10520 JaimeCF2BR

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                      Posted 13 October 2010 - 10:44 AM

                      I'm undecided if I will have a cocktail party between my 5pm ceremony and 7pm reception.  Will depend on whats left of the budget!  If I dont do a cocktail hour, I plan to suggest one bar for everyone to meet at while they wait. 

                       

                      I saw 2 brides do this during my visit in March and it didn't seem odd at all.  Of course an organized cocktail party would be great...but if you can't afford it, I dont think any guests would know the difference.

                       

                      Ms. H - I think you could do the same thing for your 2 1/2 hour gap.  Suggest a specific bar for everyone to go to.  Or you could also suggest a cat nap so they can party all night :)






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