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#11551 Less is more

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    Posted 13 January 2011 - 07:11 PM

    Congrats ladies on the dates.  Now the fun beings



    #11552 Less is more

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      Posted 13 January 2011 - 07:56 PM

      Ladies who had the cigar roller was it worth it?  Do your guest get them for free once you pay for him or is there a fee on top of that.  Fi wanted to something cool with guys at the rehersal dinner.  Let me know if it is worth the $400



      #11553 murmel

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      Posted 13 January 2011 - 08:20 PM



      Originally Posted by Vic0214 

      OHH i have some exciting news ladies i think i 've decided to do bourdoir pictures!! I' m going for a consultation tommorrow i 'm really excited to give these photo's to my hubby to be!

      So excited for you! I did a boudoir album too! And it was so much fun. I was terribly nervous, but the photographer was awesome. And she had so many useful and encouraging tips. Remember they do this professionally and will help you look your best! Have fun

      Ladies who had the cigar roller was it worth it?  Do your guest get them for free once you pay for him or is there a fee on top of that.  Fi wanted to something cool with guys at the rehersal dinner.  Let me know if it is worth the $400


      Good question, I'd love to know this too!
       


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      #11554 nv+gms

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        Posted 13 January 2011 - 08:34 PM

        After Jan 24th - I will know. We booked him for our welcome reception.  The total is 400 for the 2 hrs but it incl 200 for cigars of your choice - so you can choose many cheap ones or a few expensive ones. 
         

        Originally Posted by Less is more 

        Ladies who had the cigar roller was it worth it?  Do your guest get them for free once you pay for him or is there a fee on top of that.  Fi wanted to something cool with guys at the rehersal dinner.  Let me know if it is worth the $400





        #11555 herbie76

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          Posted 14 January 2011 - 12:23 AM

          Do any of you know if you have to pay the vendors fee $500 for every outside vendor you use or a one off fee of $500 covers all outside vendors?
          On August 2nd at 3pm at Sensatori Resort, Riviera Maya, Mexico I marry my best friend.

          #11556 TLGnhci

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            Posted 14 January 2011 - 05:24 AM


            That's a good question b/c if it includes all of them, I might just pay it so I can have some of the things that I like!! :o)  Hope someone knows!

            Originally Posted by herbie76 

            Do any of you know if you have to pay the vendors fee $500 for every outside vendor you use or a one off fee of $500 covers all outside vendors?




            #11557 Less is more

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              Posted 14 January 2011 - 07:03 AM

              thanks that helps.  Let me know how it goes so excited for you!  Are you all packed?
               

              Originally Posted by nv+gms 

              After Jan 24th - I will know. We booked him for our welcome reception.  The total is 400 for the 2 hrs but it incl 200 for cigars of your choice - so you can choose many cheap ones or a few expensive ones. 
               

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              Originally Posted by Less is more 

              Ladies who had the cigar roller was it worth it?  Do your guest get them for free once you pay for him or is there a fee on top of that.  Fi wanted to something cool with guys at the rehersal dinner.  Let me know if it is worth the $400


               




              #11558 TLGnhci

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                Posted 14 January 2011 - 07:21 AM

                Yay for our soon to be married gals!! :o



                #11559 amcferron

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                  Posted 14 January 2011 - 09:01 AM

                  I would say before you agree to "block rooms" you should check sites like funjet, covacations, etc to compare prices.  (or have a travel agent do it). the thing with those websites is it is ALL included.....air, transfers, hotel.  I honestly have used a travel agent who i just referred my guests to and I am still getting all of these discounts others are getting. (20% off, bride and groom free, etc)  I would just make sure it is a GIVC (they get perks from karisma).  that way you don't have to front any money either.  i say we do a whole lot to make sure things are easy for our guests.  they can at least be accountable for booking their own trip by calling/e-mailing the TA i suggested.  plus, i haven't had to deal with anything in regard to others travel.  they just deal with her.....that's her job and her specialty!!

                   

                  and, for a wedding in may (which is very close to sold out) our prices are about 1000 per person for 3 nights, 1200 for 4, and about 2000 for 7 nights.  this includes flight and everything. 
                   

                  Originally Posted by jazz04 

                  They were trying to say 850 per person, so 1700 per couple for only 4 nights, plus flights are 450 per person, 900 per couple which equals 2600 per couple for only 4 nights!!! I think that is a little ridiculous. We are still waiting on a rate if we block 30 rooms. I'm extremely aggravated with the resort!


                   

                  Originally Posted by irishdonna 

                  I'm going through LUXE destination, i didn't want to go any higher than $1600 for my guests (flight/hotel/tax) so LUXE told us about AS, we were in Mexico over xmas and had LUXE set us up for a site and see at azul S and we fell in love! Then LUXE comes back with $2275 pp! So they got our hopes up with Azul and now it's to much=( LUXE told me to give it a month and see if the prices drop so now it's a waiting game.

                  Anyone from Vancouver BC getting married @ AS? or is anyone dealing with LUXE?


                  it is $500 for each vendor. :(
                   

                  Originally Posted by herbie76 

                  Do any of you know if you have to pay the vendors fee $500 for every outside vendor you use or a one off fee of $500 covers all outside vendors?

                   

                  Originally Posted by TLGnhci 


                  That's a good question b/c if it includes all of them, I might just pay it so I can have some of the things that I like!! :o)  Hope someone knows!

                  Quote:
                  Originally Posted by herbie76 

                  Do any of you know if you have to pay the vendors fee $500 for every outside vendor you use or a one off fee of $500 covers all outside vendors?

                   




                  #11560 herbie76

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                    Posted 14 January 2011 - 01:19 PM



                    Originally Posted by amcferron 

                    I would say before you agree to "block rooms" you should check sites like funjet, covacations, etc to compare prices.  (or have a travel agent do it). the thing with those websites is it is ALL included.....air, transfers, hotel.  I honestly have used a travel agent who i just referred my guests to and I am still getting all of these discounts others are getting. (20% off, bride and groom free, etc)  I would just make sure it is a GIVC (they get perks from karisma).  that way you don't have to front any money either.  i say we do a whole lot to make sure things are easy for our guests.  they can at least be accountable for booking their own trip by calling/e-mailing the TA i suggested.  plus, i haven't had to deal with anything in regard to others travel.  they just deal with her.....that's her job and her specialty!!

                     

                    and, for a wedding in may (which is very close to sold out) our prices are about 1000 per person for 3 nights, 1200 for 4, and about 2000 for 7 nights.  this includes flight and everything. 
                     


                     


                    it is $500 for each vendor. :(
                     

                     


                     


                    Just been looking on the Lomas website re vendor fees and it only mentions it next to Photographers no mention regarding DJ's. I'm going to question this with my WC, because if they want to charge you they need to state it on their website and its not.
                     


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