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#13981 KerryL613

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    Posted 23 August 2011 - 05:29 PM


    Congrats!  Your big day is almost here!
     

    Originally Posted by justiner57 

    Just got back from my Bachelorette weekend in Vegas, pretty amazing! The weather was perfect and we all had such a great time. Here are a few highlight pics, trust me you don't want to see all of them hahaha. First night we got a little too drunk, who doesn't on their bachelorette party and made it to marquee club for like 30 mins! Haha but made up for it the second night at Vanity danced the night away until 5am! Priceless 

     

     

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    #13982 murmel

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    Posted 23 August 2011 - 06:24 PM



    Originally Posted by Mwise17 

    Question:  Is it true you don't have to book any of your dinners at the restaurants except Le Chique? 

    :)

    True! You just walk into any of the restaurants and ask to be seated. If they are too busy, you choices are 1) try a different restaurant, 2) they give you a buzzer that will light up when your table is ready. Then you just find the closest bar and have a pre-dinner drink! We never waited for more than 20 minutes.

     

    Only Le Chique has reservations. You have to go to Le Chique mid afternoon (4pm?-5:30pm?), and place your reservation. I would try as soon as I arrive- it's an experience not to be missed! And keep in mind, they never fully book the restaurant- you'll often see tables empty because they only serve a certain number of people an evening (I think it's about 45-50 max.), so you have to get those tables early! :)


     

    justiner57 : Love that pink dress! Such a neat design. Looks like it was a super fun time.


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    #13983 1106wedding

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      Posted 24 August 2011 - 07:07 AM

      Congrats Michelle on a beautiful wedding! I imagine I'll be crying like a baby before walking down the aisle as well! Can I ask why they didn't upgrade you to a honeymoon suite right away? I'm secretly hoping we get that (we booked an oceanview room). Also, glad to see your bridesmaid centerpieces worked (that's what I'm doing). Did they supply the pink stones? They are charging me $10 per vase with water. THANKS!!

       

       

       

      justiner57 - you're making me miss my Vegas bachelorette! I want another! Glad you lived it up! :)

       

       

       


      Jessie & Chris 10/22/2011 *51 booked and final*


      #13984 herbie76

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        Posted 24 August 2011 - 07:45 AM

        Hi Jessie They couldn't upgrade us as the room wasn't available straight away. I got the water beads off of eBay and took them with me, then asked at my first meeting if they had vases I could borrow, I didnt get charged for them or charged for setting things up. I only booked essential things before going photographer (but I emailed them direct to arrange times etc), spa, flowers, menu then I sorted out the rest when I got there. Hope this helps.
        On August 2nd at 3pm at Sensatori Resort, Riviera Maya, Mexico I marry my best friend.

        #13985 1106wedding

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          Posted 24 August 2011 - 07:49 AM


          Wow! Interesting, no charge for setting ANYTHING up? Good to know! Thank you!!

          Originally Posted by herbie76 

          Hi Jessie
          They couldn't upgrade us as the room wasn't available straight away.
          I got the water beads off of eBay and took them with me, then asked at my first meeting if they had vases I could borrow, I didnt get charged for them or charged for setting things up. I only booked essential things before going photographer (but I emailed them direct to arrange times etc), spa, flowers, menu then I sorted out the rest when I got there.
          Hope this helps.


           


          Jessie & Chris 10/22/2011 *51 booked and final*


          #13986 mbowling

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            Posted 24 August 2011 - 10:44 AM

            love this - thanks!
             

            Originally Posted by Mwise17 

            I just purchased mine on etsy from sayanythingdesign.  It is a frame sand ceremony, it is more expensive then the lomas one, but I liked the idea of hanging the frame with a pic. of Chris and I from the wedding on our wall when we get back.  ($68us)...it comes with a stainless steel funnel so you don't poor sand everywhere!  lol

            and you can take the sand container out to change up the pic. whenever you want.

            :)

             

             

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            #13987 Mwise17

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              Posted 24 August 2011 - 11:06 AM

              Thats what I heard (actually, I think I read it on your welcome booklet come to think of it!) LOL!!!!

              Thanks for helping me out twice!!

              :)

               


               

              Originally Posted by murmel 



              True! You just walk into any of the restaurants and ask to be seated. If they are too busy, you choices are 1) try a different restaurant, 2) they give you a buzzer that will light up when your table is ready. Then you just find the closest bar and have a pre-dinner drink! We never waited for more than 20 minutes.

               

              Only Le Chique has reservations. You have to go to Le Chique mid afternoon (4pm?-5:30pm?), and place your reservation. I would try as soon as I arrive- it's an experience not to be missed! And keep in mind, they never fully book the restaurant- you'll often see tables empty because they only serve a certain number of people an evening (I think it's about 45-50 max.), so you have to get those tables early! :)


               

              justiner57 : Love that pink dress! Such a neat design. Looks like it was a super fun time.



              Very interesting!  I am wondering if I even bother saying I want table runners etc. before getting down there, and a basket for my pashminas or the little "sandbox" that I want to use to put my place cards in..........

               

              hmmmmmmmmm....what do you think?  risk it?

              :)


              Melissa



              Originally Posted by herbie76 

              Hi Jessie
              They couldn't upgrade us as the room wasn't available straight away.
              I got the water beads off of eBay and took them with me, then asked at my first meeting if they had vases I could borrow, I didnt get charged for them or charged for setting things up. I only booked essential things before going photographer (but I emailed them direct to arrange times etc), spa, flowers, menu then I sorted out the rest when I got there.
              Hope this helps.


               



              #13988 kerry872

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                Posted 24 August 2011 - 11:17 AM

                Congrats Michelle. You looked gorgeous and have made me very excited!!!



                #13989 mbowling

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                  Posted 24 August 2011 - 11:52 AM



                  Originally Posted by murmel 



                  It is an option with the Set Menu dinners. But you really have to push them to get this! You have to pick the appetizer and the dessert, but you should have the option of choosing 2 of the entrees and letting your guests choose. Of course there is the 45 day prior to wedding deadline (or 21 days if you really push your cause LOL)
                   

                  Take it in your carry one....carefully! 
                   

                   


                  I was planning on taking it in my carry on, but then read somewhere that someone tried to do that and wasn't allowed because of the glass and then had to put it in her checked bag.... yikes! I just would hate for it to be all mixed up after doing it! :)

                   



                  #13990 karlaandmark

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                    Posted 24 August 2011 - 01:06 PM

                    We brought our own set down there, and then carried it on the plane with us on the way back.  We did the ceremony with our kids, so we had their 3 vases engraved with their names, and then our initials on the bride/groom vases.  Our set came with a foam piece to stuff in the top, so no sand shifting!  I have it set out at the house, and love it.  This is where I ordered mine:  




                    I was planning on taking it in my carry on, but then read somewhere that someone tried to do that and wasn't allowed because of the glass and then had to put it in her checked bag.... yikes! I just would hate for it to be all mixed up after doing it! :)

                     



                     






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