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#15141 RachelTX

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    Posted 18 July 2012 - 10:22 AM

    is anyone doing a sand ceremony?  or did a sand ceremony?  I think I saw it in this forum but can't remember....I've seen a picture frame for the sand....does anyone know where I can get one of these?  I think that is such a cool idea, what a great keepsake from the wedding!  Also, are you bringing your own sand or did you get the sand from Lomas?  Thanks :)  



    #15142 tkuzma

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    Posted 18 July 2012 - 05:08 PM

    Originally Posted by GinaP 

    Hi Ladies,
    I am getting married at Azul on March 29,2013! Just wondering what some of you girls are doing for music for the reception? DJ or IPod? Lomas DJ?
    Thanks,

     

    I booked MegaDJ through Lomas for $1000 for 4 hrs.  $1000 was worth not having the headache of having to put together my own playlist and making sure it runs smoothly!


    My Mayan Riviera Wedding Planning Journal (February 7, 2013)- http://www.bestdesti...ebruary-7-2013/


    #15143 LauraandBrian

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      Posted 19 July 2012 - 05:15 AM

      Hi Ladies

       

      I know many past brides have mentioned this before. Can anyone tell me how large the sheers for the beach gazebo should be? I have decided to try and buy my own and bring them as 100.00 per sheer seemed a bit steep. 

       

       

      Best, 

       

      Laura 



      #15144 RachelTX

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        Posted 19 July 2012 - 08:46 AM

        Originally Posted by LauraandBrian 

        Hi Ladies

         

        I know many past brides have mentioned this before. Can anyone tell me how large the sheers for the beach gazebo should be? I have decided to try and buy my own and bring them as 100.00 per sheer seemed a bit steep. 

         

         

        Best, 

         

        Laura 

        I had written down these measurements that someone posted.....2 sheets needed 12m x 1.5m each.  



        #15145 RachelTX

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          Posted 19 July 2012 - 09:32 AM

          Does anyone know.....is the Zocalo Beach wedding location the one by the pier?  Also....is the gazebo permanently there or do you have to rent that from Lomas?  



          #15146 ELAINENYC

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          Posted 19 July 2012 - 12:17 PM

          Originally Posted by RachelTX 

          I had written down these measurements that someone posted.....2 sheets needed 12m x 1.5m each.  

           Yep those measurements are correct.

           

          Also, you do not have to rent the Gazebo. I am almost it is permanently there. Yes the Gazebo Zocalo is the one closer to the pier. If you are having your ceremony there, then you do not have to pay extra for the gazebo.



          #15147 ELAINENYC

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          Posted 19 July 2012 - 12:21 PM

          Originally Posted by RachelTX 

          is anyone doing a sand ceremony?  or did a sand ceremony?  I think I saw it in this forum but can't remember....I've seen a picture frame for the sand....does anyone know where I can get one of these?  I think that is such a cool idea, what a great keepsake from the wedding!  Also, are you bringing your own sand or did you get the sand from Lomas?  Thanks :)  

           Yes I am having a sand ceremony. That is actually a good question, I am not sure if we bring our own sand or does AS supply it?

           

          But I do know you have to bring your own photo frame. There is a great one on etsy.com for about $80 (?) or somewhere around that price. But then I saw another bride who bought a shadow box frame from Michaels ($15 and you can use a 50% coupon so it will be 1/2 that price) and drilled in the hole on top so she can pour in the sand. I am attemtping this DIY sand ceremony frame project....click this link for more details..

          http://www.bestdesti...-ceremony-frame



          #15148 ELAINENYC

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          Posted 19 July 2012 - 12:24 PM

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          Just wanted to share this coupon...hope the above link works. It is a 40% off coupon on any one Martha Stewart Home Office with Avery product to be used at Staples.



          #15149 RachelTX

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            Posted 19 July 2012 - 02:15 PM

            Originally Posted by ELAINENYC 

             Yep those measurements are correct.

             

            Also, you do not have to rent the Gazebo. I am almost it is permanently there. Yes the Gazebo Zocalo is the one closer to the pier. If you are having your ceremony there, then you do not have to pay extra for the gazebo.

            AWESOME!!!  That is the location I am booked for, so excited!!  :)



            #15150 RachelTX

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              Posted 19 July 2012 - 02:18 PM

              Originally Posted by ELAINENYC 

               Yes I am having a sand ceremony. That is actually a good question, I am not sure if we bring our own sand or does AS supply it?

               

              But I do know you have to bring your own photo frame. There is a great one on etsy.com for about $80 (?) or somewhere around that price. But then I saw another bride who bought a shadow box frame from Michaels ($15 and you can use a 50% coupon so it will be 1/2 that price) and drilled in the hole on top so she can pour in the sand. I am attemtping this DIY sand ceremony frame project....click this link for more details..

              http://www.bestdesti...-ceremony-frame

              Thanks, I will look into both of these.  I am surprised by how much they get for the sand ceremony picture frames...but I guess they last forever and it is an excellent keepsake.  I do know that on the Lomas website there is an option for the sand ceremony and it is $40....so I doubt AS supplies the sand.  I did see however somewhere that one of the sands you should use is sand from the beach...and then one colored sand....so sand from the beach would be free!  :)






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