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#16091 murmel

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Posted 16 February 2013 - 08:13 PM

Originally Posted by kathryn83 

Recent brides -- how much did the resort enforce the restaurant dress code?

They are pretty good. Guys as long as they wear pants (jeans are fine), no issues. Mostly we saw guys wear jeans, summer khakis and golf style shirts. Girls ...basically everything except beachwear/swimwear is fine.


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#16092 RachelTX

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    Posted 16 February 2013 - 09:42 PM

    Originally Posted by kathryn83 

    Recent brides -- how much did the resort enforce the restaurant dress code?

    I didn't feel like they enforced the dress code AT ALL!!!  Especially at breakfast and lunch!!  There was a guy in short, short swim trunks at the Mexican restaurant one afternoon and they did make him tie his friends scarf type thing around his neck sort of like a shirt....but it was no where close to being their "dress code"  and there were all kinds of people in wet swim suits with just t-shirts over them.....didn't bother me, but I had sent the dress code to everyone attending the wedding because I was worried that it seemed sort of strict...we didn't think it was strict (or enforced) at all.  



    #16093 murmel

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    Posted 17 February 2013 - 08:40 AM

    I should clarify ... The dress code is meant for dinner time. During breakfast and lunch, basically anything does go. But it is recommended that you not wear wet swimwear.(in consideration of other guests) Guys should wear a tshirt, and girls a cover-up, sundress, shirt, etc. Hope that helps.

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    #16094 Missy Taddonio

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      Posted 17 February 2013 - 08:43 AM

      I am going to say no. The pools although close are not right beside the plaza. So your guests might see them as they walk by, but it would not create ambiance for the reception. As well the pools are quite large, so I would imagine the candles might quickly float out of sight.



      #16095 Missy Taddonio

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        Posted 17 February 2013 - 08:46 AM

        When I visited the resort we saw plaza zalvez and it was close enough to the pool for pool candles. They said a lot of girls bring the candles and it looks really pretty. We are going to attach fishing line and stones to the bottoms so they will stay in place and not float away.

        #16096 AmyandNolan2013

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          Posted 17 February 2013 - 10:35 AM

          I have just switched my venue from the sky terrace to the beach, now I am getting more and more excited. We just decided we wanted it a little more laid back then what we were originally trying to do. So excited! Lynda just confirmed it for us. Now I'm thinking about decorations, I was wondering what came with the beach wedding? Does the isle runner come with, or is it extra?

          #16097 murmel

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          Posted 17 February 2013 - 11:27 AM

          I have just switched my venue from the sky terrace to the beach, now I am getting more and more excited. We just decided we wanted it a little more laid back then what we were originally trying to do. So excited! Lynda just confirmed it for us. Now I'm thinking about decorations, I was wondering what came with the beach wedding? Does the isle runner come with, or is it extra?

          The wooden aisle runner, a small table (for signing the registry), and chairs (wooden, white, uncovered) for your guests. As well they provided a sound system with microphone, you just supply an iPod to play the music you want.

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          #16098 DaynaV

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            Posted 17 February 2013 - 02:12 PM

            Hi ladies, just wondering if anybody has used the onsite spa for their hair and/or makeup and if you would recommend it or anybody working there in particular? I was at my brothers wedding in Cabo in January and my mom and I got our hair done at the spa on the resort (RIU Palace) and I had photos of everything I wanted (simple stuff, soft updo and basic smoky eye makeup, nothing crazy) and it turned out awful. $300 later We pretty much looked like Mexican hookers. So understandably I am a bit nervous to use the onsite spa now, but I cannot justify spending the $800 outside vendor fee for a outside company. Any opinions /photos/info you have would be much appreciated!!

            #16099 DaynaV

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              Posted 17 February 2013 - 02:27 PM

              Hi Dayna! Incredible - we are also getting married 10.23.13 at the Azul Sensatori!!  See you there!  :)

              Awesome! What time are you guys getting married at? I thought we were the only ones that day, but that's cool,MIT will be fun to have somebody to "plan" with!

              Dayna!  I am also getting married that date!  See you there!



              #16100 kathryn83

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                Posted 17 February 2013 - 03:48 PM

                Originally Posted by DaynaV 

                Hi ladies, just wondering if anybody has used the onsite spa for their hair and/or makeup and if you would recommend it or anybody working there in particular? I was at my brothers wedding in Cabo in January and my mom and I got our hair done at the spa on the resort (RIU Palace) and I had photos of everything I wanted (simple stuff, soft updo and basic smoky eye makeup, nothing crazy) and it turned out awful. $300 later We pretty much looked like Mexican hookers. So understandably I am a bit nervous to use the onsite spa now, but I cannot justify spending the $800 outside vendor fee for a outside company.
                Any opinions /photos/info you have would be much appreciated!!

                I will be using the spa in May. With my package I get trail hair and makeup the day before, so I figure that should iron out any kinks.






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