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#17851 kmk2016

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Posted 22 August 2014 - 09:48 AM

Can the lights have plugs?
Can the lights have plugs?
This website has been the best find!!!!! I really appreciate being in this forum with people who understand the stress and can offer quick answers!!!! Hehe


Yes. They can be your standard strung lights.

#17852 Tiffany Fox

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    Posted 22 August 2014 - 10:36 AM

    Wonderful!!!!! This makes me less stressed!!!!!

    #17853 linaco80

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      Posted 22 August 2014 - 11:12 AM

      @rebepax not sure if you got them but I read before a post and found this one below

      http://www.christmaslightsetc.com/ 

      I waslooking to bring the globe lights.


      http://www.paperlanternstore.com/ from another supporter bride ( I saved the websites)


       
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      #17854 Cj1053

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      Posted 22 August 2014 - 12:28 PM

      Hi!!! My ceremony is at the Zocalos Gazebo (on the beach near the pier) on October 11th@Cj1053 Ok That's a big help!!! So if I bring the Christmas lights that plug up they will figure the electrical/ socket out or do I need to get special lights that are battery operated?


      We brought regular plug ones. At the top of the poles they have plugs. We brought 7 strands in case one broke on the way or didn't work.

      #17855 Aliyedwinramirez

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      Posted 22 August 2014 - 02:20 PM

      Hey @kmk2016 no worries :-)

      Hopefully they can confirm it and just invoice me already for it.


      Alison
      Thanks @linaco80 ! Very sweet of you to reassure :-)


      Alison
      Okay everyone, one last off the wall question. Does anyone happen to know which flowers are in season in Mexico during October? I have been trying to google this for days now and I haven't found anything concrete or reliable.


      Alison

      #17856 Tiffany Fox

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        Posted 22 August 2014 - 03:04 PM

        I would imagine tropical places like that have the same flowers year round because the weather doesn't fluctuate much. I made my bouquets so I wouldn't have to pay a trillion dollars for them and we can't even take them home to enjoy them in a vase on our dining table :-(

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        #17857 AllieH

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        Posted 22 August 2014 - 05:03 PM

        it's a great question!! 

         

        My advice is to stick with the most common flowers - roses, lilies, or orchids, and in the most common colors (e.g. blue orchids are a challenge, but white or purple are feasible). Oh, and birds of paradise are plentiful there. They'll have carnations and such too. More unusual flowers like ranucullus or dahlias might be harder to find and thus even more expensive. 

         

        As Tiffany said, many DW brides go the real touch route and do fake vs. real. then there's no question about what you're getting, and you can take it home with you. That was my choice, and no one even realized they were fake. and now they sit on my mantle. (or heck, you can resell it if you aren't the sentimental type). 

         

         


        Okay everyone, one last off the wall question. Does anyone happen to know which flowers are in season in Mexico during October? I have been trying to google this for days now and I haven't found anything concrete or reliable.

         


         

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        #17858 Ydolem

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        Posted 24 August 2014 - 09:29 PM

        Hello!
        I'm getting married at the Azul Sensatori in March and I've learned so much from this forum. Thank you to everyone who has been posting, such valuable insight.
        I'm sure I'll have queetions but I haven't finished reading through the previous posts yet.

        Like many others I have found dealing with the Miami WCs very frustrating. Even with the team reorganization it takes them about a week to get back to us.

        #17859 Tiffany Fox

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          Posted 24 August 2014 - 09:51 PM

          Hello again Ladies!!!

          Is there a pool in close proximity to Zavas Plaza? If so, do they allow you to put floating candles in the water?

          #17860 kmk2016

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          Posted 25 August 2014 - 03:45 AM

          Hello again Ladies!!!

          Is there a pool in close proximity to Zavas Plaza? If so, do they allow you to put floating candles in the water?


          Yes it is directly next to the pool and you are allowed to do so. Keep in mind you would want to use se sort of weights with them or they will float away and would be rendered useless as the pool is very large and stretches out toward the ocean which is 200ft+ away.




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