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Isnt the resort crazy with these prices! I cant wait to see your pictures. I am bring down chair sashes and centerpieces too. I hope you have an amazing time...Congrats Ang!

 

Originally Posted by angelov321 View Post

I leave Monday ladies, so sooner than you know it I will be posting pics and writing a review :) Im so excited.

 

These past few days Ive been bust buying decorations and trying to figure out my centerpieces. Wilma quoted me $116 per table (without bases!!!) for the ones I wanted. CRAZY!!!!!! I just purchased some really quote vases and other decorations to go with the whole piece. I also just purchased table clothes and chair sashes since the resort charges about $200 for 5 tables.

 

Still gotta finish programs and finish my playlist. sad.gif

 

Countdown till I leave: 2 days!!!!



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Originally Posted by angelov321 View Post

 

I leave Monday ladies, so sooner than you know it I will be posting pics and writing a review :) Im so excited.

 

These past few days Ive been bust buying decorations and trying to figure out my centerpieces. Wilma quoted me $116 per table (without bases!!!) for the ones I wanted. CRAZY!!!!!! I just purchased some really quote vases and other decorations to go with the whole piece. I also just purchased table clothes and chair sashes since the resort charges about $200 for 5 tables.

 

Still gotta finish programs and finish my playlist. sad.gif

 

Countdown till I leave: 2 days!!!!

 

 Have a wonderful wedding Erika! Enjoy every moment!!

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Question for the brides making your own centerpieces/past brides:

 

Are any of you using real flowers in the centerpieces?  has anyone tried to bring in flowers from an outside vendor? I found the website of someone who has stunning work venessajaimes.com and she has great reviews. 

 

I am frustrated because I still have no received a quote from Yazmin regarding our flowers  (been waiting since August) and from everyone's posting I am expecting them to be super high.  One of my bridesmaids volunteered to pick up all the arrangements or maybe I could do a guest pass like the photographer??  or would that be pushing it? 

 

I love flowers and it one part of my wedding I want to get the most bang for my buck and have what I really want.cry.gif  But all of the resort sample I have seen aren't my style.

 

I wish I was as crafty as all of you!!!

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Thank you for al the well wishes ladies!!! Its really appreciated.

 

Well, I just finshed packing and Im getting ready to fly out tomorrow.

 

I will post pics and reviews as soon as I have the chance when I get back!

 

In the meantime, Happy Planning!!!!

 

Talk to you all soon!smile03.gif

 

~Erika

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Hmmm...Yazmin is a really show cordinator. Maybe email the lady in Miami and see if Wilma can be your cordinator. She response very qucikly
 

Originally Posted by lilbuddha View Post

Question for the brides making your own centerpieces/past brides:

 

Are any of you using real flowers in the centerpieces?  has anyone tried to bring in flowers from an outside vendor? I found the website of someone who has stunning work venessajaimes.com and she has great reviews. 

 

I am frustrated because I still have no received a quote from Yazmin regarding our flowers  (been waiting since August) and from everyone's posting I am expecting them to be super high.  One of my bridesmaids volunteered to pick up all the arrangements or maybe I could do a guest pass like the photographer??  or would that be pushing it? 

 

I love flowers and it one part of my wedding I want to get the most bang for my buck and have what I really want.cry.gif  But all of the resort sample I have seen aren't my style.

 

I wish I was as crafty as all of you!!!



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That is a good question, I would love to know the answer to that question.

 

Originally Posted by lilbuddha View Post

Question for the brides making your own centerpieces/past brides:

 

Are any of you using real flowers in the centerpieces?  has anyone tried to bring in flowers from an outside vendor? I found the website of someone who has stunning work venessajaimes.com and she has great reviews. 

 

I am frustrated because I still have no received a quote from Yazmin regarding our flowers  (been waiting since August) and from everyone's posting I am expecting them to be super high.  One of my bridesmaids volunteered to pick up all the arrangements or maybe I could do a guest pass like the photographer??  or would that be pushing it? 

 

I love flowers and it one part of my wedding I want to get the most bang for my buck and have what I really want.cry.gif  But all of the resort sample I have seen aren't my style.

 

I wish I was as crafty as all of you!!!



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Hi Ladies! Im back! I have so much to tell everyone, and its all good...Im at work and still sick (i got really sick the day we left and im still trying to get better) I think it was all the stress and running around from the last few weeks...but I will write up a planning thread and a review of ASP for all of you within the next few days...here is the link to my pictures to give you a little something for now (i know all of you are dying to see recent pics of weddings at ASP) my photographer, Juan Navarra was absolutley amazing...ill ttys...Nicole

 

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