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Thanks Nicole,

I was just wondering how many flower options they were able to give you.  Were they in a book? Did they seem as though they would be able to replicate what you brought them?

 

Also,  my fiance read your review lol.  He is most concerned and wanted me to thank you for all the details about the DJ and lighting.  He wanted to know if you brought your own CD of music or provided them a list.  Also was wondering if the DJ was working off a laptop...crazy boy loves his music.cheers.gif

 

Thanks Nicole!
 

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No problem! I love that its my chance to help the brides to be...I received so much help from this site so its my time to give back! 6 months is plenty of time and you will get everything done, promise you! As far as Yazmin, we just have to remember that they arent as stressed and crazy as us :) they move at a slower pace and to them theres nothing to worry about b/c they do hundreds of these every year without a problem...so try to relax, she will answer your questions, eventually :) also, if I can help with any thing please let me know...
 

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Thank you so much for the review Nicole!  You have been such a blessing!

 

I have been so stressed with less then 6 months to go and so little time to plan--- I have been getting so frustrated with Yazmin that I am glad everything went so well with her.  When I met with her on our site visit I loved her and felt we were in good hands but I am a planner/budgeter and not being able to get a hold of her has been stressful. 

 

 

But you have been wonderful.  So I am going on faith!'

 

Thanks so much!


 


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no problem.....i want to say playacar or something, I think it was in Playa del Carmen which was only about 10 miles away...

Originally Posted by MRR16 View Post

Nicole,

Thanks for the info on the golf. Do you know what course it is?

I'm assuming its not Moon Palace if the ride was that short.

Thanks again!!!



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its the same flower choices that she probably emailed you with the whole wedding packet (if you didnt get a wedding packet let me know, I probably have it saved on my computer), but they offer many colors of those flowers...its just one page of choices...I didnt bring them anything to go off of, I just picked my bouquet, the bridesmaids bouqets and the centerpieces the day I met with Yazmin and they were all really beautiful!  Tell your fiance to definitely dish out the extra money for the lighting, it is absolutely worth it and changes the whole ambience of the night...the dj was working off of a laptop and I didnt bring my own music or provide a list, and now looking back I wish I had...they did theyre best, but alot of songs we requested they had to download right then so we had to wait...I would recommend giving them a list and on top of that bringing your ipod with a playlist made up of dance songs, one of dinner songs and one of love songs so they can refer to them...Its pretty funny, I never realized it, because we were dancing so much, but one of my friends said the next day, do you realize the only love song that played was the first dance...lol! oops...guess the slow dancing wasnt really important to us that night, we all just wanted to party :)
 

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Thanks Nicole,

I was just wondering how many flower options they were able to give you.  Were they in a book? Did they seem as though they would be able to replicate what you brought them?

 

Also,  my fiance read your review lol.  He is most concerned and wanted me to thank you for all the details about the DJ and lighting.  He wanted to know if you brought your own CD of music or provided them a list.  Also was wondering if the DJ was working off a laptop...crazy boy loves his music.cheers.gif

 

Thanks Nicole!
 

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No problem! I love that its my chance to help the brides to be...I received so much help from this site so its my time to give back! 6 months is plenty of time and you will get everything done, promise you! As far as Yazmin, we just have to remember that they arent as stressed and crazy as us :) they move at a slower pace and to them theres nothing to worry about b/c they do hundreds of these every year without a problem...so try to relax, she will answer your questions, eventually :) also, if I can help with any thing please let me know...
 

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Thank you so much for the review Nicole!  You have been such a blessing!

 

I have been so stressed with less then 6 months to go and so little time to plan--- I have been getting so frustrated with Yazmin that I am glad everything went so well with her.  When I met with her on our site visit I loved her and felt we were in good hands but I am a planner/budgeter and not being able to get a hold of her has been stressful. 

 

 

But you have been wonderful.  So I am going on faith!'

 

Thanks so much!


 

 


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I would love her email.

Thank-you!

 

Originally Posted by lilbuddha View Post

All you do is contact Yesenia in Miami. I have her e-mail if you need it.  They have a specific site request form.  We saw Aventura Spa/ Wyndham Palace; and Iberostar.  We ended up canceling with Rui Playacar because we were so in love with Aventura. 



 

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Originally Posted by lilbuddha View Post

Thank you so much for the review Nicole!  You have been such a blessing!

 

I have been so stressed with less then 6 months to go and so little time to plan--- I have been getting so frustrated with Yazmin that I am glad everything went so well with her.  When I met with her on our site visit I loved her and felt we were in good hands but I am a planner/budgeter and not being able to get a hold of her has been stressful. 

 

 

But you have been wonderful.  So I am going on faith!'

 

Thanks so much!


How did you get in contact with Yazmin for your site visit. I am planning one in June and would love to meet with someone. Thanks for any suggestions.
 


 


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Well girls I hit the one year mark TODAY!!  I can't wait for this next year to fly by.  I have my DIY boarding pass STDs done and I am sending them out today.  I am so happy with what they look like.  I will post them in the STD section.   

 

WOOHOO 1 YEAR  TO GO!!!

 

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Congrats, Im sure it will fly by!

 

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Well girls I hit the one year mark TODAY!!  I can't wait for this next year to fly by.  I have my DIY boarding pass STDs done and I am sending them out today.  I am so happy with what they look like.  I will post them in the STD section.   

 

WOOHOO 1 YEAR  TO GO!!!

 

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Jennifer Gamboa

Wedding Sales Assistant
weddings@palaceresorts.com

 

 

This is the woman (Jennifer) who sent me the form (I went into my site inspection form and found my form and her e-mails).
 

 

 

 

  Yesenia...is the corporate person who gets the ball rolling nad who handles the contracts and getting all the details set-up prior to your wedding planner being assigned.

 

Yesenia Soler
Wedding Sales Executive
ysoler@palaceresorts.com
 
Tel: 877.725.4933 x 6547
Fax: 305.421.1608
 

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woot.gifMy Dress came in today!! 

 

I can't believe it.  Whe I foudn it in July the dresshiop said it probably won't be in until January (since I am 5 feet had to be cut to fit my height).  But it is here!

 

Can't believe it and tomorrow I am headin to DC for a much needed "sick" day to hangout out with my maid of honor.  I just can't get over the dress is here and it is fitting time.  Wow.  Time is flying girls!  woot.gif

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YAY!! Thats great. Enjoy your sick day. msnwink.gif
 

Originally Posted by lilbuddha View Post

woot.gifMy Dress came in today!! 

 

I can't believe it.  Whe I foudn it in July the dresshiop said it probably won't be in until January (since I am 5 feet had to be cut to fit my height).  But it is here!

 

Can't believe it and tomorrow I am headin to DC for a much needed "sick" day to hangout out with my maid of honor.  I just can't get over the dress is here and it is fitting time.  Wow.  Time is flying girls!  woot.gif



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Yay how exciting!!  You have probably posted pics before but I have seen so many dresses I don't know who is wearing what anymore.  Please post pics when you can. 
 

Originally Posted by lilbuddha View Post

woot.gifMy Dress came in today!! 

 

I can't believe it.  Whe I foudn it in July the dresshiop said it probably won't be in until January (since I am 5 feet had to be cut to fit my height).  But it is here!

 

Can't believe it and tomorrow I am headin to DC for a much needed "sick" day to hangout out with my maid of honor.  I just can't get over the dress is here and it is fitting time.  Wow.  Time is flying girls!  woot.gif



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