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PS- it seems like this new gal that is heading up the weddings at the RIU might be really good. She even emailed me to see if she could recover my chair bows/starfish which I totally thought were a lost cause!

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Hi Everyone

 

A couple of questions for past brides and upcoming ones. i know the information is around here somewhere, but i thought i would ask anyways in case someone knew off the top of their heads.

 

- how did everyone get to the hotel and airport? did you use a specific company? recommendations?

 

- did anyone do a day trip to any ruins, where to and what company did you usehuh.gif

 

Linds or Samira -- where did you guys get your chair bows and fans?

 

Jen -- i'll be at the resort from Dec. 1 - 6th. before that nov 28- dec 1 we will be in tulum, dont really know where yet. thinking of renting a beach bungalow. it just worked out better this way in terms of time off and such.

 

alright everyone take care!

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PS- it seems like this new gal that is heading up the weddings at the RIU might be really good. She even emailed me to see if she could recover my chair bows/starfish which I totally thought were a lost cause!
Hey Linds, What a lovely thing for her to do, thats so nice.... After thought is something that is memorable.... Sometime we go somewhere and are totally forgotton, but i think an after thought from someone goes a long long way!!! Thats great :-)

Still looking forward to your review and planning thread :-) You definatly sound like a busy lady, hope it calms down for you soon, hope your new job is going good xox

xox

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Paige - i forgot to ask, how did the outside photographer fee thing work out for you? i have an email from them saying that all i would need is a 100$ day pass but they also had a disclaimer that prices were subject to change. if they tell me about a photographer fee of 200$ i am just going to say you never said anything about that in your policy to me. thoughts?

 

HAPPY FRIDAY EVERYONE!

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I love hearing how everyone's planning/big days are going! Samira, I'd love to see your pictures but I can't find you on FB! Any tips? Can I search for you by email?

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I love hearing how everyone's planning/big days are going! Samira, I'd love to see your pictures but I can't find you on FB! Any tips? Can I search for you by email?
Sent you a PM. Let me know if you didn't get it...

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ugh we have been SO SO busy and I have been so swamped at my new job that I STILL have time for nothing! We are doing a lot of work around our house plus the new job...its taking over which means so little time for BDW!!!! sad.gif

 

I want to go back to RPRM NOW!!!!!!! love.gif

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I love hearing how everyone's planning/big days are going! Samira, I'd love to see your pictures but I can't find you on FB! Any tips? Can I search for you by email?
I don't know if I ever saw any of your photos Kim.. Did you post any on here or do you have some on facebook where I could add you?

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ugh we have been SO SO busy and I have been so swamped at my new job that I STILL have time for nothing! We are doing a lot of work around our house plus the new job...its taking over which means so little time for BDW!!!! sad.gif

I want to go back to RPRM NOW!!!!!!! love.gif
I am sure you want to go back to RPRM, from all the pictures I've seen I can't wait to get there! :) Officially less then 6 months until our wedding day! But just stick it out, you will get back into the swing of things at the new job soon enough.

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