Dreams Huatulco are there anymore brides?
Posted 10 January 2010 - 01:44 PM
You look gorgeous! Sounds like you had an amazing wedding
Oh sweet, so they Do credit you if you're not doing the cocktail hour. Was hoping they'd do that. Good to know about the florist in town too!
Thanks so much for all the info!!
I'll send you a PM about the FB pics
Posted 10 January 2010 - 03:41 PM
I honestly didnt plan much, you can see my planning thread in the planning thread section. They did all the decoration and flower selection, I had no idea what they looked like or what kind of flowers until we got them RIGHT before we walked down the aisle. Seriously dont stress, they do an awesome job. Add me on FB if you want to see some pics.
Bri- no prob! I didnt think they were going to credit us b/c i had asked before and she had told me there were no 'transfers'. But then when it came time to pay she didnt charge us for the extreme 40 glasses of champagne for the champagne toast (supposed to be $6 pp), only charged us for the chair covers once (instead of for the ceremony and reception) and something else? b/c of not having a cocktail hour. We were really happy and surprised!
Posted 10 January 2010 - 09:19 PM
Posted 11 January 2010 - 04:03 PM
So, I got married at the Dreams in Feb. Last year!! We didn't deal with gabby, but with Rocio. We payed half price for the kids meals...and we also had one kids meal for free since my nephew was only 1 1/2yrs. All I can tell you is to ask...everything is negotiable!!
Good luck with the rest of the planning....I'm sure it will be perfect!!
Posted 12 January 2010 - 07:29 PM
Well congrats on your upcoming anniversary!
Gaby hasn't responded to my emails in awhile, which is understandable. She seems quite busy. But I have discussed the reception meal with all the parents and they said they are totally fine with simply taking their kids to the buffet before the reception starts. So that's good. Hooray for saving money!
Posted 26 January 2010 - 07:15 PM
I was feeling nervous because as time gets closer for my May 1st wedding seems harder to get into contact with Gaby. But the forum has actually calmed my nervous for awhile. I did speak to her last week and mentioned all wedding currently happening.
I vacationed at Dream Huatulco this past summer and decided to have our wedding there. We'll be getting married at the town's church and having my Fianc©es uncle/priest be the celebrant.
Posted 12 February 2010 - 12:02 AM
I got back about a week ago from my wedding trip to Dreams Huatulco! BEAUTIFUL RESORT! We had our wedding on Jan 26th at approx. 5:00 PM on the beach by the rocks. Gaby did an amazing job setting up the area for our ceremony, as well as the Terrace/Gazebo area for our reception & dance.
If you're anything like I was, you are probably panicking because you haven't heard from Gaby in awhile and your day is getting nearer and nearer. But believe me, she's just very busy. I snuck a peak at her wedding calendar and there seemed to be a wedding almost everyday the week that I was there.
Our day was absolutely perfect! Only downside was that a lot of our guests were sick that week and two of them couldn't even make it to the wedding. We know this was not something brought on by eating the food or drinking anything, as the first person from our group to catch the flu was my 6 month old nephew.
One of our guests offered to take pictures for us on our big day, so we did not pay for any extra photos from the resort. We just stuck with the 36 pics included in the Dreams of Love pkg. We also purchased the video, which shows the preparation of the ceremony area, all the guests arriving, and of course the ceremony itself. Very nice to have the video! The videographer was able to add a song of my choice to the video which was a nice touch.
If anyone has any questions at all, send me a message and I'll be happy to help!! Happy planning!!
Posted 17 March 2010 - 12:35 PM
Does anyone know if the free wedding option includes dinner at an a la carte restaurant? I thought we could just have the wedding and then all go to dinner at one of the restaurants afterward.
It says it includes a cake, so maybe they can bring the cake to the restaurant? I don't mind paying some extras, but like I said, the free wedding option sounds great too! It'll be a symbolic ceremony, as we're getting legally married here first.
I'm still totally confused as to planning this. We're going over Christmas break this year.
Posted 17 March 2010 - 12:45 PM
I am not sure if you can just have your reception in one of the restaurants or not. You might have to pay a fee. I do have to say that the area around the pool where our reception was was more private, beautiful and the meal was the BEST anyone had all week. Was there are particular reason you wanted to have it in a restaurant instead?
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