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I have a question about the menus-I wonder if it is possible to have a choice for your entree...most weddings that we go to you can pick from fish or steak...

Anyone have any ideas?

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so under ten hours until we leave and we're still not done packing...actually FI hasn't even STARTED packing hahahah!

my fun purchase today was walkie talkies so FI and check in with each other if we're off at different parts of the resort...i'll let you know how it worked when we get back!

have fun planning in the next three weeks - see y'all on the flip side wink.gif
Oh Neen- we did that too and it was probably the best thing we had because our phones didn't work down there

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I have a question about the menus-I wonder if it is possible to have a choice for your entree...most weddings that we go to you can pick from fish or steak...
Anyone have any ideas?
When I was in the beginning stages of planning my wedding at DT I emailed the coordinators about the option of having two entrees. Their response was that it would be impossible for them to do that. I thought it would be pretty easy because I could just put their choices on places cards and then give the resort a count of who wanted what but they were def. not up for that.
I wish that they would offer that though!

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Ok this may be a really silly question but we have selected the Ultimate package....during our one hour cocktail party with hors dâ€oeuvres/our actual reception do we have to worry about guests having to go to a bar for drinks? Or is this something that the staff would do? blush2.gif

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No-when I met with Natalia she said not to worry about that at all-she said that they would have plenty of waiters to get drinks for us. I even told her some of my guests were heavy drinkers and she assured me not to worrry about it

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Phew! Thanks Beth...do you know if there is an extra charge for the wait staff? I thought I read from Stephanie's compilation that there was an extra charge/person to have this during cocktail hour....or I may be totally out in the deep end and over thinking things HAHA

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Hi everyone,

 

I am getting the ultimate package and was wondering if flowers are included as part of the set up of the beach arbor. Does anyone know? I don't remember it being clealy stated in the wedding guide.

 

Also, I need an opinon on the colors I am thinking of using which are sky blue and espresso. I really love the combination but my FH thinks the espresso may be too dark for a beach wedding. Any ideas/suggestions?

 

Thanks!

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Hi All. I am planning my wedding for 2/23/09 and have been in contact with Anabel. I have lots of info- she seems to repond quick. So let me know if you have specific questions and I will try and get the answer for you.

 

The 2009 price for a Bonfire is $60.00.

If you ourchase a wedding package - Jennifer Barnett- the Spa Concierge will bump um your discount to 20 % off and let anyone of your guests have the same discount as long as you email her before you arrive.

 

Her email: spa4@dreamstulum.com.mx

 

Spa Services and Pricing are attached:

 

Flower Choices are attached:

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dreams wedding new2.pdf

Dreams wedding new1.pdf

DREAMS WEDDING PACKAGE FLOWERS.pdf

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Those two colors are amazing. I think if you went with a dark expresso fabric and tie that in it would be awesome. Sky Blue and Pink with Expresso is the newest trend out there! If you decide on buying fabric for the Arbor let you know how much to buy. much . I just ordered mine yesterday and it will be in on Monday. I got great deals at the following places:

 

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