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Here are some of our pro pics from our wedding at DT in February. We hired Citlalli Rico to do the ceremony and cocktail hour and then she came back the next day to do a TTD session. We are absolutely thrilled with the pics...she was so sweet and did a fantastic job! We really enjoyed working with her...it was a blast, especially the TTD session. Here is a link to some pics...

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Lulu,
Your wedding pics are gorgeous! The photographer did a wonderful job :) My DH fell in love with this resort when I showed it to him. He likes how secluded it is from other hotels. This resort is on my top list of places to stay. Congrats!

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Does anyone know for the Gold menu if it is actually MALTED butter for the Surf and turf or if it was just a typo and should actually read MELTED butter?

 

I am having my menus printed but haven't heard back from Anabel to confirm.

 

Thanks!

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Does anyone know for the Gold menu if it is actually MALTED butter for the Surf and turf or if it was just a typo and should actually read MELTED butter?

I am having my menus printed but haven't heard back from Anabel to confirm.

Thanks!
Hey - I was questioning the same thing, so I googled it. According to google, there's no such thing as Malted Butter. I asked my mom about it too (who I always assume knows everything about everything) and she said it's definitely supposed to be Melted.

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Thanks MajikDreams. We googled it too and didn't find anything but just thought I would double check! If I hear a confirmation from Anabel I'll let you know!

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Your wedding was sooo beautiful! I loved the gazebo! I can't believe they wanted to charge all of that for the speakers!! I have 19 guests for my wedding but I want to make sure everyone can hear us during our vows and for the reception I want it to be a fun time where people can hear the music so I'm not sure if I should just get a dj?? for all of that money we would be giving it to Dreams and I feel they are just adding fees on to everything!!! So I was just wondering what you girls think??

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I must say Ladies.. I am utterly amazed at the weddings you have had. It makes me sooo much more excited and reassured that I made the right decision with Dreams!!

 

 

I am a bit of a stickler for detail and am PLEASED to see how well they worked with (most) of you in planning your wedding!!

 

We want a summer wedding in Mexico due to our time frame here but I am too scared to risk the hurricane season. haha. ITS MY LUCK, TRUST ME!~ I am thinking EARLY EARLY November 2010. I want a BEACH reception but the ceremony is still up in the air. Its either beach or the chapel which I hear is small and hot but its OH SO BEAUTIFUL. I can guestimate that we will have approx 50+ ppl attending. Its more than I want, trust me but we have big familes and a lot of friends. (((If I had it my way, we would have like 25 ppl))) In that case we cant have the chapel but I like to explore my options.

 

 

Anyway, I wanted to thank you for all your feedback and ideas. Its great being able to see HONEST feedback vs. a vendors feedback.

 

*****Question on PAST NOVEMBER WEDDINGS: Was the weather nice?? I was in Cancun for New Years one year and the weather was horrrrrrrible. I was curious to see if anyone was effected by the end of the "rainy season" (( I apolgize if someone posted this but frankly I cant sit through 130 diff pages hahah to research)) I would like to have my wedding on the 30th of Oct actually.. so OCT feedback will be much appreciated as well.

 

Have a swell day Ladies.

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Alright, so is it completely normal from being SUPER excited about everything one day and the next day start freaking out a bit! Yesterday I was excited because things are coming along and then today kind of freaked out trying to schedule bridal showers and bachelorette parties. I just received another invitation today for another bachelorette party and wedding... needless to say that I already have 3 showers, 2 bachelorette parties, and 2 weddings not even including mine in the next 3 months. Sorry to vent but it just all hit me today that time is ticking away and all of the free weekends to work on things are getting booked up really fast!

Did other people start to get a little stressed with things and time going way too fast?

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Well, we have 5 weeks to go and the answer is yes, I am very stressed out! Landy and I are going back and worth with bouquets (finally decided on rachelandmartins) and also the location for the welcome dinner. I feel like I have so much to do and not enough time!

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