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Hey Joanna---since we are both in New Jersey would might be able to just switch things off. Are you planning on any starfish for the back of the chairs or anything like that? I am still brainstorming since I have a little time.
Not really. I'll probably keep it simple. Your wedding is closer than mine though.

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I was just checking to see if anyone was getting married around June 23,2009 that would want to split a photog? I am not sure who I want but loved photos from Jean-Marcus Strole and Sol Tamargo from del sol. PM me so we can talk about it.

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LOL Blkats...I'm walking down the aisle to the same song!!!! It's my fiancees favourite song!!!!
Teesha are you getting excited!!! I am going through so many emotions now it's crazy!!! Can't wait to meet you at the airport!

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The "Apostille" is simply a fancy word for "certified" or stamped by an official government...if you have a certified copy of your birth certificate from your local county office, then this is perfectly fine for what they need.

As far as needing divorce decree's (if you have been previosly married), then the wedding coordinators are looking for name changes...basically, if you changed your name from your "given" name to something else, then there is more paperwork involved; but if your name is still the same as your birth certificate, then that is all you need (well, you'll also need your traveler card (which is given at the airport) and your passport.

I had Landy with us and she just needed our passport and traveler card to make a photo-copy of and didn't even look at our birth certificates or divorce decree's b/c neither of our names were ever changed...so it I feel ya about bein' stressed out, but once you're down there, everything will be OK! :-)

I hope this helped :-)
BIG HELP!! Thank you! Its good to hear someone elses experience :) Landy emailed my DW planner back today with the same assurance. Looks like my panick attack was totally unnecessary! Glad thats over.

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A couple of last minute questions:

 

1. are the wedding coordinators in charge of playing the music for my BM's and myself as we walk down the aisle? I don't want to have one of my guests do it.

 

2. There is no charge for a rehearsal correct?

 

3. I have read the order of ceremony on page one, my FI and I have written our own vows but, will they still use something standard for us when we exchange the rings?

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A couple of last minute questions:

1. are the wedding coordinators in charge of playing the music for my BM's and myself as we walk down the aisle? I don't want to have one of my guests do it.
I have the same question!
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A couple of last minute questions:

1. are the wedding coordinators in charge of playing the music for my BM's and myself as we walk down the aisle? I don't want to have one of my guests do it.

2. There is no charge for a rehearsal correct?

3. I have read the order of ceremony on page one, my FI and I have written our own vows but, will they still use something standard for us when we exchange the rings?
1) The resort provides somebody to play the music

2) don't think so but maybe somebody else can confirm

3) you should specify to them how you want to fit in your vows/ring. In my case, we said the "i do" parts of the civil ceremony, and then we said our own vows while exchanging our rings.

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A couple of last minute questions:

1. are the wedding coordinators in charge of playing the music for my BM's and myself as we walk down the aisle? I don't want to have one of my guests do it.

2. There is no charge for a rehearsal correct?

3. I have read the order of ceremony on page one, my FI and I have written our own vows but, will they still use something standard for us when we exchange the rings?
1. Yes, as Sunbride said, they have someone in control of the music

2. Rehearsal ceremony - no ...but keep on them b/c she asked when I wanted mine, I said Monday (wedding on Tues) and we never had one...so I was nutz about what to do, how fast to walk, etc!

3. We wrote our own vows too, but "Mexican Law" prevails and you have to listen to her read the document...then you can say your own vows (I chose to take away the microphone at this point b/c I wanted it to be more intimate and be between him and me...it wasn't for everyone to hear)...so to better answer your question: you have to listen to the judge read the marriage license (no reading out of the bible like a traditional wedding) document, but you add your own vows (or sand ceremony) in there too! :-)

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