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Hi ladies,

 

Since reading my review and through discussion on this thread, many of you have taking my wedding set-up, newletter, and other things and have used them for your own wedding (either as inspiration for your own ideas, or doing exactly the same thing). I am more than happy to have helped you out in this way, as it is part of the purpose of the forum.

 

However when it comes to reviews, that is where I feel a bit differently. If you really enjoyed my review and want to write one equally as good, I am fine if you copy the organizational style of my review, however it makes me a bit uncomfortable to have somebody use my review and simply change the parts that are different, leaving many sentences, and in fact entire paragraphs unchanged. The way I felt about my wedding day was a very personal thing, so it seems strange to read that somebody has used my words as their own.

 

So if you do want to do a review similar to mine, I would suggest copying all the headings, but then erase all the content and start from scratch so that you are writing about your own experiences and feelings.

 

I have talked to the Jodylynn007 about this, but I just wanted to mention it here because I wouldn't want it to start a trend of people doing the same thing.

 

I know we are all just trying to help each other out and that nobody has bad intentions, but I just wanted to make my feelings clear on this matter.

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Hey Ladies,

I was just wondering if anyone is planning a rehearsal dinner outside of the resort? If so, any suggestions on where to go, what to do? We were planning a dinner and bonfire but the bonfire idea is out now. My soon to be sister in law thinks it would be great to get people off the resort. Any one doing a sunset cruise? I guess I need some fresh ideas. Let me know! thanks for the help.

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Thank you for the info, I just emailed them. Hope this works out, I'm sick of trying to figure it out. I need to check one more thing off my list of to do's!

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Hey girls,

 

I am having a symbolic ceremony, and getting married at the courthouse at home before I go to RM. I know that Dreams allows you to bring your own minister if you like, but I was wondering if the person performing the ceremony has to be a minister? For instance, I have a girlfriend who is responsible for FH and I meeting, and I would love her to be able to perform the ceremony, however she is not a minister. She doesn't want to go through the hassle of paying to do it online. Does anyone know how this works?

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Hey girls,

I am having a symbolic ceremony, and getting married at the courthouse at home before I go to RM. I know that Dreams allows you to bring your own minister if you like, but I was wondering if the person performing the ceremony has to be a minister? For instance, I have a girlfriend who is responsible for FH and I meeting, and I would love her to be able to perform the ceremony, however she is not a minister. She doesn't want to go through the hassle of paying to do it online. Does anyone know how this works?
If it's a symbolic ceremony, there aren't really any rules since it's a not a real legal ceremony. So anybody can perform the ceremony.

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We are leaving New Jersey on Saturday 11/22, will arrive at Tulum probably close to midnight. Would love to meet between 4/5 on Wednesday for a drink. Will not stay too long tough, because my mom and cousins arrive on that day from Argentina. But it would be nice to meet and get together for a chat. May be we could decide on a time and place to meet?

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I think it would be fun to meet up for a drink (maybe happy hour 4 or 5 pm on Wednesday 11/26??) I think Bonita (Sandra), Can't Wait (Karla) and myself for sure will be there ... Amy706 - will you be there yet and sisterofthebrideerica (Lisa) will you still be there then??
We are leaving New Jersey on Saturday 11/22, will arrive at Tulum probably close to midnight. Would love to meet between 4/5 on Wednesday for a drink. Will not stay too long tough, because my mom and cousins arrive on that day from Argentina. But it would be nice to meet and get together for a chat. May be we could decide on a time and place to meet?

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