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#1361 Mixie23

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    Posted 04 February 2009 - 02:01 PM

    I've searched around a bit, but haven't been able to find a "real" answer yet. Does anyone know if you can visit the florists shop that provides the flowers for the weddings at Dreams Tulum? I'm not wild about the things in the guide, and I know some people have been disappointed with the interpretation of the pictures they have brought with them so I was wondering if you could go to the shop and meet with them personally. Also, does anyone know how you find out what flowers are readily available in June in Mexico Everything I have found so far is for the US or the UK. I know orchids are ridiculous, so I have already ruled those out, but it would be nice to know what blooms are typically available and in what colors. Anyone have any advice on this one?

    #1362 jerzygirl85

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      Posted 04 February 2009 - 05:01 PM

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      Originally Posted by Lindz
      Does anyone know if they do the same activities week after week? Meaning, Mondays are beach bbq night, tuesday fire dancers, wed...(you get the idea, and Im running out of examples..haha!) If I could figure that out it would be really helpful when planning out the week. We are getting married on a Tuesday, our rehearsal is on Monday night and I was just wondering what activities we may have to work with. Thanks everyone!!
      When i went to the resort (about 3 years ago) they had the same activities weekly. I don't think that has changed since i've noticed other resorts doing the same thing.
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      #1363 jerzygirl85

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        Posted 04 February 2009 - 05:05 PM

        Has anyone had the tres leches cake as their wedding cake? I know that type of cake is really moist and is usually very liquidy at the bottom. I am wondering how it would hold up as a tiered cake. Is it firm enough not to fall apart or start leaning to one side...idk

        hey i just noticed that i'm a junior member now! woohhoo!!

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        #1364 Dee83

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          Posted 04 February 2009 - 06:30 PM

          hey
          does anyone know if the $750USD is charged to have a reception on the beach, or is it just for booking one of the restaurants?

          #1365 Blkatz

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            Posted 04 February 2009 - 06:39 PM

            it is not for the beach. It is for a restaurant or another private location

            #1366 WisconsinBride

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              Posted 04 February 2009 - 07:18 PM

              I'm going to throw out there a few more questions that I keep wondering about.
              Has anyone used the Mexican Trio? and when did you have them play?
              Can the ceremony be done in English by the judge? Or does someone have to translate?
              The only documents needed for a civil ceremony are your passport, birth certificate and the tourist card
              Do the safes in the room work ok?
              Do you have to pay for the judge's transportation? About how much was it?
              Can you use an MP3 player to play music for the ceremony on the beach?

              Sorry I had more than I thought. Thanks ladies. Sounds like everyone has had a great time so far. I'm getting so excited!!

              #1367 BC Bride2be

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                Posted 04 February 2009 - 08:20 PM

                We didn't use the mariachi band but there was another bride the day before our wedding that used them during her cocktail hour.. they were amazing.

                The judge we had did not speak eng and Landy translated, not sure you have a choice on this one if you asking the resort to provide the judge. The total cost for the judge was $50US

                You only need your Passport and tourist card, your bc is not needed.

                The safes work, no one from our group had problems with them

                You will need to rent the sound system if your ceremony is on the beach otherwise it will be hard to hear the music/vows. You can just give your ipod to Landy, just show her your playlists and you'll be good to go.


                Quote:
                Originally Posted by WisconsinBride
                I'm going to throw out there a few more questions that I keep wondering about.
                Has anyone used the Mexican Trio? and when did you have them play?
                Can the ceremony be done in English by the judge? Or does someone have to translate?
                The only documents needed for a civil ceremony are your passport, birth certificate and the tourist card
                Do the safes in the room work ok?
                Do you have to pay for the judge's transportation? About how much was it?
                Can you use an MP3 player to play music for the ceremony on the beach?

                Sorry I had more than I thought. Thanks ladies. Sounds like everyone has had a great time so far. I'm getting so excited!!


                #1368 BC Bride2be

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                  Posted 04 February 2009 - 08:20 PM

                  We didn't use the mariachi band but there was another bride the day before our wedding that used them during her cocktail hour.. they were amazing.

                  The judge we had did not speak eng and Landy translated, not sure you have a choice on this one if you asking the resort to provide the judge. The total cost for the judge was $50US

                  You only need your Passport and tourist card, your bc is not needed.

                  The safes work, no one from our group had problems with them

                  You will need to rent the sound system if your ceremony is on the beach otherwise it will be hard to hear the music/vows. You can just give your ipod to Landy, just show her your playlists and you'll be good to go.


                  Quote:
                  Originally Posted by WisconsinBride
                  I'm going to throw out there a few more questions that I keep wondering about.
                  Has anyone used the Mexican Trio? and when did you have them play?
                  Can the ceremony be done in English by the judge? Or does someone have to translate?
                  The only documents needed for a civil ceremony are your passport, birth certificate and the tourist card
                  Do the safes in the room work ok?
                  Do you have to pay for the judge's transportation? About how much was it?
                  Can you use an MP3 player to play music for the ceremony on the beach?

                  Sorry I had more than I thought. Thanks ladies. Sounds like everyone has had a great time so far. I'm getting so excited!!


                  #1369 WisconsinBride

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                    Posted 05 February 2009 - 12:59 AM

                    Thanks BCBride.

                    #1370 Denise L

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                      Posted 05 February 2009 - 10:28 AM

                      I too have a few questions as it gets closer!!! Just wondering what the order of the ceremony was. I would like to make programs and would like to include the items of the ceremony but am not too sure what the order is. If any past brides have a program that I could look at that would be great!!!




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