The new Dreams Tulum thread! (Post all DT Qs&As here)
Posted 19 August 2008 - 08:28 PM
I finally got a concrete answer about getting the photographer for more hours! I got an answer back from Andrea, the same person who gave some info to sisterofthebrideerica.
They said they can offer 6 hours of coverage for 979$, including 80 photos (she did not specifically mention the CD, but I assume it is included because that's what I asked for). I will ask for confirmation about the CD being included, and also clarification if that price is the same no matter which wedding package you have (which obviously it shouldn't be, people with the higher packages should pay less for this package seeing as some photography is already included free)
Posted 19 August 2008 - 10:04 PM
i have been in contact with lizet and filled out all the documents she asked and i submitted it to her, we also spoke on the date that was available. she said as soon as i submitted the documents she would send the confirmation. its been over a 2 weeks should i be worried even though she said the date would be available for me i dont want to move forward with invites etc.
Posted 20 August 2008 - 02:22 PM
Posted 20 August 2008 - 04:24 PM
I just got this email from Lizette regarding places you can have an outside reception with music and not have to pay the $750 private event fee--I know ERnurse and I were really wanting to know and maybe others, too. (When she says mexican restaurant terrace I am assuming she means El Patio.)
If I have either the Ultimate or Dreams of Love Package, where can I have an outside reception and not be charged the $750 private event fee and still have music? The beach and the pool?
Yes you can have the dinner by the Beach and or at the pool terrace, or Mexican restaurant terrace.
Posted 20 August 2008 - 04:44 PM
As far as the bonfire goes Lizete just gave me a price of $50. I'm assuming that does not include any food or drinks. I may get stuff to make smores while we're there and then everyone can just get their drinks from the closest bar. I'm hoping giving one of the servers a really nice tip will get them to come out to the beach and bring the guests drinks.
Has anyone done a bonfire yet?
Posted 20 August 2008 - 05:07 PM
50$ to set-up a bonfire sounds pretty cheap to me! I mean there is not only the fire but also chairs or logs (to sit on) to set-up.
And I agree that you should totally just bring your own snacks and have your guests go to the bar (the pool bar next to seaside grill or the Sugar reef bar on the other side of the pools - so whever you are on the beach there is a bar within 1 minute walk). Don't forget to bring some sort of pokey stick thing for the marshmellows!
Posted 20 August 2008 - 05:19 PM
See her review here. she talks about the bonfire at the end:
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