| Originally Posted by Cheri |
I just went through your planning thread--nicely done!! I have to ask you where you got your cake topper. Hilarious!! I may copy your letter you sent out a month prior if you don't mind!
The new Dreams Tulum thread! (Post all DT Qs&As here)
Posted 09 January 2010 - 09:52 AM
Posted 09 January 2010 - 10:05 AM
| Originally Posted by Mccrary |
I hope we are all just looking into this a bit much. HOPE.
I have a travel agent who is following up with the $20 menu for me I am also emailing the resort to see if I will get the same response as the TA will receive on the menu.
If this isnt happen ($20 menu) I also do not want to spend the extra money on additional pp 112 is alot to spend pp. Has anyone thought of having a dinner in one of the restaurants than having a private event for 3 hours? I know it takes away from the reception but it has crossed my mind? Anyone else having the same feelings?
While I was there, we did see a "free option" reception at the World Cafe. There were about 30 pp in the party and they had 4 long tables set up in a square for them and the cake set up next to it, etc. I think it would definitely be something for people to look in to esp. since it sounds like they have cut out the $20pp restaurant menu option.
Posted 09 January 2010 - 03:52 PM
I asked Aurora about this yesterday (I asked her about the free package and paying for the $750 private reception fee and then $20 per person for ordering off Seaside Grill menu) and she got back to me today and she said:
"If you get the Wedding In Paradise is necessary to pay $750 usd+tax for private event and $35 usd+tax+service for set menu Seaside Grill subject availability and is possible to get it if you have 40 or more people.
Thanks Amy. I think that they have been overwhelmed by all of us asking about the $20 dinner option...and since the 2010 planner doesn't really "say" that you have only the silver and gold dinner options for a reception, they are coimg up with a plan b.
I was wondering if any of the 2009 brides had a copy of the 2008--2009 planner...i would like to compare the verbiage and see if anything is really different. Every time i click on one of the links for the 2009 planner, it brings me to the BDW homepage.
Posted 09 January 2010 - 04:25 PM
Posted 09 January 2010 - 04:30 PM
| Originally Posted by crazyldy |
Wow butterflyf369 I am super nervous about this dinner option because we don't have that kind of money for 65 extra a person and i am getting married 5 days after you. We are not bringing the extra money down with us because I am counting on the 20 dollar a person menu. It is just over 2 weeks away and I am still having people get tickets and all I keep thinking is $$$$
Aurora also mentioned in her email that if I wanted the $20 menu I would have to have an indoor reception at the Italian restaurant. It's a really nice restaurant so it's something you should consider. My girlfriend had her reception in the wine cellar of the Italian restaurant and it was lovely. She only had about 25 people so not sure if it's an option for you.
Posted 09 January 2010 - 05:27 PM
| Originally Posted by taranyc |
Hi. If anyone does have the 2009 wedding planner guide, can you please email it to me at email@example.com?
Posted 10 January 2010 - 12:27 PM
| Originally Posted by Cheri |
........Lounge furniture?? I don't know anything about that. What's going on there?
I had seen some lounge furniture from EW Cancun and really liked the look it gave the beach/reception area. I asked Natalia which I guess is my WC (used to be Aurora-not sure what happened there, but what it is) to make sure they where ok with EW Cancun as a vendor, seeing as everything is changing with what is allowed/changed and what isn't for 2010, etc.... and she said they could do the lounge furniture. Of course she didn't quote me a price, but she sent 2 pics. I can't send them to you bc they are in a different format (or I wd post them here). I will try again when I get back to my PC at home. If you are interested, I am sure she will email you the pics.
Posted 10 January 2010 - 06:56 PM
I am a Noob and am trying to catch up and review all the information provided. (Thank you to all that have posted information on here, it is certainly valuable information). My fiance and I have stayed in Dreams resorts and since we need a kid-friendly resort, we decided to have our wedding at Dreams. I have a question to all Dreams Tulum brides:
Did you perform a site visit prior to deciding on this resort?
What made you choose this resort over Dreams Riviera Cancun?
Are you planning on providing transportation to your guests from the Airport to the resort?
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