Matt, those first few pictures look really familiar.....
The pool reception areas are sheltered by a few palm trees - that's pretty much it. The beach reception area has a few palm trees as well, but it's a bit more open. We got lucky and there was next to no wind on the night we got married - but there were other nights that would have been challenging.
We walked down the aisle to "Yellow" by Coldplay, but it was done by the Vitamin String Quartet. They have a huge catalogue of songs to chose from, all pop or rock songs but done to strings. We turned it into a big of a supper game - who can guess the song? The husband picked all the music we played over supper and is one of the few that can say he got Metallica, Gun s Roses, etc played at his wedding. All to strings and the parents were none the wiser (they just thought it was lovely instrumnetal music), but the boys thought it was awesome.
As for the food - here's a hint. We had the Dreams of Love package, but did not have to stick to the Dreams of Love menu. We ordered off the Ultimate menu (oh the filet was so good). We did not have to pay extra for this - but if we went over the 20 people, we would have had to pay the ultimate price for each extra person (which was about $10 more than the Dreams of Love price per person). And yes - the tres leche cake is pretty darn good. Highly recommended.
We just brought menus, paper lanterns and white fabric for the arch. I had the resort do centrepieces to match my bouquet. I think you can see them in the slideshow attached to my resort review.