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#4981 dee dreams

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    Posted 09 August 2012 - 02:10 PM

    Yea exactly lol and no I havn't heard of that .. What is it that ? And I'm just having a hard time cuz there's like 9 young people and the rest older so I don't know if I will do a dance or just all us young people go to the disco , I wanted a bonfire but they don't do that anymore and any other entertainment get very costly and I'm trying not to spend much on extras :s

    #4982 jennybober

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      Posted 09 August 2012 - 02:40 PM

      I am totally with you girls on the same topic about the DJ. I am also having around 25 people and we do like to dance but I am struggling if its worth it for 3 hours. I think having the ipod is a good idea but I don't want it to be lame either! Oh decisons, decisions!!

      #4983 Tulumbride2013

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        Posted 09 August 2012 - 03:41 PM

        When I asked about the Bon fire, Landy said they don't do them, but a tequila tasting is a nice option. It's 15$ per person, and includes like 10 or 15 tequilas, and snacks..it takes place up stairs from the coffee shop area. I wanna do this! I think what I'm going to do is out something in my welcome letter"RSVP to maid of honor if you want to participate". I have a lot of family that doesn't drink tequila and grandparents, so I won't have to pay for the people that don't go. I can email you the attachment if you like:) I think we're getting the DJ...sigh... Looked into some bands and they are all very expensive. Im not paying for a three hour reception and decorating it to have ppl go off to the disco halfway through.

        #4984 Kaci Hemiller

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          Posted 09 August 2012 - 07:09 PM

          i also agree with how much many of the set up items cost, I as well am struggling on whether to have a DJ-we are expecting around 50 ppl and to choose a reception area I htink we are just going to do the buffet at the World Cafe then can section you off an area and its no charge otherwise it would cost us around 3000 just for ppl to eat-we also will be having a reception/dance when we get home. but when i emailed landy she said the disco hall was going to be down the month of feb-so is there any other options to go and dance?

          #4985 Tulumbride2013

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            Posted 10 August 2012 - 05:09 AM

            I am not aware of any other places to go and dance, At least on the reosrt. They always have music playing at the bars though. I stayed on this resort a couple years ago. I think thats pretty lame that they are taking your one option away though! I've been a bride zilla lately... I would demand a discount on something... A dancehall, their vendor fee.... Something! It's Mexico, they might be down to bargain!

            #4986 Tulumbride2013

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              Posted 10 August 2012 - 10:05 AM

              Can anyone tell me the size of the round tables used for the receptions(as in length)? I'm trying to get linens for them. The wedding coordinator is confused by that question I think. First she told me 1.8cm, then she told me 3.6cm... Can anyone decode this?

              #4987 April2013

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                Posted 15 August 2012 - 08:26 PM

                Hi Everyone!


                We will be getting married at Dreams Tulum on April 20th,2013!


                I've been reading many of the comments on this thread. Thanks to everyone since all of them have been very useful!


                Before I start looking for outside vendors...I was wondering if someone could help me understand how do the outside vendor fees apply in the case of vendors that work with a team? From what I've been reading, photographers usually work with an assistant and I would assume that hiring a DJ implies hiring a team of at least 2 or 3 people because of the lighting and audio setup.

                Do you know if there would be a fee for each of the members of the team?



                #4988 April2013

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                  Posted 15 August 2012 - 08:30 PM



                  When I asked about the dimensions this is what I got: Round Tables: 3,60 Length/ 1,80 cm Width/ 80 com high.


                  I hope this helps!

                  #4989 BeaBride

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                  Posted 16 August 2012 - 08:24 AM



                  As far as I know, you pay the vendor fee per person.  I have an oustide DJ (one person only) so I will have to pay vendor fee of $120 I believe.  Hope that helps.

                  #4990 Tulumbride2013

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                    Posted 16 August 2012 - 02:24 PM

                    April, So do you think that is 3,60 Feet? Cause she specifically told me cm... Im thinking...3.6 cm is not long enough for anyone to sit at, even 3.6 feet is rather small for 8ppl! I think the DJ will just be one person, so 120 bucks. Even though it's a lot of equipment it will still oly be one guy, but I think you'll also have to purchase a day pass for him

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