The new Dreams Tulum thread! (Post all DT Qs&As here)
Posted 17 May 2013 - 08:12 AM
Posted 17 May 2013 - 02:53 PM
Originally Posted by Tulumbride2013
Hi ladies! I've just returned from dreams Tulum for our wedding. Overall it was really great with some bumps in the road. I'll be posting a review soon. In the mean time if anyone has any questions I'll be glad to help!
looking forward to your review!!!
Posted 19 May 2013 - 06:02 AM
Just posted it:) it may take some time for it to be viewable if it gets reviewed by moderation. If there is anything I can help with let me know. Everyone was so helpful to me before my wedding so I would love to return the favor to you future dreams tulum brides! Ill be adding pics as well
Posted 20 May 2013 - 05:37 AM
well it made me a little nervous since I already planned my wedding and cannot decide to not have my wedding there but I will just focus on staying positive at this point : ) ...If they lose my veil I will be floored considering it's cathedral length so I think I'm ok there. I feel terrible for you though since I know how much time/thought/energy/expense goes into picking out what you wear the day of. I am nervous about the menu part though because I spent a lot of money on them....and food is a big deal for me. We had bad food the last time we stayed at an all inclusive (grand palladium) so we chose this place because it was an American owned resort and hoped the food might be a little better....ugh... oh well.
We are planning on keeping the reception no-frills...classy, simple, and elegant. Were the dinner centerpieces nice? They are not cheap so I was hoping they could stand-alone and look ok.
Also, we are debating about attending our own cocktail hour so there would be an hour wait before it started while were getting our pictures done. My best friend convinced me I should do this since she said were in mexico people can grab a free drink and wait a little bit, not a big deal. Any thoughts?
Posted 20 May 2013 - 02:04 PM
Posted 20 May 2013 - 04:02 PM
you can see the size of the bowls in this picture.they shells on the outside are the ones i provided and they were intended for much larger bowls. overall the setting is pretty tho.
this picture is what my centerpeices would have looked like with my bowls. maybe you can see the size comparision in relation to the piece of coral to the bowl
Posted 21 May 2013 - 04:33 AM
Your pictures look very nice! Were only using the resort photographer, which makes me extremely nervous but we had a really nice engagement session so that eased my fears and one of our guests is a great photographer.
Were doing our reception in the convention center so I think we will be ok with the menu situation. I was just going to buy the dinner flower/candle centerpieces and am not bringing anything else besides menus, wine stoppers, and name cards....those are definitely really small so I hope the flower centerpieces are a little bigger for $60 a piece!
Were also doing the ultimate package but wedding in chapel, cocktail hour in lobby terrace, and reception in ballroom. We were thinking of having an outside vendor do the music for the chapel and the trio come for the reception and just not do any music on the lobby terrace....because its outside and we will hear the sounds around us....hoping that works out ok.
What was the after-party music like? (was thinking we would move locations after the reception) Did they have bars that were open, and any beach parties?
Posted 21 May 2013 - 05:16 AM
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