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You are going to love Citlalli! She is so nice and so easy to work with. We gave her a list of pictures we wanted before hand, and she double checked it and noticed we forgot two shots so we did them during the dinner. She had an assistant with her on the wedding day, and at out TTD. The assistant at out TTD was her sister Tamara. I can't remember the other girl's name. I can't wait to see our pictures!!


We did the civil ceremony at the courthouse by our house. I know you have to do the blood test at the resort. There are a couple clinics onsite. I also know you have to get the paperwork translated. We didn't want to bother with all that so we did it at home. You sign a marriage certificate during the ceremony as a keepsake. Once you have your marriage license (ask fr a couple copies!) you have to apply for a new social security card first to change your name. You can download the form online and just need to send the form, marriage license and make a copy of your driver's license (the SS card is free). I got my new SS card in the mail while we were gone so I took that with my marriage license to the DMV to get my new license and ID, and then I went to change my bank info. I still need to change all my credit cards and bills, but at least the big stuff is done. I had to pay $25 for my license and ID, but my ID was expired. If it wasn't it would have cost $15.

Thanks for all the info!!! When you get your pics back from Claudia let me know if you are gonna post any, I would love to see them! Congrats on the wedding!!!

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Hi everyone! I was reading this thread and i was planning on using the resort photographer, but now you've all got me worrying!!! Where are you finding the pics from the resort that you used to decide on? Thanks for the help!!!

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Hi everyone! I was reading this thread and i was planning on using the resort photographer, but now you've all got me worrying!!! Where are you finding the pics from the resort that you used to decide on? Thanks for the help!!!
Here is the link to the thread of a very disatisfied bride (regarding photography). If you post in that thread with your email address requesting to see her pics, she'll gladly send them to you. That's what kind of pushed me to look elsewhere for a better photographer. Good luck!

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So I actually found a few brides on TripAdvisor too. Before I found this wonderful site!

I did a search on the Iberostar Lindo. From there I contacted a few brides and they sent me their pics. Here is the website of the resort photographer as well. I am not too impressed with what I have seen, but I would recommend to do a little research to decide for yourself. I might be going with a friend of a friend who is an up and coming photog and paying for her to come. But still deciding.

 

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www.fotocaribbean.com.mx

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So I went out tonight and bought a bunch of stuff for the tables for the wedding dinner. I got tall candles in my colors, chocolate brown and teal, and tealights, also shells and glass pebbles. I also found these great glass candle holders. It looks really nice. I am wondering if I should keep it all. Does anyone know if the resort does any type of decorating, or should I just bring it all with me? I went to Gordman's and found such great things! My fiance even liked it! I was surprised he didn't say, "what is all this?" :) Just thought I would share.

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So I went out tonight and bought a bunch of stuff for the tables for the wedding dinner. I got tall candles in my colors, chocolate brown and teal, and tealights, also shells and glass pebbles. I also found these great glass candle holders. It looks really nice. I am wondering if I should keep it all. Does anyone know if the resort does any type of decorating, or should I just bring it all with me? I went to Gordman's and found such great things! My fiance even liked it! I was surprised he didn't say, "what is all this?" :) Just thought I would share.
Hey! Congrats on your good finds! :) From what I understand, the Iberostar doesn't do much for reception area decorating other than a floral centrepiece at the head of the table. I've read many times (and I believe their pdf document says this too) that if you bring decorations, they will gladly set them up for you.

I hope this helps!!

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