| Originally Posted by echo2_62 |
marryinghimagain... thanks for all your comments that you've put up since you got home so recently!! I was thinking the other day that I really haven't spoken much with Jacy regarding specifics at all and was starting to get nervous about it but having read your comments I'm feeling a little better, like I have enough time still. I guess that I just get wrapped up in thinking I need to get everything taken care of right away as you would for a more traditional wedding.
Will you be posting pictures one of these days for us as well?? I'd be very excited to see how everything looked!! One more question... I've read a few comments that it was a little breezy out on the gazebo. Did you find that it was like this for your reception or was it not really noticeable?? Thanks!
I understand what you mean about feeling the need to have everything taken care of. I felt the same way. I am a control freak and also am organization obsessed...lol. So truly I know where you are coming from. Please be reassured that it is so unneccessary. Everything is handled so easily, quickly and efficiently to what YOU want. DH and I were so amazed that is was exactly what we wanted and more.
As far as the wind on the gazebo. It was windy...actually I noticed it mostly during our ceremony. In fact, the wind knocked over 2 of our sand ceremony vases and broke them.(Staff swooped in immediately and took care of it.) I did not wear a veil but it definitely would have whipped it around if I had.
During dinner, we only noticed it slightly. It actually was nice b/c it was so hot that I think it would have been unbearable otherwise. We ate dinner, danced, cut our cake...no problems. All our guests thought it was lovely. I would have dinner there again in a heartbeat. It just looked SO pretty with the chair bows, lanterns, flowers and table decorations. Other resort guests commented to us how pretty it looked from the beach.
One cute note....there is a bell in the ceiling of the gazebo. My nephew had a blast ringing it after the ceremony and during dinner.
Oh, and I will get some pics up as soon as i can.