| Originally Posted by Tifuhhknee |
I have a question that everyone here may answer much faster than Sandra... she said the ceremony comes with 10 chairs and it is $5 for each one after that. I paid a $100 deposit to hold my date, do they let you use that toward something when you get there (say, a bunch more chairs?) haha.
And seriously, she has to "check with the other brides that day and see if they will move their time" for me to have it later than 3:00 for April 2011. Boy oh boy. I will not get stressed though, that's forever away. I just hope she didn't put me for the wrong year.
I'm pretty sure we were able to use the deposit towards "extra" things. Just make sure to ask for it when you are sitting with Sandra when she does her calculations or else they won't consider it. When we met with Sandra to go over wedding details she did all the calculations in pesos. You don't have to pay at that point, you just have to pay at some point before your wedding. Before we paid, DH and I went back to our room with our list of charges and we made sure to convert pesos to dollars to make sure we weren't getting overcharged for anything.
You already have another bride on the same day for 2011? Wow...don't let it stress you, there was another wedding on my day and I didn't really notice!!
| Originally Posted by Rainfall |
Im looking at your pictures again and i forgot how beautiful you look!
I noticed that you had the mexican band that probably came with the ultimate package that you got. (Im going with the same thing).
Im wondering if they play the music for the entire ceremony, meaning the prelude, prcessoional and recessional? Did you have the option or you just chose your own? cause i remember you said that they had played the wrong order of the songs.
If anyone has any info much appreciated!
I leave in 1 week! AHH
The Mariachi band came out during the recessional. We did a champagne toast at the gazebo after the ceremony and then they band followed us and our guests to the Barracuda bar for our cocktail hour (there is a picture the band, DH and I, and our guests in a line marching from the gazebo to the bar...I don't know how we ended up in a single file line but it's pretty funny!). They played throughout our cocktail hour.