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Hi Everyone!

 

I am hoping to be a Cabo bride also... no exact date set yet but sometime in early 2010.

 

Username: kelvu

Name: kelley

Location: somewhere in cabo :)

Date: Jan or May 2010

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Getting married at Sheraton Hacienda del Mar on June 13, 2009! So excited!
yay another sheraton bride! how are you finding the planning process with the sheraton? :)

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yay another sheraton bride! how are you finding the planning process with the sheraton? :)
First, I love your engagement picture!

As far as the Sheraton, at first I thought Viviana was very nice and prompt. After a few weeks I could not handle waiting for answers (mainly because she went on vacation for a month) and I read about how much it stinks for the location to have 2 weddings on the same day and sharing the hotel wedding coordinator so...I busted my budget and hired a wedding planner. I am using April from Baja Weddings and she is great. She has done tons of weddings at the Sheraton and has nothing but good things to say about them. I also have a friend whos family has been staying at the Sheraton every summer for the past 5 years and she says the weddings are beautiful. Your wedding is months before mine so I will be anxious to read your review. Are you doing the bonfire and smores on the beach?

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Hi Ladies! I am a CABO bride too:) We are getting married at Cabo Azul on August 8th, 2009! SO excited!

 

Is anyone else getting married there?

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We are getting married at Dreams Resort in Cabo May 19th 2008 looking for advice for photographers and dj's etc.

Hey There!
I am getting married at Dreams, too, but on May 28th.
We are going to be at the resort May 18th though, so maybe I'll see you there!
How is everything going so far with your planning?
Are you getting married on the beach or at the gazebo?
I haven't yet looked into a DJ, but I booked Juan Carlos Tapia for photography.
Let me know if there's anything I can help with!

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First, I love your engagement picture!

As far as the Sheraton, at first I thought Viviana was very nice and prompt. After a few weeks I could not handle waiting for answers (mainly because she went on vacation for a month) and I read about how much it stinks for the location to have 2 weddings on the same day and sharing the hotel wedding coordinator so...I busted my budget and hired a wedding planner. I am using April from Baja Weddings and she is great. She has done tons of weddings at the Sheraton and has nothing but good things to say about them. I also have a friend whos family has been staying at the Sheraton every summer for the past 5 years and she says the weddings are beautiful. Your wedding is months before mine so I will be anxious to read your review. Are you doing the bonfire and smores on the beach?
thanks about the picture!

we hired a planner, too (Katie from Weddings in Paradise) for the same reasons you did. we've gotten so much further with an outside planner - the sheraton has worked with her before so they have good communication! yes, we're doing the bonfire but no, we're not doing s'mores. i wanted s'mores, but we're having cake and dessert during the reception, and i thought they would probably go to waste! i can't wait!! ours is almost here, and i'll totally keep you posted on how it turns out! :)

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We are! Hopefully in Nov 09.

 

Me and Scott

At Dreams (possibly)

Nov 6 or 7th?

Everything is up in the air and I'm still open to changes

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