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Originally Posted by k032379 View Post

 

MsBlissMpls

 

It looks like you had someone from you party officiate.  I wanted to have that done but have not heard by from N as to if it was possible or not.  Did you have a symbolic or legal ceremony?  I just didn't know if it was possible when having a legal ceremony.

 

 

Thanks in advance

K

We did a symbolic ceremony in Mexico and did the legal paperwork back home afterwards. You will need to use a judge or minister from Mexico to have a legal ceremony in Mexico. We followed the more traditional Mexican wedding format where they have 2 weddings, 1 symbolic (which is the most important) and the 2nd which is legal (and just the paperwork). - Of course it's all a matte of preference, and what you are comfortable with. We wouldn't have done it any other way :)

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Hello Ladies, 

 

I had a question for those of you who have used an outside vendor for your photography services.

 

How did you use the in-house photography service that was included in there silver / gold wedding packages?

 

Thanks so Much!

 

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For those of you who used Adrian Herrera how was the communication before your wedding? Did you speak on phone? If so was he easy to understand? Did you communicate through email only?

 

If you used Juan Navarro how was the communication before your wedding? did you speak on phone? If so was he easy to understand? Or through email only?

 

Thanks

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We hired Sara Herrera from Victor Herrera Photography, our wedding is in November and so far we are very pleased with the communication from them.  We have only corresponded through e-mail and always have gotten a response in a day or so, if only the resort was that easy.
 

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Originally Posted by Amanda Gardner View Post

 

For those of you who used Adrian Herrera how was the communication before your wedding? Did you speak on phone? If so was he easy to understand? Did you communicate through email only?

 

If you used Juan Navarro how was the communication before your wedding? did you speak on phone? If so was he easy to understand? Or through email only?

 

Thanks

I have not had easy communication with Juan Navarro. Sometimes it can take 7 days to hear a response. Meanwhile the Herrera's email back the same day. But this has only been my experience so I don't know if that's how it is for everyone else.

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Originally Posted by MsBlissMpls View Post

 

We did a symbolic ceremony in Mexico and did the legal paperwork back home afterwards. You will need to use a judge or minister from Mexico to have a legal ceremony in Mexico. We followed the more traditional Mexican wedding format where they have 2 weddings, 1 symbolic (which is the most important) and the 2nd which is legal (and just the paperwork). - Of course it's all a matte of preference, and what you are comfortable with. We wouldn't have done it any other way :)

You did legal paperwork after getting back home? We thought about doing that, but I think we will do legal part before we leave, maybe a week or two before we go to Mexico.

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Originally Posted by Amanda Gardner View Post

 

For those of you who used Adrian Herrera how was the communication before your wedding? Did you speak on phone? If so was he easy to understand? Did you communicate through email only?

 

If you used Juan Navarro how was the communication before your wedding? did you speak on phone? If so was he easy to understand? Or through email only?

 

Thanks

We have hired Adrian Herrerra for our wedding in May 2013. I've been communicating with Hiram in their office and he has been a dream to work with so far! He's very responsive (no more than 1 day to reply to an email-usually the same day) and personable. I've been emailing him for the past month with MANY questions and he has been very patient and accommodating with me.

 

Lynn

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Originally Posted by Jass7 View Post

 

You did legal paperwork after getting back home? We thought about doing that, but I think we will do legal part before we leave, maybe a week or two before we go to Mexico.

Yes, we were going to do it ahead of time but time ran out because we were so busy before Mexico. We had the marriage license already so all we needed was a 5-10 minute meeting to sign the papers with our witnesses.

 

We didn't realize this ahead of time but it was cool to do it after wards (for us), the paperwork signing felt like an extention of our Mexico celebration instead of having our Mexico wedding be a symbol of our courthouse paper signing. It's all subjective.  

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Originally Posted by Amanda Gardner View Post

 

For those of you who used Adrian Herrera how was the communication before your wedding? Did you speak on phone? If so was he easy to understand? Did you communicate through email only?

 

If you used Juan Navarro how was the communication before your wedding? did you speak on phone? If so was he easy to understand? Or through email only?

 

Thanks

We used Adrian Herrea and Hiram (from their office) has been amazing to work with. Just recently Victor has also been helping to answer my post-production questions. They have always answered within 24 hours but usually within 12 hours.

 

The night before we left for Mexico I emailed them with a pay pal question and they responded right away and then about 6 more times that night (10pm) helping me figure stuff out. They are by far the best communicators I've had the pleasure of working with through this whole experience.

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MsBliss---your wedding pics are absolutely beautiful!! I am 6 months away from my wedding at EPM & I feel so scattered with planning. I've been following this forum which has helped me tremendously with getting info and ideas. It's so difficult to get answers from N, I've been waiting on a response for over 2 weeks now! Anyway, I thought maybe some brides on here may know. How much does dj mannia cost for a 3 hour reception? Do the bride & groom have to provide their own ceremony music? Do guests have to choose between 2 or 3 entrees? Any info on these questions would be super helpful. I understand it's wedding season now & the WCs are prob really busy, but over 2 weeks to answer some questions?!!

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