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Does anyone have pictures of the pink ribbons? I'm going to do pink and black for colors and need to see the exact pink the resort has! Any pictures of what the set up of the tables looks like for Romantic package (we are upgrading to outdoor reception though)?

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Hi fellow brides!  I'm getting in married at a nearby resort April 6th, but I'm hoping to find another bride getting married April 4th, 7th, or 8th who still needs a photographer.  I'm planning on bringing Sara Gray but she said that if I can find another wedding for her to shoot while she's in Mexico then she'll give us both a great deal.  PM me if you want more details!  http://www.saragrayphotography.com/ She's been featured on some of my favorite blogs...style me pretty, wedding chicks, grey likes weddings, etc

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Great pictures! Thanks.  I was hoping for a shot maybe from the lobby through to the terrace? I'm still a bit fuzzy on how 'lobby' the 'lobby terrace' location is.  :)

 

Can anyone else speak to this?  Like, is your ceremony in the middle (well, not LITERALLY, but you know what I mean) of people checking in?

 

Thanks for any help!

 

 

Originally Posted by AwayWeGo View Post

I just wanted to share this link, our TA was just down at the resort for a site visit and posted over 100 pics on their website, there are a lot of pics of the terrace and other areas: http://www.facebook.com/#!/media/set/?set=a.284134548278534.75725.184835691541754&type=3



 

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@TriSportBride-  I don't have a picture but rest assured that when they say Lobby Terrace, they mean the huge wrap around terrace outside of the lobby.  The lobby is very big and the part where people check in is just a small part of the lobby.  Ana does a good job of sectioning off the terrace so that outsiders know there is a ceremony taking place.  The only people who will be able to look in will be through the see through windows on the inside lobby where there are couches and recliners for relaxing guests.  :-)  

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Thanks Sandy!  :)
 

Originally Posted by Sandy Borie View Post

@TriSportBride-  I don't have a picture but rest assured that when they say Lobby Terrace, they mean the huge wrap around terrace outside of the lobby.  The lobby is very big and the part where people check in is just a small part of the lobby.  Ana does a good job of sectioning off the terrace so that outsiders know there is a ceremony taking place.  The only people who will be able to look in will be through the see through windows on the inside lobby where there are couches and recliners for relaxing guests.  :-)  



 

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@JBandDJ- Here is the picture I have.  When I was there this summer, there was a wedding set up with pink bows, I I remember it being a hot pink color.  Hope this helps. If I have any other pics I will send you them. :-) CA2WMB6D.png

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