Jump to content
lscilley

Majestic Colonial or Elegance Brides Post Here

Recommended Posts

OH my god,

I am getting married 8/12/11, I have not heard that things have went up. I will email my WC to see if things have changed. Do you have a travel agent? IF so have them call.

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Wow that is not good at all. If thats true thats not right! I should email Sandra and ask her as well.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

My wedding is on February 20th, 1pm at the gazebo. I'm having the private dinner and reception at the parrots bar.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Hi MC and ME Brides! I am getting married in January 2012, we are staying at the ME, but chose an offsite location for the ceremony and reception. We would however like to have our grooms dinner/welcome dinner at the ME. Has anyone had their grooms dinner at the ME? How did you go about getting tables reserved for your party at the restaurant? What restaurants are available for large groups (60+)? I asked my previous wedding coordinator at the ME if she would be able to help me with that, but since we cancelled our wedding with ME and are having it elsewhere, she said she wouldn't be able to help. Anyone else have this issue?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

I'm staying at the ME but getting married off site also.  We're planning a "welcome dinner" and was told to email prelegance@majestic-resorts.com I've already emailed them about making reservations, they request that we contact them about 2 weeks before hand as they have events going on but it is still early to know when.  After all my research I saw that people say that welcome dinner's are only reserved in the buffets but he said we can do it otherwise if there is no events.. I figure we'll have the welcome dinner at the buffet but if they let us do it in a restaurant I'll be happy with that, don't want to get our hopes up.

 

This is actually what was said:

we can coordinate a nice welcome dinner in one of the restaurants for the group, and you can contact us two weeks before to coordinate which restaurant and set up a menu so you can receive a private service for this special night.

 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites


Thanks so much jlarruda! That is exactly what I was looking for!
 

Originally Posted by jlarruda View Post

I'm staying at the ME but getting married off site also.  We're planning a "welcome dinner" and was told to email prelegance@majestic-resorts.com I've already emailed them about making reservations, they request that we contact them about 2 weeks before hand as they have events going on but it is still early to know when.  After all my research I saw that people say that welcome dinner's are only reserved in the buffets but he said we can do it otherwise if there is no events.. I figure we'll have the welcome dinner at the buffet but if they let us do it in a restaurant I'll be happy with that, don't want to get our hopes up.

 

This is actually what was said:

we can coordinate a nice welcome dinner in one of the restaurants for the group, and you can contact us two weeks before to coordinate which restaurant and set up a menu so you can receive a private service for this special night.

 



 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites


This is great info!!! I would love to do a dinner at the japanese restaurant for our "rehearsal" likely just us and our parents and my sister and his brother so not huge but I thought it would be nice!!!  Can you make multiple reservations through them?!  Thats for the elegance... I just noticed... we will be at the colonial... think there is a different email?!

Originally Posted by jlarruda View Post

I'm staying at the ME but getting married off site also.  We're planning a "welcome dinner" and was told to email prelegance@majestic-resorts.com I've already emailed them about making reservations, they request that we contact them about 2 weeks before hand as they have events going on but it is still early to know when.  After all my research I saw that people say that welcome dinner's are only reserved in the buffets but he said we can do it otherwise if there is no events.. I figure we'll have the welcome dinner at the buffet but if they let us do it in a restaurant I'll be happy with that, don't want to get our hopes up.

 

This is actually what was said:

we can coordinate a nice welcome dinner in one of the restaurants for the group, and you can contact us two weeks before to coordinate which restaurant and set up a menu so you can receive a private service for this special night.

 



 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now


  • Best Destination Wedding Sponsors



    Facebook Pinterest Google+ Twitter
  • Posts

    • Hi all! I know this is an old thread... but just in case there are other destination wedding brides out there with the same question, I thought I would answer! My guy and I live in Texas and just got our marriage license (yay!). We are getting married in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. The Dallas County clerk informed us that we can get our marriage license in Texas, bring it and a Texas-registered officiant to Mexico, have the ceremony in Mexico, then bring the marriage license back to Texas to file and it will be LEGAL in the US.  In  other words, we can legally get married in Mexico using our Texas marriage license and officiant (who is a family friend), then file the paperwork when we get home. Where it says 'county in which ceremony was performed' on the license, we just put in Playa del Carmen, Mexico and bam! Married :) I do not know if this is true for other states, but it is CONFIRMED for Texas! I suggest asking the clerk when you register for your marriage license. I am overjoyed that we can have a US-legal marriage in Mexico so our wedding date on our license will be the actual day! NO blood tests, or getting married before or after the trip required!  
    • Every Bride spends a lot of time researching and worrying about her perfect wedding dress. While many Indian brides choose the traditional red colour for their bridal gown, a few of them find some different colours to wear on their special day. Here is a description of how to choose an Indian wedding dress that suits your skin tone. 1) Fair complexion: You can choose any shade of blue or bright shades of pink and red. In the shades of blue- select scuba blue or royal blue. Among other colours this season, you can pick up your dress in tangerine.   2) Wheatish complexion Just select those colours which bring out the warmth in your complexion. Some of the best options for you are tangy orange, saffron yellow, vibrant shades of red, mint green and hot pink.   3) Dusky complexion: If you have an olive skin tone, then you can pull off any rich and dark colour quite well. So, the colours like classic blue, marsala, burnt orange and brick red are just perfect for you. Also the metallic silver, gold and bronze will even flatter your face pretty well
    • I will be using the hPage Website Builder to create a free website for our wedding. I am planning to post wedding updates, wedding photos, wedding reminders, and wedding articles regarding our upcoming marriage there. For RSVP, I am using Facebook events since almost all we invited have facebook and it would be easier to get their "yes" or "no" confirmation there. In case anyone is interested as well here's their site: hPage Website Builder - https://www.hpage.com
    • Minimalist wedding bands look so classy and timeless regardless of the venue.
    • It's hard to estimate. Some receptions don't need much decorating because it's already beautiful. Some receptions need lots of decorating. Some receptions also come with extra decorating equipment already.
  • Topics

×