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#1 Marija

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    Posted 22 January 2009 - 02:35 AM

    I'm getting married on March 12th, 2009 (leaving on the 7th). Yes, a month and a half away! My wedding planner can hardly speak English so when I send her questions she answers only one or two and usually I can only partially understand her response. If there is anyone who got married at Hotel Marina El Cid in Puerto Morelos PLEASE give me some insight into your experience. I've posted here in the past, but got no response. I hope someone has some information about weddings at this resort.

    #2 Corvette79

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      Posted 22 January 2009 - 03:08 AM

      sorry i cant help. but i know it will be great! my wedding coord is also not good with responses but everyone says it all works out in the end. my advice bring LOTS of inspirational pictures to show her and the person doing ur hair and make up Happy Planning!

      #3 Marija

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        Posted 22 January 2009 - 03:27 AM

        thanks
        my biggest worry is the reception, we are only have 13 guests booked so far, maybe a couple more will book, but i don't know whether to have a private reception on the beach or garden or to just make reservations at one of the a la carte restaurants. Music is the other big concern. Do we book a DJ $800 or do we pay $350 to rent a cd player and music and use our i-pod music. I think it's rediculous to pay so much $ for just renting a cd player, but is it lame to have a dj for such a small group, especially b/c we're serbian and would like mostly serbian music. Advice?

        #4 Virg

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          Posted 22 January 2009 - 10:01 AM

          I would play your own music, you never know what the DJ there will have, you might not be happy with his selection.
          And there is NOTHING wrong with have your reception in an a la carte restaurant, or event he buffet area. Make sure to make your reservations early ( READ: NOW! ) and ask them to let you, or someone you designate go in and decorate your table a little so that it feels more intimate.

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