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DJ Mijares not allowed at Dreams?

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I talked to my Dreams WC and told her I may use DJ Mijares and she told me that due to problems with him before, he is no longer allowed at Dreams! Does anyone know why this is?

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Really, my dreams wedding coordinator said something along the same lines.

 

The story went like this.....When my WC told me the price of thier DJ I nearly fell out of chair at work. I emailed her back with some of the prices I saw on the forum and she said that they highly recoomended DJ Ricardo (booked him) and she did not recommend the other 2 (DJ Mirajes and DJ Funcle Ron). She said that is was a far too important part of the wedding to take any chances. So basically steering me away from him.

 

At first I was a little annyed but then I realized that she works on god knows how many weddings per year, per month, etc. and she is only looking for me to have the best experience possible, and would not lead me in a bad direction.

 

And you do need a good DJ with good equipment. Someone who can feel out the crowd and make sure the party gets started.

 

My step mom reminded me of a wedding recently that she went to where they had a bad DJ, scratchy sounding speakers, and he was just awkward and hardly anyone was dancing and many guests left right after cake.

 

So I sucked it up and busted my budget to not have to worry about it.

 

 

Okay that was a little bit of a rant :) Sorry :)

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It`s very sad to hear this, and I`m pretty sure it is all a mistake, Dj Mijares is one of the best in Los Cabos area, he has really good references from many wedding companies and hotels like One & Only Palmilla, El Dorado, Sunset Da Monalisa, Cabo del Sol, etc. he is a very professional person and has even worked with celebrities. I think it will be a good idea to check and clear this out. You could ask for references in different locations or even ask him for refrences from other brides or coordinators that you could contact. I`m sure there are lots of good Dj`s in Los Cabos and he is one of them for sure! This must be a big mistake.

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Hi Glamourina

 

What a bummer, I know DJ Mijares is good and it's a shame that Dreams doesn't work with him. I would recommend you to talk with them and see if you can manage to squeeze him in; in case you can't there are several Dj's that are awesome too.

 

I've had the pleasure to work with many of them and I might be able to point you in some directions.

 

Good luck with Dj Mijares

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Hello to all the brides to be!

 

I received some calls today from other members in this forum regarding this issue and they couldn´t believe what was happening I wasn´t aware of this situation so I called Dreams and talked to Yesika one of the wedding coordinators and she wasn´t aware of this situation either, she called Mariana and Yarai to check what was going on, Mariana had no complains and wasn´t aware of the situation, and Yarai only mentioned that she needed to have my personal information and prices so she can publish me as a Dreams Vendor, but she mentioned she wasn´t aware of any other situation.

 

I talked to all the wedding coordinators at Dreams they all said I AM ALLOWED to work there and it must all be a mistake. I actually have a meeting with them on Wednesday to clear out this situation and they will confirm and upload my information as a Vendor in Dreams Hotel.

 

Please feel free to contact me or any Dreams coordinator to clear out this situation and I will be happy to provide any references from brides, wedding companies, hotels, etc. You could also find refrences here in the forum which I´ve been a member since 2006 I consider my self a profesional person and I have been working in this business for over 7 years, I hope you can all clear your doubts.

 

Have a nice day! pinkie.gif[/FONT][/color]

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Yay DJ Mijares!! That is great news. You have only had RAVE reviews on this forum. I never personally saw a bad word about you.

 

I am glad that more brides can enjoy your services at Dreams.

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Thanks DJ Mijares for figuring everything out! I'm really pissed off that my WC told me that you weren't allowed at Dreams "due to problems in the past" when this wasn't true at all! I'm guessing she did this because she was pushing me to choose the more expensive DJ that was recommended by Dreams. All I can say is that I AM NOT IMPRESSED with how unprofessional my Dream WC is being right now...

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