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Hi Lucy,

 

I am planning to do the same so measured the arch thingy while i was there, it is 2.4m long by 2.2m wide and its 2.25m high. I am not getting married until August so i have a bit of time to think about it, hope this helps!

 

S x
 

Originally Posted by lucyarnold View Post

Hi everyone

 

Does anyone know how much fabric i would need to bring if i were to cover the bamboo arch (beach location) with a colour?

 

 

Wedding date 15th January 2012

 

Lucy



 

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Hiya,

 

I went to see the resort at the beginning of November and Yamina said the pricelists wont be available until the end of Dec.

 

S x

 

Originally Posted by rachallen18 View Post

 

Are we allowed to pay the grand total when we arrive in mexico?  Or was anyone allowed to pay installments prior to arrival? 

 

ALSO has anyone received the 2012 pricing list yet? 

 

Thanks!

 

 

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Does anyone have the menu options (veggie options too if possible) ? They were supposed to be sent with the other stuff but I think they forgot to attach them. Thanks!

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Quote:Check how they want you to pay, if your using cash your limited as to how much USD you can change per month!!
Originally Posted by rachallen18 View Post

 

Are we allowed to pay the grand total when we arrive in mexico?  Or was anyone allowed to pay installments prior to arrival? 

 

ALSO has anyone received the 2012 pricing list yet? 

 

Thanks!

 

 

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what's your email? I'll send them to you

Originally Posted by faeriesxist83 View Post

Does anyone have the menu options (veggie options too if possible) ? They were supposed to be sent with the other stuff but I think they forgot to attach them. Thanks!


 

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We leave a week tomorrow and Gina still hasn't replied to me...anyone heard from them?  I still haven't heard the end of our DJ dispute, so far they've offered the light up dance floor for free except that they already said we could have a dance floor if it was available. I've been completely happy with their service apart from the DJ issue and now only one week to go and no answers........

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Hi everyone....I picked a date--June 3, 2012!  NOW I'm super excited!! 

 

I have been thinking that there are going to be more people there than I had originally anticipated, so I was considering what some people had written about cashing in the cocktail hour for more people at dinner.  As I was telling my step-mom, she suggested we cash in the DINNER for more people/food/time/drinks at cocktail hour, and make that into my reception.  I was thinking I'd rent the dance floor then too.  Bottom line is, with the wedding being at 4:00, everyone can just go to dinner at 7:30 or 8:00.  It bugs me to think of paying for extra people to eat at an all inclusive resort.  It's not the actual dollar amount--it's the principle!

 

Has anyone thought about doing that?  Any advice--pros or cons that anyone can think of?  I am just starting this so I will take all the opinions out there!!!

 

Thanks, Katie

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I'd cash in your cocktail hour - people can drink at the pool bar for free.  While you and your party/family take pics.  Have them meet back for dinner at 6:30.  People are paying money to fly down there, so I'd consider offering them a nice dinner all together instead.  Just an opinion.  

 

 

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Did anyone find this answer? I have 4 guests from another hotel
 

Originally Posted by Corio342 View Post

Does anyone know if there's a charge for guests to get into the resort on the wedding day if they are staying somewhere else?



 

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