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#1211 allegraapple

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    Posted 03 February 2010 - 12:30 AM

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    Originally Posted by Chelsey & Travis
    Thank you so much for posting the pictures of the recent wedding!!! It really helps to visualize things. Does anyone have photos of a wedding at the gazebo?

    I received some answers from Ana, and I'm not sure if anyone else was waiting waiting with similar questions:

    -She confirmed that artifical flower boquets were ok to use

    -If you are just having a low-key reception (I am planning on just having dinner at one of the restaurants), you are free to just show up to one of the restaurants and hope that you can sit relatively close with your guests. They will also hold your cake for you in the kitchen so that you can have it out at your dinner, as long as you pick the site ahead of time.

    -I also recieved a file with the free boquet options if anyone would like to see them.

    Hopefully this helps!
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    #1212 kymkymkym

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      Posted 03 February 2010 - 12:39 AM

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      I also bought chair bows but I got them on ebay. I agree that $5 per chair is a bit ridiculous. I really like those beaded table runners...too bad they don't come in the color that I need! Ana just email me that the price of the centerpieces is $90 each. I have no idea what I am going to do about centerpieces! Does anyone know yet what you are doing for centerpieces?
      I think I might do vases or something filled with sand, some seashells, pillar candle and a ribbon of either pink or aqua around the base and maybe some tea lights in holders around the centerpiece (those battery powered ones) since it could be windy on the pool deck!!But I haven't really thought about centerpieces all that in depth.. that's just kind of a first thought and by the time the wedding comes around I will probably have changed my mind about 20 times over!!

      Maybe something like this::

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      http://www.usviweddi...wers/candle.jpg

      http://img.photobuck....enterpiece.jpg

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      #1213 kymkymkym

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        Posted 03 February 2010 - 12:42 AM

        Quote:
        Originally Posted by Chelsey & Travis
        Thank you so much for posting the pictures of the recent wedding!!! It really helps to visualize things. Does anyone have photos of a wedding at the gazebo?

        I received some answers from Ana, and I'm not sure if anyone else was waiting waiting with similar questions:

        -She confirmed that artifical flower boquets were ok to use

        -If you are just having a low-key reception (I am planning on just having dinner at one of the restaurants), you are free to just show up to one of the restaurants and hope that you can sit relatively close with your guests. They will also hold your cake for you in the kitchen so that you can have it out at your dinner, as long as you pick the site ahead of time.

        -I also recieved a file with the free boquet options if anyone would like to see them.

        Hopefully this helps!
        Thanks Chelsey! You answered a lot of my questions! I have not seen any pictures yet of a wedding at the gazebo - I'm also curious as to how it would look

        #1214 ebernard4985

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          Posted 03 February 2010 - 01:11 AM

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          Originally Posted by Laura22610
          I also bought chair bows but I got them on ebay. I agree that $5 per chair is a bit ridiculous. I really like those beaded table runners...too bad they don't come in the color that I need! Ana just email me that the price of the centerpieces is $90 each. I have no idea what I am going to do about centerpieces! Does anyone know yet what you are doing for centerpieces?
          I am going to try to do something like this for my centerpieces. I want them to be simple, but I also want to use candles or maybe floralytes to add light since it is dark on the pool deck. To make these yourself it is about $10 a table. You can get the cylinder vases from dollar tree!

          Click the image to open in full size.

          #1215 kymkymkym

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            Posted 03 February 2010 - 01:13 AM

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            I am going to try to do something like this for my centerpieces. I want them to be simple, but I also want to use candles or maybe floralytes to add light since it is dark on the pool deck. To make these yourself it is about $10 a table. You can get the cylinder vases from dollar tree!

            Click the image to open in full size.
            Oooh Neat are you going to use real flowers or fake ones underneath the candle?

            #1216 Boo

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              Posted 03 February 2010 - 01:16 AM

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              Originally Posted by ebernard4985
              I am going to try to do something like this for my centerpieces. I want them to be simple, but I also want to use candles or maybe floralytes to add light since it is dark on the pool deck. To make these yourself it is about $10 a table. You can get the cylinder vases from dollar tree!

              Click the image to open in full size.
              wow those are beautiful! exactly what I had in my head! are you girls making these and brining them with? how would you make something like that? so gorgeous!!

              #1217 Princess402

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                Posted 03 February 2010 - 01:30 AM

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                I finally heard back from Ana regarding the fire dancers. The cost is USD 1,000 for 6 dancers for 45 minutes, actually not bad in my opinion although funny enough I think 45 minutes might be too long, I though half that time so that the guests dont get bored, maybe its just me.

                I have asked Ana to let me know which company it actually is so I can see pictures ahead of booking and will let you ladies know.
                Thanks for sharing this info Boo! Yeah I'm with you, 45 mins seems like a LONG time! You're right, it's not a bad price for 6 dancers, but I would much rather pay $500 for 20 mins. I wonder if this would be possible?

                Don't know yet if fire dancers are in my budget (doubtful) but it's good to know!

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                HI, Just so everyone knows i confirmed with ana that if you do not do a cocktail party then you will have a credit towards the dinner. I am having 65 people so the first 20 are included in the dinner and since i'm not having a cocktail party the next 20 guests are only $20 for the dinner. So overall I will only have to pay the full price for the last 25 guests (i know i invited too many people lol). I also confirmed with ana that over 40 people, you have to do buffet--which from the pictures i've seen is very nice...Also if you want bows or table runners, go to weddinglinensdirect.com and just buy the chair bows for 89 cents and have your friends put them on because if not it is 5.00 per chair (rip off). the chairs come wrapped in the white chair coverings for the reception with the ultimate wedding package (not sure about the love package)
                here is pictures from a recent wedding there:DREAMS RIVIERA CANCUN
                Fuschia is my color so I am going to utilize the free white table clothes and then buy the beaded table runners for each table in fuschia from the above website and lay those over each table.
                Thanks for confirming that this is a fairly standard dinner credit Ana is offering if you forgo the cocktail party. I'm going to be having a fairly big group as well so this is really going to help my bottom line! I'll have to email Ana and let her know I want to do this.

                As for the chair bows, if you bring your own do you know if Dreams will put them on the chairs for you? You mentioned that you could get your friends put them on (true), but it would be great if you could just give Ana your decorations and leave her and her crew to it! I'm definitely going to be buying chair bows from the website - $5 a chair is totally ridiculous! Why is renting something 5 times the price of buying it ?

                #1218 kymkymkym

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                  Posted 03 February 2010 - 01:38 AM

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                  Thanks for sharing this info Boo! Yeah I'm with you, 45 mins seems like a LONG time! You're right, it's not a bad price for 6 dancers, but I would much rather pay $500 for 20 mins. I wonder if this would be possible?

                  Don't know yet if fire dancers are in my budget (doubtful) but it's good to know!



                  Thanks for confirming that this is a fairly standard dinner credit Ana is offering if you forgo the cocktail party. I'm going to be having a fairly big group as well so this is really going to help my bottom line! I'll have to email Ana and let her know I want to do this.

                  As for the chair bows, if you bring your own do you know if Dreams will put them on the chairs for you? You mentioned that you could get your friends put them on (true), but it would be great if you could just give Ana your decorations and leave her and her crew to it! I'm definitely going to be buying chair bows from the website - $5 a chair is totally ridiculous! Why is renting something 5 times the price of buying it ?
                  I KNOW! I do not get how they justify their rental prices at ALL!!! I suppose because they think brides will think it's easier to just have them do everything rather than do things themselves or have friends/family do it for them - not true in my case but.. I'm sure there are others out there that WILL pay the $5 per chair bow! It's like once you mention that the services are for a wedding the price is jacked up to be 50% more than usual.. argh.

                  #1219 kymkymkym

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                    Posted 03 February 2010 - 01:41 AM

                    Does anyone know if weddinglinensdirect.com ships to Canada? I did not see it on their website if they do or do not? hmmm.

                    #1220 Princess402

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                      Posted 03 February 2010 - 01:54 AM

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                      Originally Posted by kymkymkym
                      Does anyone know if weddinglinensdirect.com ships to Canada? I did not see it on their website if they do or do not? hmmm.
                      I don't know about this, but these guys ship internationally and their prices are also REALLY GOOD:

                      tablecloths-chair covers- table linens-sashes wholesaler




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