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sorry i was using my iphone and it didnt post right. I had Eva and now have been assigned Gina.  My travel agent actually got in touch with her and let me know her email.  Since then I have been in touch with her and she sent me some wedding agreement and budget forms.

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Originally Posted by Jendev View Post

 

Does anybody know the total price of the ultimate package after taxes and everything?

 

I can't tell you yet in US but I just got the deposit of 500 on my cc and it was 526 Canadian. So x 6 is $3156? My best guess.

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Originally Posted by elsa s View Post

 

did someone email you with the new coordinator?? because nobody has contacted me about it yet? or did you email them yourself? 

No one has emailed me either about the change....I hope someone contacts me soon. 

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Originally Posted by Jendev View Post

 

sorry i was using my iphone and it didnt post right. I had Eva and now have been assigned Gina.  My travel agent actually got in touch with her and let me know her email.  Since then I have been in touch with her and she sent me some wedding agreement and budget forms.

thank you !! I'm going to ask my travel agent to contact them if I don't get a response by next week! 

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Originally Posted by Jendev View Post

 

Does anybody know the total price of the ultimate package after taxes and everything?

There is an 11% tax on everything and anything requires "service" there is a 15% service charge on top of it. 

So the $3000 should turn in to $3330

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Hey ladies... here are a few of the things I've been working on for some of y'all and some other brides!! Just wnated to share incase any one was interested in them :) If you are, email me at savanaheryan@gmail.com 

I can do door hangers, welcome bag tags, maraca tags, bubbakeg tags, iron on decals for shirts, survival kit toppers, etc etc etc! 

 

 

 

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I have just received the wedding documents with all the options. Can anybody Give some input on the differences or pros and cons on the North Beach or the South Beach for the ceremony? We definitely want it to be on the beach I'm just not sure the differences ... Thanks :)

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Originally Posted by Savs1027 View Post

 

Hey brides!! 

 

I am interested in starting some design work for some of the things I made for our wedding and looking for other brides to let me experiment. I can make welcome brochures, the tags like we had on our maracas/bubbakegs, do not disturb door hangers, basic monograms.... 

 

I am willing to do it super cheap, I can print, or I can send PDF and you can print, and am willing to work with you until you're happy. Again, I've only done this for my wedding so I need some more practice! 

The first 2 people that email, I'll even do some for free :) 

 

If you're interested, email me at savanaheryan@gmail.com 

Check out my planning thread if you want pictures of what I made. 

http://www.bestdestinationwedding.com/t/84658/savanahs-planning-thread-12-17-12-dreams-riviera-cancun

Oh Savannah! I think I am going to contact you for those door hangers! I love them! 

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Can anyone who did a legal ceremony shed some light on the legal documents the resort requires a month before the wedding?  The list I have says:

 

 

Certified copy of the birth Certificate of the Bride & Groom (The apostille validation should be done in your country) 

Copy of valid passports of the Bride & Groom

(Make sure the name of your Passport matches with the names of your Birth Certificate)

Copy of valid passports of your 4 witnesses 

 

 

Apostilled (certified) copy and original final Records of divorce (if applicable)

Permission from the secretary of state (it applies if one of you is foreign marrying with a Mexican citizen.)

Tourist visa cards (will be given to you at the airport upon arrival)

Non marriage certificate (upon arrival) Apply for 2013 and further weddings.

 

 

I think the only ones I have to worry about sending in advance is the copy of our birth certificates and our passports, and copies of our witnesses passports (the divorce and special permission don't apply).  I'm wondering how to get an "apostille validation" for our birth certificates.  And how to send all these passport copies.  Did you guys basically scan your passport page with your picture and information and send them all as a PDF?  And do we really need four witnesses?  I thought we only needed two.  Do I need to send these copies a month in advance and then also bring them with us?  

 

Thanks in advance!  Only about 6 weeks until we leave, time is going so fast! 

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