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i think for the outside vendors, you have to book them a room at the MP, so they're just there as a guest of your wedding, who happen to be filming your wedding. if that makes sense?

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Hi, congrats on your upcoming nuptials!! 12 days more to go.... I'm sure you're excited. I'm looking into MP for my wedding in 2011 and pretty much need all of the details!! Anything you can share will be greatly appreciated!! If you'd like you can send me a PM or email me at sheilao_1@yahoo.com

 

-Sheila

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Hey

 

do you mean the music for the ceremony or for the reception/cocktail hour?

 

my WC said we needed to look for 5 songs for the ceremony, these were:

1. waiting before you arrive

2. bride walking down the aisle

3. signatures

4. song when the minister pronouces you husband and wife

5. walking out

 

 

Hey Woodsylou,

 

Thanks for the bit on the ceremony. That was what I was curious about. Our friends used the same irish song (celtic bagpipes kind of thing) for every moment of music during their ceremony. She said when she got down there she freaked out about timing everything and just gave them one song to play for everything! :) I have 3 songs picked out which I am hoping is enough.

 

As for the ipod question...this was for the ceremony too. Who controls the ipod for the ceremony songs? Do we have to arrange for that to be done? Or does the wedding coordinator do it? I neevr hear anyone talk about how the songs clicked along for the ceremony. I know it won't work to just let them run one after the other due to the breaks in the ceremony. Just curious.

 

Thanks for your help!

 

Chelle

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Hi Sheila,

 

Welcome! Boy there is a lot of information on MP at BDW....my suggestion would be to check out the 4-5 really good reviews in the "wedding reviews" category. MP will be in the thread name. Then check out the MP 2008-2009 thread, along with this one. They are very long, but definitely skim through them front to back. Gauranteed the bulk of your questions will be answered in those threads...along with questions you don't even know to ask yet! :)

 

Good luck!smile03.gif

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Hey Woodsylou,

Thanks for the bit on the ceremony. That was what I was curious about. Our friends used the same irish song (celtic bagpipes kind of thing) for every moment of music during their ceremony. She said when she got down there she freaked out about timing everything and just gave them one song to play for everything! :) I have 3 songs picked out which I am hoping is enough.

As for the ipod question...this was for the ceremony too. Who controls the ipod for the ceremony songs? Do we have to arrange for that to be done? Or does the wedding coordinator do it? I neevr hear anyone talk about how the songs clicked along for the ceremony. I know it won't work to just let them run one after the other due to the breaks in the ceremony. Just curious.

Thanks for your help!

Chelle

oh, they have a member of staff there controlling the music. I haven't asked about an ipod, she said to me to bring a cd of the music clearly labelled. maybe do that AND bring them on the ipod too, as a back up? her exact words were:

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You can bring you own CD with at list 5 and somebody for the wedding staff will be there during the ceremony playing your music. You can record a few more songs in case of be necessary.

One for Bride walking down the isle

Second for signatures

Firth for Kiss, when justice of the pice or minister pronounce you Husband and wife

Fourth for Walking out

hope that helps :)

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Thank you so much Woodsylou! So nice to know exactly what they said...I thought I only needed 3 songs...and the cd thing is a good idea. Thank you!

 

Here's another question for you guys. I am ordering two sets of postcards. Set #1 - A postcard for each guest to write a message on and mail from the resort. Set #2 - A postcard for each guest for us to write a Thank You message on to be mailed from the resort. My question is - does anyone know if we can mail things from the resorts? If so do they offer postage on site? So if I take the postcards to the front desk and pay them for postage - do they have that capaibility?

 

Thanks all! PS - Tried the dress on last night...and it fit! Now I'm on the hunt for a bustier!

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No probs, glad it helped!

 

no idea about the posting thing, but i bet you could buy stamps out there and put them on your postcards (for your guests) so they just have to write them and send them. for you to post your ones i wuold imagine the front desk will help you.

 

what a nice idea! :)

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I heard from Kalena... finally! I think everything will work out when i get there. If anyone was thinking of ordering the flyboy flowers let me know I got a coupon code to save 10% on my next order that I would be happy to pass along to you guys!

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