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#1151 Mrs D To Be!

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    Posted 13 April 2010 - 03:14 PM

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    I wish the UK had a palace resort office I could call! although maybe thats for the best with the mood im in :)
    you can call the miami office lady...do you have skype? I used that alot as its free to call miami! Tried calling mexico onsite on it, but wasn't free and didn't have any credit on my account so didn't get through

    #1152 ashnic2005

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      Posted 13 April 2010 - 06:08 PM

      Yeh thats a great idea. A skype number is only around $6.00 a month and you get a US based number. My husband calls me from it all the time from oversees... saves a lot of money!
      Bride and Groom + 62 Booked = PARTAAAY!
       

       


      #1153 ashnic2005

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        Posted 13 April 2010 - 06:10 PM

        Thanks CB280182 and Janelley100! I got one response back today so far!
        Bride and Groom + 62 Booked = PARTAAAY!
         

         


        #1154 mp1122

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          Posted 13 April 2010 - 08:41 PM

          I just recieved my contract and found out the same thing today. We wanted to get married by the Catholic Church first in Cancun to have an intimate ceremony, then upon arrival in the United States get married by the civil and have a bigger reception. I sent an email asking them if this was a problem.

          #1155 cb280182

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            Posted 14 April 2010 - 03:41 AM

            now im really confused! below is the email I sent and the reply from the priest in cancun

            "Good Morning,my partner and I are due to be married at The moon palace on 2nd June 2010 at 3pm for the catholic wedding package. I have been in contact with Wedding coordinator at Moon palace Cristina and she informs me that the wedding will not be legal. We have completed all the pre wedding classes at our church in the UK. Would it be possible for us to have a civil ceremony so that it is legal and then be blessed at the same time. It is very important to my partner and I that god is involved in our wedding"

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            Dear Clare, Greetings from "sunny Cancun". I spoke with Cristina and perhaps there was a confussion. Do not worry, you can be married here at the Immaculate Concption Chapel. The documents needed are: Baptism certificate (updatwd) Confirmation Certificate Pre-Cana course certificate A letter from your priest giving me permission to marry you outside your parish All the documents original, please Send me those documents and I will be glad to marry you. In Christ,

            so is it legal?? waiting for confirmation back, ll keep you posted!

            #1156 MRhoades0219

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              Posted 14 April 2010 - 08:11 AM

              alyssa2010:

              As soon as I put on my dress....I felt like a princess! I was holding my head a little higher and didn't want to take it off! It was also the only dress I walked out in and my mom burst into tears. When you try on the "perfect" dress you will just know!

              Keep your options open...my dress is exact opposite of what I went into the dress process looking for.

              Good luck in your dress shopping!

              #1157 alison15

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                Posted 14 April 2010 - 12:27 PM

                Quote:
                Originally Posted by mp1122
                I just recieved my contract and found out the same thing today. We wanted to get married by the Catholic Church first in Cancun to have an intimate ceremony, then upon arrival in the United States get married by the civil and have a bigger reception. I sent an email asking them if this was a problem.
                We asked the same question, if the civil could be after the catholic when we returned and we were told no, that the civil has to take place and all paperwork presented to have the catholic wedding.

                #1158 alison15

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                  Posted 14 April 2010 - 12:41 PM

                  Quote:
                  Originally Posted by cb280182
                  now im really confused! below is the email I sent and the reply from the priest in cancun

                  "Good Morning,my partner and I are due to be married at The moon palace on 2nd June 2010 at 3pm for the catholic wedding package. I have been in contact with Wedding coordinator at Moon palace Cristina and she informs me that the wedding will not be legal. We have completed all the pre wedding classes at our church in the UK. Would it be possible for us to have a civil ceremony so that it is legal and then be blessed at the same time. It is very important to my partner and I that god is involved in our wedding"

                  reply=
                  Dear Clare, Greetings from "sunny Cancun". I spoke with Cristina and perhaps there was a confussion. Do not worry, you can be married here at the Immaculate Concption Chapel. The documents needed are: Baptism certificate (updatwd) Confirmation Certificate Pre-Cana course certificate A letter from your priest giving me permission to marry you outside your parish All the documents original, please Send me those documents and I will be glad to marry you. In Christ,

                  so is it legal?? waiting for confirmation back, ll keep you posted!

                  I am concerned with the portion of original documents for baptism and confirmation. Not only will they take a while to dig out, I don't know if I want to risk losing those. Hmmm...

                  #1159 cb280182

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                    Posted 14 April 2010 - 02:59 PM

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                    Originally Posted by alison15
                    I am concerned with the portion of original documents for baptism and confirmation. Not only will they take a while to dig out, I don't know if I want to risk losing those. Hmmm...
                    we were lucky, we contacted the church and they were able to give us new certificates etc. we then handed them to the Priest here and he filled out some more paperwork and sent it to the diocese in uk who approved it and then sent it to the diocese in mexico.

                    #1160 cb280182

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                      Posted 14 April 2010 - 03:01 PM

                      Quote:
                      Originally Posted by alison15
                      We asked the same question, if the civil could be after the catholic when we returned and we were told no, that the civil has to take place and all paperwork presented to have the catholic wedding.
                      all this is so confusing, im sure it states on my paperwork somewhere that you can get married at MP with the catholic ceremony then get married legally again once you get home. thought this was suppose to be the easy option!!




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