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#1411 alison15

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    Posted 19 May 2010 - 04:23 PM

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    Originally Posted by marta0331
    Hi everyone! Congrats on your upcoming nuptials! My fiance and I are getting married on Oct 23rd this year.

    So far it hasn't been very difficult at all. The anticipation of hearing back from a vendor is the hardest thing I've come across. I decided to book Peter Mills of All About Photography as my photographer (and will still use the hotel's photographer for the ceremony--i just didn't want to book their package as it was too much for too little and I've heard mixed reviews about them so i wouldn't want to chance it) . We have 3 kids so breaking the bank on a wedding is not an option and Peter had exactly the package I'm looking for at exactly the price I'm willing to spend.

    We also decided to go with the Amethyst collection. Purple is in this year and the pics on the proposal looked beautiful. We are having a cocktail hour and a 3 hr reception afterwards and are hoping to use the free group dinner that comes with our package for the rehearsal dinner instead. In the package details it mentioned that if we have a certain amt of guests stay at the resort we’re entitled to a free cocktail hour, which is also included in our package so I’m trying to see if that additional cocktail hour could just be applied to the reception cost to offset the extra expense-will keep you posted. I went to the Moon Palace on Oct 23rd this past year and was very pleased with the resort- very spacious (rooms could have been a little larger) but overall there’s plenty to do and see and the wedding department is beautiful and coordinators are quite knowledgeable and eager to assist. I too have found that they’re not very responsive to my emails (on limited instances I’ll receive a response right away while during other times it will take several weeks—I’m assuming they’re just inundated with emails and requests plus have to actually set up the weddings so they have their hands full.) Well I have my dress, have the photographer and am now just awaiting a response from a DJ and florist and hope the resort will allow me to bring them in. We shall see. If anyone has any recommends on DJs or florists they would be greatly appreciated.
    Congratulations and welcome to the forum! I haven't heard of too many brides bringing in a DJ. For florist, some brides are using real touch flowers while other just use what Moon Palace offers. I am sure you will find a lot of great information through the forum.

    #1412 asbarret

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      Posted 19 May 2010 - 04:35 PM

      Quote:
      Originally Posted by orionandmari072510
      yes, they do mayan ceremonies by request. Its not common, but they do them when ppl ask for it. We are excited!


      what is involved in the mayan ceremony? extra cost?

      Again, if ANYBODY has maribel blancarte or claudia alejandros emails, i really really need them. my whole email account was deleted.

      Ill take ANY onsite wedding coordinator/assistants email, i just need to be in contact and give them my new info. thanks

      #1413 orionandmari072510

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        Posted 19 May 2010 - 05:32 PM

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        Originally Posted by asbarret
        what is involved in the mayan ceremony? extra cost?

        Again, if ANYBODY has maribel blancarte or claudia alejandros emails, i really really need them. my whole email account was deleted.

        Ill take ANY onsite wedding coordinator/assistants email, i just need to be in contact and give them my new info. thanks
        yes the mayan ceremony is $1,000 extra and includes the free complimentary stuff. You get the overall set up for the mayan ceremony which includes natural native table set up with plants, fruits, seeds, etc for the ceremony. and the entire ceremony performed by a mayan shaman. Its very very different in comparison to a normal ceremony. mayans do their vows from the heart while their lover holding their palms to the other person's heart. very symbolic and romantic but definitely not the type of wedding for ppl who like traditional weddings...

        and claudia is : cfonesca

        #1414 orionandmari072510

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          Posted 19 May 2010 - 05:36 PM

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          Originally Posted by vgirl17
          My fiance's suit came in today and it's perfect!!! It's a linen blend suit we ordered from studiosuites.com I found out about it from other brides on this site and it was only $99!!!!! Crazy huh! The quality is great (from what he says) but I'll have to confirm that when I get home. My fiance is 6'6" so it was a little daunting trying to find him and nice inexpensive suit to wear in such hot weather. I'm so glad we have his outfit now!!! He's going to be wearing a guayabera shirt underneath and so are his groomsman. We got them at a shop in San Francisco on Missoin Street. :) I'll post pics when I get a chance.

          We also got our shotglass favors in!!! I think they look great! :) We got those from Discountmugs.com

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          Oh thats awesome! now thats my kind of wedding! shot glasses, woop woop!

          #1415 orionandmari072510

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            Posted 19 May 2010 - 05:39 PM

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            Originally Posted by snoopAsh
            ooooo FUN! Congrats girl! :)
            BEAUITFUL PICS! This definitely excites me and is also the reason we chose Moon Palacve over other resorts. Lots of fun!

            #1416 asbarret

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              Posted 19 May 2010 - 05:43 PM

              Quote:
              Originally Posted by orionandmari072510
              yes the mayan ceremony is $1,000 extra and includes the free complimentary stuff. You get the overall set up for the mayan ceremony which includes natural native table set up with plants, fruits, seeds, etc for the ceremony. and the entire ceremony performed by a mayan shaman. Its very very different in comparison to a normal ceremony. mayans do their vows from the heart while their lover holding their palms to the other person's heart. very symbolic and romantic but definitely not the type of wedding for ppl who like traditional weddings...

              and claudia is : cfonesca
              ok thanks. is that the claudia from miami or mexico??

              #1417 asbarret

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                Posted 19 May 2010 - 05:56 PM

                Thats a big pile of BS about them changing the palace passports. definitely not as good as the old one....and im sure when we get there they will tell us that none of the stuff we want to do is included in the new passport. typical

                #1418 asbarret

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                  Posted 19 May 2010 - 06:00 PM

                  thats a big pile of bs about the new passport. the old one was included when booking through a TA. this will just be another thing on the list for my TA to fight for. good thing she usually wins...ive already promised my guests free tours! not as good of a deal as the other passport either. that just really pisses me off

                  #1419 vgirl17

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                  Posted 19 May 2010 - 10:16 PM

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                  Originally Posted by TonyandTricia
                  I just used rose petals and tea lights and thought it was perfect (and cheap!) My husband would've killed me if I had attempted to smuggle any more luggage.

                  Beautilful wedding Veronica!!
                  Thanks Tricia!

                  #1420 vgirl17

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                  Posted 19 May 2010 - 10:59 PM

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                  Originally Posted by Woodsylou
                  Mrs Moulton (not future now! wahoo!) you had your reception on the brazillian restaurant terrace right? would it be too windy for tea lights do you think?

                  also, have you done a review? i haven't checked but i'd love to read it! x
                  We had our rehearsal dinner on the Brazilian restaurant terrace and it was pretty windy that night and the next night at our wedding reception on the Caribbean Terrace. We had LED tea lights for the reception and I am SO GLAD we brought them. We had real tea lights too but it was definitely too windy to use them. I wish I would have just saved the money and just bought the LED lights… I didn’t think they would look as pretty as real tea lights but they were great! I bought mine from a vendor off of eBay.




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