JayKay, We'll still be there! We're Saturday 7th to Saturday 14th, so as of your wedding day we'll officially be done with all the welcome dinners, rehearsals, wedding day and trash the dress! Wow, its going to be a busy week! We'll definitely have to stop by!
Originally Posted by JayKay
I agree, the thing I'm not worried about is rain, but then again its just a little water. I'm going to try to not let it ruin my day!
I'm going to definately come check out your wedding!! And you will have to come check out mine, if you will still be at the resort!
A few questions for everyone now that my wedding day is only 109 days away! Eeek! Suddenly feel like there is a lot left to be done!
1. Once you've sent in your initial info form, the 2nd form with all of the info about food, cakes, music, etc. and your notarized documents (birth certificate/passport), is there anything else you need to send in? I have also sent them pics of cakes and gazebo decor, my ceremony script and my receipt from Tai Flora for my additional flower package. Am I missing anything?
2. I got an email from Donnalee saying I needed to send in my credit card authorization form. What I'm confused about, is what I'm paying for in advance? We're getting the free package and there are 16 of us on the dot. We're renting the gazebo with DJ and bartenders for the reception, and the steel drum band for the ceremony/champaign toast, but I was under the impression I wouldn't pay for that until after as she always reminds me that it will "officially be confirmed upon arrival". Does anyone know what we need to pay for up front?
3. For those who recently got married - I read on this board ages ago, that brides were recommending that you ask for you and your guests to be placed in one of the newer sections of the resort. Section 23 seemed to come up a lot. I was thinking of emailing to see if we can all at least be placed in the same section, and was wondering where you guys stayed, and if there was another area of the resort you would have preferred? Ideally I'd like to be somewhere central ish, but not hear the noise of the disco all night long. Any tips?
4. Did Chandlyn book the initial meeting and rehearsal time with you in advance or on arrival? Our week is so busy with excursions, hair and makeup trials, etc, etc, so it would be nice to be able to book those in advance. Also I'd like to put the rehearsal time on my guest itinerary (our bridal party is almost half our whole group!).
Thanks a bunch! The countdown is officially on!