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Hi Danielle,

 

welcome to the site.

 

I'm sure you'll sort it all out soon - from experience all I can say is they are slow over email but that's because when you are there, they run around and sort everything out for you and are therefore really busy making sure the weddings run really smoothly. try not to let it stress you out :)

 

congrats on your upcoming wedding and HAPPY PLANNING!

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Welcome to the forum... I am getting married in Dreams Cancun on May 8... The communication can be very difficult with the WC, but I suggest that you call over there.... You can def find alot of information about the hotel. Do a search of Dreams Cancun and you will find almost all your questions being answered.

Here is the link: http://bestdestinationwedding.com/fo...ied-here-2782/

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Thanks JT3...I did actually get a calling card and called this week. Claudia is on vacation but I booked the date I wanted with the assistant. She said when Claudia gets back I'll get the confirmation email. I'm so happy about it and it is such a relief to finally have a date so I can get the word out. Have you already picked your flowers and decorations? Congrats to you too and good luck!

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Hi,

My name is Danielle from Arlington, Virginia. I'm planning on getting married in June 2010 (still working on the date w/ the wedding coordinator - hoping for June 6) at Dreams Cancun Resort. I'm incredibly frustrated with the lack of communication from the wedding coordinator and have been trying to set a date since June. The resort looks so beautiful, particularly the wedding gazebo so I'm hesitant to go somewhere else.
congrads, I'm sure everything will work out fine

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