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Oops.... sorry I typed it wrong: Mauricio  Moncada [mmoncada@PSAV.COM]

 



 

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We got married April 16th.
 

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Kyndall your pics are really pretty! You looked beautiful! When did you get married? I am still waiting on my photos. Ivan said 2 months. That's so long to make a bride wait!



 

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We got married on April 16th but I can't remember what time it got dark.  I know I just googled what time the sunset on average in April and did 2 hours before that because when I booked I thought we were having a Catholic ceremony.  We took some pictures before and it was really bright but we moved to the shade and they seem to have turned out ok.

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There was still so much light for your pictures! That's great! What time did it dark every night? I think we are aiming for November so I'm sure it gets darker a lot quicker than in April!
 



 



 

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Right now I have quotes from PSAV and JSAV.  I am actually bringing my DJ and I just wanted to rent their equipment.  So far JSAV is giving me better prices (not by much) but I guess the quotes will differ since I'm not getting a tech with my package.  I also got quotes from DJ Mannia, but like you said with the $250 extra fee, you might as well stick with JSAV or PSAV. 

 

Originally Posted by shan0487 View Post

That's great to hear! I thought maybe you meant you used the dj service.

 

I wanted to just do the technician since it's so much cheaper and it's good to know as long as I have a playlist and a list of what I want/need to be played I will be good.  I just don't want to spend $1000 on an average DJ- they better be REALLY good if I'm paying that and from what I hear they try to charge you an extra $250 fee for bringing in an outside dj like dj mannia or someone else.

 



 



 

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I'm bringing my own DJ as well and just need equipment. What did Psav and Jsav quote you?
 

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Right now I have quotes from PSAV and JSAV.  I am actually bringing my DJ and I just wanted to rent their equipment.  So far JSAV is giving me better prices (not by much) but I guess the quotes will differ since I'm not getting a tech with my package.  I also got quotes from DJ Mannia, but like you said with the $250 extra fee, you might as well stick with JSAV or PSAV. 

 



 



 

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Did you have to specify that you wanted a technician?
 

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Oops.... sorry I typed it wrong: Mauricio  Moncada [mmoncada@PSAV.COM]

 



 

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Originally Posted by beatyea View Post

 

Did you have to specify that you wanted a technician?

 

 

 

 

No, we just requested the speaker package that was around $200. I really don't even know the name of the technician.

 

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I used paypal. I had already set one up for other things I was buying on ebay for the wedding. It's pretty simple and protects your credit card numbers from being stolen. 

 

In regards to lighting for weddings, you can google sunrise and sunsets and there are websites that will let you know each specific day that the sunrises and sets in Cancun.  Since Cancun is on the east side the sunsets aren't amazing like they would be in Cabo.  But it still is a very pretty pink-purple hue at night.  For us it was about 6:30ish when we were eating dinner.
 

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Allison how did you do payments with Ismael? Ive never used paypal and that was his suggestion



 



 

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I'd love to see your photos from your photographer if that's possible!

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Let me know if he gives you the rights to the photos! :)
 



 



 

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We officially booked Ismael yesterday! and I ordered our bridesmaid dresses today!! :) I love being able to check things off the wedding list!

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