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Good for you! I asked the Miami coordinator about contract changes (Michele Farinas) and she said it wasn't possible. I guess I wasn't persistent enough. We were told that we need to purchase one night's lodging for our photographer, which is really silly because he's based out of Cancun. I think Moon Palace's vendor policy is just dumb and brides should put more pressure on them to change it.

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Those who are planning to bring their own flower petals, are you getting fake ones (silk) or dry freeze ones? I want to save money and get silk petals but not 100% sure if they are allowed.

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Check with your coord, from mine I get married in 12') they were not allowed. 
 

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Those who are planning to bring their own flower petals, are you getting fake ones (silk) or dry freeze ones? I want to save money and get silk petals but not 100% sure if they are allowed.



 

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I did ask my WC and she said I can bring silk petals. But hearing that some brides were told that silk ones are not allowed makes me doubt my onsite, that is why I wanted to double check here. Ladies here know more than WCsmsnwink.gif

 

 

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Check with your coord, from mine I get married in 12') they were not allowed. 
 



 



 

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I totally agree, with the information that we have all come to know we can run MP weddings department efficiently ;-)  Mine said no, so unfortunately that's all I can go off of.  I'm getting some from Marvin when he brings my flowers as MP's of course is a little pricey.  My alternate route was flyboynaturals.com

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Anyone know the difference between Tucan Beach and Capilla Beach for the beach wedding sites?

 

I'm not 100% certain but I would guess that the Capilla Beach would be near the Immaculate Concepcion Chapel (Capilla meaning the Spanish word for Chapel). Just a guess though, but if you do find out for sure please let us know.

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Hi ladies!!!

 

I am having a difficult time deciding what to do for hair and make-up.  I was hoping for those of you who have married at Moon Palace and used their salon to get hair and make-up done, if you could give me your honest opinions those services.  Possibly some pix as well....I have heard mixed reviews on Moon Palace's salons service.

 

I want to use an outside person, but I don't know if I can justify the cost plus the cost of the day passes for them. 

 

Thanks!!! :)

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Jamie5280, I used the salon at the Moon Palace and had the best experience. I loved my hair and makeup and I was skeptical about makeup b/c I always feel drag queenish after but I really thought Doris at the NIzuc salon did the most AMAZING job. If you pm your email, I can share some pics with you.

Originally Posted by Jamie5280 View Post

Hi ladies!!!

 

I am having a difficult time deciding what to do for hair and make-up.  I was hoping for those of you who have married at Moon Palace and used their salon to get hair and make-up done, if you could give me your honest opinions those services.  Possibly some pix as well....I have heard mixed reviews on Moon Palace's salons service.

 

I want to use an outside person, but I don't know if I can justify the cost plus the cost of the day passes for them. 

 

Thanks!!! :)



 

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Pm'ing you now.

 

Thanks!
 

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Jamie5280, I used the salon at the Moon Palace and had the best experience. I loved my hair and makeup and I was skeptical about makeup b/c I always feel drag queenish after but I really thought Doris at the NIzuc salon did the most AMAZING job. If you pm your email, I can share some pics with you.



 



 

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