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Originally Posted by smanriquez View Post

 

Yes!  I'm getting married at the Moon Palace Resort on 4/30/2011..

 

Welcome.  I'm getting married 4/16/11.  this website has been a life saver and makes me feel like i know what im doing just a little bit!

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Kyndall!

 

We will be there at the same time cheesy.gif

 

My date is 4/14/11 !!

 

How exciting!

 

I haven't even started booking /reserving restaurants or gazeebos  yet. Have you?


 

Originally Posted by kyndall View Post

So you didn't have to put down extra deposits?  MY TA told me I needed to wait.  Maybe I need to ask her again.  My date is 4/16/11



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Another weekend down girls  and another step closer to wedded bliss!  Hope you are all getting on OK with your plans :)

 

Anyone else got Jennifer Gamboa?  I cant work out whether she is a miami wedding co-ordinator or someone from the actual resort?

 

 

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Fun!  I have booked my gazebo but that is it.  I was thinking I might contact the coordinator there soon.  I don't want to get real worked up or stress about planning anything because that was the whole point of having a destination wedding!
 

Originally Posted by HappyTara View Post

Kyndall!

 

We will be there at the same time cheesy.gif

 

My date is 4/14/11 !!

 

How exciting!

 

I haven't even started booking /reserving restaurants or gazeebos  yet. Have you?


 


 


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My wedding coordinator is Angelika - she's been great so far.  I sent her an email yesterday and received a reply today with all my questions answered.  We are getting married at Bugambilia gazebo at 5, having a cocktail hour at Bugambilia garden and then Bugambilia terrace for the reception dinner (ie right now they are all in the same general location).  We've also booked a violinist for the ceremony and cocktail hour.

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I'm getting married at the MP on 4/30/11.  It's going to be here before we know it! 

 

Ceremony:  Tucan Gazebo

Reception:  Carribbean Terrace

 

I reserved these back in July with my on-site wedding coordinator. 

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 Nicole, here are some of the price lists I have found through this site.  Prices may change for 2011, but this will give  you some idea.  Let me know if you are looking for something not in this info.  I may have it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1500 Vacation Dollars Kodak Photo PackagesL.xls

DJ_Packages_Moon_Palace[1].pdf

Moon Palace_Optional Services.pdf

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Do you mind telling me what costs you were quoted for the Carribbean Terrace.  I love that location!  Is that far from the Tuscan Gazebo? 

 

Originally Posted by smanriquez View Post

I'm getting married at the MP on 4/30/11.  It's going to be here before we know it! 

 

Ceremony:  Tucan Gazebo

Reception:  Carribbean Terrace

 

I reserved these back in July with my on-site wedding coordinator. 



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Did you get pictures of these sites?  I don't have CaribbeanTerrace included on the information I received.

 

Originally Posted by smanriquez View Post

I'm getting married at the MP on 4/30/11.  It's going to be here before we know it! 

 

Ceremony:  Tucan Gazebo

Reception:  Carribbean Terrace

 

I reserved these back in July with my on-site wedding coordinator. 



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