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Hi Norma,

 

Were also getting married in May 2012. and started planning it early aswell.

the earlier the better!!! LOL

Don't know the exact date yet but probably mid May.

we are planning a trip to Gran Caribe in mid November to check out

the hotel and find out the details.

I will definately let you know how it goes.

 

 

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Welcome Norma! You're not crazy at all, I'm getting married next Oct 2011 and my FI and I picked our resort out the end of May. 

Congrats on your engagement and happy planning! This website has everything you would ever  need and the ladies are so warm, friendly and HONEST!

Enjoy...

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Originally Posted by Mac2012 View Post

Hi Norma,

 

Were also getting married in May 2012. and started planning it early aswell.

the earlier the better!!! LOL

Don't know the exact date yet but probably mid May.

we are planning a trip to Gran Caribe in mid November to check out

the hotel and find out the details.

I will definately let you know how it goes.

 

 



Hi Mac2012 :)

 

Glad to hear of another May 2012 bride!  It seems like 2012 is so far away but it'll be here before we know it.  My fiance and I went to do a site visit at the Gran Caribe and we absolutely fell in love with the Chapel.  The resort is really nice and everyone is really helpful!  I can't wait to go back :)

 

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Hi there,

 

Glad to hear I'm not the only 2012 bride out there (We're getting married January 2012 in the Mayan Riviera) . My dad laughed at me for planning so early but, like others have said, the earlier the better!

 

Happy planning!

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I say you never start the planning early enough for a destination wedding!! There is so much to do and think of!! This sight seems to be packed with info!! Have fun!!

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Welcome to the forum Norma!! And trust me, two years in advance is never too early ~ I did the same thing and used the forum to inspire me with tons of ideas!!!! You have found a GREAT resource in BDW so happy planning *hugs* msnwink.gif

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Hey Norma,

 

How have you already booked your wedding for May 2012? I can't find any information that far in advance. I plan on getting married in March 2012 but was told I couldn't get any pricing information or book until a year in advance.

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