2011 Moon Palace Brides
Posted 21 May 2010 - 04:53 PM
Thought it would be helpful if us 2011 Brides of Moon Palace also had a thread to start talking about our weddings...hopefully we get more great advice like the comments posted in the 2010 thread!
Las Cruces, NM
Posted 21 May 2010 - 09:18 PM
We are planning a May 2011 wedding in Mexico, and right now have narrowed it down to either Moon Palace or the Barcelo Maya Palace. Hoping BWD will help us decide!
Posted 22 May 2010 - 06:31 PM
I'm hoping to book my wedding in at the Moon Palace for the first week of January 2011 but the TA are telling me there are not enough seats on the planes heading that way!!! I'm thinking this is ridiculous and need to do some more canvassing of TA's.
Posted 31 May 2010 - 11:19 PM
Posted 01 February 2011 - 09:38 AM
You all will love the Moon!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! We got married in July 2010. You can check my posts and wedding review thru my profile any time for info. congratulations to all you new brides to be!
Mari and Orion
1.wedding coordinator- if they are hard to reach, ask what days they work at the resort and email them those days. email photographs of inspiration for your wedding and ask for palace resorts catalogs to see your choices.
2.photographer booking room- yes we had to, but it was a must to get the photographer we wanted. we paid for only one night stay. the travel agents said two, but we only booked them for one night and gave them no info about the photographer. the wedding coordinator is the only person you have to tell and comply with on the photographer information.
3.hair salon-yes, we got our style free. the travel agent said it wasn't possible, but everyone gets salon credit when staying 3+ days. Be sure to book your hairstyle and bridesmaids hairstyle appointments several weeks in advance. My maid of honor had to beg to get a hair appointment since there was little space.
4. traveling with a dress-airlines do this all the time so no need to worry. They see a white suit bag and already know the deal! They will put your dress in a compartment or in 1st class. Be sure to have a heavy duty cover just in case 1st class travelers spill drinks on it. Hang it immediately upon arrival in an area where it will get shower steam. My dress didnt even had to get it steamed then.
5. INFORM INFORM INFORM GUESTS-if you make a good plan, timeline for all events, and share information with guests about traveling to mexico, the resort, mapped locations, etc. everything will run smooth. We did this all on our wedding website and it was a relief to not have to answer questions duing our entire wedding trip. Do this and it will save a huge hassle later!
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