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Here is a picture of the gazebo where I got married

 

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Once you get to the resort, then decide where you want to get married ! Both gazebo areas are nice and each have there + and -

 

Here is my review of the gazebo that I had chosen (Keep in mind that up until I got to the resort, I didn't know where to get married since both are nice)

 

+ : *Not to close to the water so that gives you nice pictures of the scenery of the resort

*the water/beach area there is cleaned everyday

*Next to SeaSide grill (for those who want their reception there)

 

-: *More tourists walking on the beach or swimming since it's the only beach area people can swim (at the other gazebo, you are at the limit of the resort so they stop to clean the beach right after the gazebo/ you might see seaweed in the sand in or smell the seaweed more + since you cannot swim in the water near that gazebo, you see in the water more seaweed-darker water color)

 

The other gazebo

 

+ : *more private since less tourists go in that area

*close to the adult pool + The Mexican restaurant (if you have your reception there, you will be close by)

* closer to the pathway to go the ballroom/convention center

* more shade since there are palmtrees there

 

-: *when I was there, I could smell the seaweed and see alot of it on the sand

*very far from the nice area to take pictures (see my sic picture) It's a private area with rocks and water to take nice pictures. But then again, you have so many other places to take mavelous pictures !

* the gazebo is next to the diveshop (you might have in your picture people in their wet suit or walking by to get to the boat...

 

 

Choosing the gazebo area you want to get married is personnal and it all depends on your preferences... Once you get there, you will know which one ! But beware if you are a few people getting married on the same day... What if a bride reserved a perticular gazebo at 3pm and that you want to get married at the same gazebo at 4pm ? Impossible ! On one of the days I was there, I saw a 11am wedding at the Seaside grill gazebo then another at 3pm then another at 5pm but at the other gazebo (next to the dive shop) ! ! Landy was very busy that day ! !

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Does anyone have any of the informatio on wedding packages? I can't find any of the prices. I am definetly worried about going over my budget. Was anyone here looking to do it all for less than 10k?

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here is the info from the brochure...

 

Wedding Packages

 

Wedding In Paradise Package***

 

Reservation of a Dreams Honeymoon Suite category or higher, for a minimum 7-night stay or a booking of more

than 5 rooms is required to receive this complimentary package.

This complimentary package includes:

• Services of the Judge or Minister

• Wedding organization and personalization of our wedding coordinator

• Preparation and ironing of the wedding dress and groom's tuxedo/suit

• Complimentary room for the groom the night before the wedding (based on availability)

• Personal dressing assistant

• Use of the wedding gazebo or chapel located in a romantic setting

• Bride’s bouquet

• Boutonniere for the groom

• Wedding cake for up to 10 people and one bottle of sparkling wine

• Special turn down service at night

• 15% discount on all spa treatments (product purchases not included)

• Honeymoon package

• Late checkout for bride and groom (based on availability)

Note: This package cannot be combined with the Dreams Eternity Honeymoon package.

$699 USD(2007) $769 usd (2008 )

 

Dreams of Love Wedding Package***

 

• Services of the Judge or Minister

• Wedding organization and personalization with our wedding coordinator

• Preparation and ironing of the wedding dress and groom’s tuxedo/suit

• Complimentary room for the groom the night before the wedding (based on availability)

• Personal dressing assistant

• Use of the wedding gazebo located in a romantic setting or the beautiful Pergola on the beach or wedding chapel

• Bride’s bouquet

• 4 boutonnieres/corsages for bride, groom and witnesses

• Special silver wedding dinner (maximum of 20 people)

• Natural floral centerpiece for dinner table

• Wedding cake for up to 20 people and one bottle of sparkling wine

• One hour silver cocktail with hors d ’oeuvres for 20 people

• Special turn down service

• Bride’s hairstyling for ceremony

• Make-up application for the bride

• 15% discount on all spa treatments

• 36 full color photos , photo album and 36 negatives in cd .

• Honeymoon package

• Late check-out for bride and groom (based on availability)

$1800 USD(2007) $1950 ( 2008 )

 

***Weddings Services are not part of all inclusive package . The

wedding packages are not exchangable for other services . Extra fees

will apply for additional over the 20 guests already included the wedding

packages.

Dreams Tulum Resort and Spa

 

Wedding Packages

 

Ultimate Wedding Package***

 

In addition to the Dreams of Love Wedding Package you will receive:

• Additional decoration for the ceremony

• Natural floral table bouquet for ceremony

• Upgraded bride’s bouquet

• Caribbean music trio (1 hour)

• 36 full color photos

• Wedding photo album

• Video of the ceremony (30 minutes edited) deliver in DVD format

• One hour gold (upgraded from silver) private cocktail with hors d ’oeuvres for 20 people

• Special gold wedding dinner (upgraded from silver) (maximum of 20 people)

• 50 minute Swedish massage for two in our couples massage suite or the exotic spa garden. Choose

from either a European facial or a salt glow scrub body treatment (25 minutes) for each person.

$2400 usd (2007) $2650 usd (2008 )

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