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I was wondering the same thing about the resort dj. I think (can't say for sure) someone on this forum used them and said they weren't too wowed by them. So I've started researching another dj that has gotten great reviews from other brides. They are mannia and if you do a search you will find them on here. I've actually contacted them and they are very reasonable. Plus, they offer all kinds of goodies like cold fireworks, illuminated dancefloors and special lighting. This is their email address: info@manniacancun.com.mx
Thanks for the lead - I'm going to go ahead and use mannia (carlos, I think) for my reception. Will report back on mannia. FYI, for any jewish girls, he said he has hava nagila on his playlist (sp?) and a jewish mix (whatever that is, I'm not too picky). We were hoping to have the horah (traditional dance), chairs up in the air, all that, so looks like that'll be possible.

Thank you!!! One task down, 327 left...

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I just confirmed my wedding for Feb 18, 2009, and need to take a stab at the package options. I'm wondering how customizable they are...is Sandra flexible about adding/removing items from a package?

Sunbride, didnt you say they were pretty flexible? Not like reducing the cost but at least adding for something when not utilizing something?

Yes, there were flexible for me although it wasn't about very expensive stuff. I had the free package. They let me have the flower arrangements outlining the aisle for free seeing as my gazebo flower decorations were a lot smaller than the usual one (I had one small bunch on each side rather than the large arch across the top). Also they let me have a small 2 tier cake instead of just the basic one (afterwards I wished I had tried for a 3 tier!) I was working with Landy the whole time so obviously they are both flexible.

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does anyone know of a good photographer that would fly down to dreams with me and stay 3 or 4 days? i saw alot of brides that have pictures of the days leading up to the wedding and i love that idea! let me know..thanks!!

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does anyone know of a good photographer that would fly down to dreams with me and stay 3 or 4 days? i saw alot of brides that have pictures of the days leading up to the wedding and i love that idea! let me know..thanks!!
Pretty much any photographer will do it, you just need to pay their travel fees on top of their photography fee. So if there is a photographer in your area that you like, ask them. If you do a search for "photographer" or go to the vendor sub-forum, you will find a few who are members of this forum, and you will also find many other recommendations for good photographers. If you don't want to pay big money, it's probably best to look for a photographer that hasn't done a ton of destination weddings, as their prices will be much lower (i.e. they may have done a ton of regular weddings, but if they haven't done many DWs than they need to charge less until they build up their portfolio. Many will charge travel fees plus only a small photography fee. Or if a photographer has never done a DW they many only charge travel fees and that's it!) It's not really a subject specific to Dreams Tulum, so it's probably best to discuss elsewhere (sorry, don't mean to sound like the DT thread police, it's just that I can see this questions getting a zillion responses, and like I said, it's not really about Dreams Tulum so our whole thread would get sidetracked).

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Hi Girls (and guys?!.) ...

 

I just spent an hour trying to go back through the archives to find out if anyone made a wedding website for their wedding in Tulum?

 

If anyone did, would they mind sharing a little of the area content to help save a stressed-girl time?

 

Thanks!

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I dont know if everyone knows about this forum yet... but its all about Dreams Resorts with some staff that answer questions... Dreams Resorts & Spas - Login (I see some familiar usernames... lol)
Yeah, they have a wedding section too, but everyone on it seems to talk about Dreams Punta Cana, which is fine, because we can concentrate the Dreams Tulum talk here!

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Hi Girls (and guys?!.) ...I just spent an hour trying to go back through the archives to find out if anyone made a wedding website for their wedding in Tulum? If anyone did, would they mind sharing a little of the area content to help save a stressed-girl time? Thanks!
My wedsite doesn't have any resort or tulum info on it, I put all that in my newsletter. You could steal some of the content of my newsletter to post on your website though! Do a search, there is a link in this thread to a document sharing website where you can go download my newsletter.

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Hi Girls (and guys?!.) ...

I just spent an hour trying to go back through the archives to find out if anyone made a wedding website for their wedding in Tulum?

If anyone did, would they mind sharing a little of the area content to help save a stressed-girl time?

Thanks!
we created a wedding website with some pages of info on DT and area attractions...feel free to pirate whatever works for you!

http://davidandjanine.weddingannouncer.com

PS - weddingannouncer is a free wedding website hosting site

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Hi Girls (and guys?!.) ...

I just spent an hour trying to go back through the archives to find out if anyone made a wedding website for their wedding in Tulum?

If anyone did, would they mind sharing a little of the area content to help save a stressed-girl time?

Thanks!
I have one too. I don't know if it would be helpful for you but feel free to copy and paste anything you want.

Wedding Website - Alin & Mako Nov 8, 2008

Good Luck!

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