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Does anyone know how the divorce paperwork needs to go. My fiance has been divorced for approx 9 years. Do we still need to bring his paperwork down, and have it translated? This costs a lot of money so I didn't know if there was a timeline etc, so if you have been divorced more than 10 years you don't need to bring the paperwork...anyone know??
I'm so sorry but I don't have an answer for you. What I do know is many (me included) are getting around the legal technicalities of Mexican law by just having a symbolic ceremony. This way we don't have to do blood work, sign legal mumbo jumbo, and aren't forced to get there "x" amount of days before the ceremony.

We plan on going to the courthouse at home a couple of weeks before our trip.

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I sent an email to Sandra to cancel my date at DT... I am oficially a DPA bride...
Really? We're gunna miss ya on this forum!
Good luck with the wedding planning. It should be exciting since you'll be at a brand new resort!

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I have a question in regards to getting married by the church?

 

FH and I are planning on getting married legally in Mexico, but also want to be married by the church, can Sandra arrange thishuh.gif

 

Has anyone been married by the church at Dreams Tulum as well as legally? or do we have to go to an actual churchhuh.gif

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ALSO!!!!!! I just sent Sandra an e-mail regarding my question above... and this is the automatic response I got...

 

"Dear All : It is my pleasure inform you that today May 29th start my new position as wedding planner please do not hesitate to contact me if you may have any special request .

My partner Sandra Casillas is not longer working in this position .

Cordially

Landy Cahum

Wedding Planner"

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I e-mailed Sandra about the move and she wrote me back. She said that she is still working in the same office at the hotel and will still be around if there is a problem but that Landy will be taking care of my wedding now.
I think Landy will do fine. She said she was going to be there for a couple of days more...
She also said she is going over her weddings with Landy to update her on everyone's details.
I saw Landy do a few weddings when I was there last and she did a wonderful job. I'm not worried.
Alin & Mako... do you have any pictures of your ceremony location? Just curious to see where it is near, what it overlooks, etc! Sounds beautiful!

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Flowers

 

Hi Ladies,

Just wondering for the brides who have already had their weddings at DT.

I received a copy of the Wedding Flower Packages. Were you able to play around with some of the colour combinations? Ex. I want only hot Hot HOT pink roses

*giggle*

Any insight would be greatly appreciated

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I havent been married there yet but I asked Sandra earlier and she said yes. Just send her (or now i guess landy) a picture of what you want and they can accommodate. I wasnt too impressed with the flower guide thing she sent. Not that they weren't pretty but the colors werent bright enough for a beach wedding!!

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They will definitely work with you on what you want. Just send them a pic of what you have in mind.

One thing I would be careful about is they may dye some flowers....just ask and make sure they don't, cause it will definitely rub off on you and your dress.

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I didn't like any of the flowers in the packages and they couldn't do the inspiration photos I brought (no hybiscus because it wilts too fast and they didn't have the other flowers). Landy got on the phone and msn (both) with the florist while I was there and they were chatting with me telling Landy what I would like and the florist sending a bunch of pictures. Landy worked so hard to try to get something I'd like.

 

I'd suggest just showing up there with several different inspiration photos (unless it's something simple like hot pink roses, you wouldn't necessarily need a picture, they will understand).

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Alin & Mako... do you have any pictures of your ceremony location? Just curious to see where it is near, what it overlooks, etc! Sounds beautiful!
You can go to Wedding Website - Alin & Mako Nov 8, 2008 - Ceremony & Reception

This is where I'm getting married. At the bottom of the stairs that lead out from the lobby towards the hote. I'm going to walk down the stairs and my guests will be sitting in front of the fountain. You can't see the ocean from here, but, I loved this spot. If you click on the picture in my web site it makes it a little bigger. We are doing it at sunset so I hope this is the colors I get for the wedding! Thanks for asking :)

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