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Originally Posted by AmyInMI View Post
I am a bit late to comment but we used the resort's photographer and thought they turned out really well. My DH's step-sister does some photography and we had her do our TTD sessions. I will post them asap!!
I love your flowers. Were they provided by the resort or did you get an outside florist?

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Does any have Landy's telephone numberhuh.gif I really really need to get a hold of some one at the resort. Im a little frantic over it!


Im starting to freak out a bit, Ive e-mailed a couple times now, in the last two months and NO reply what so ever... at first I totally understood, the delay, but now Im freaking out!


There is another wedding an hour after our wedding in the chapel , and i needed to discuss things over, and no reply! nothing! Im getting annoyed...


can some one please help!



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Originally Posted by AmyInMI View Post
I am a bit late to comment but we used the resort's photographer and thought they turned out really well. My DH's step-sister does some photography and we had her do our TTD sessions. I will post them asap!!
OK, first breathe! Don't stress yourself out. I'm in the same boat, with someone getting married an hour before me, but I think it'll all work out somehow.

This is the number in Landy's signature/at the bottom of her emails...it may be the main resort line and you then ask for the wedding department. It may take a couple trues to get her or her assistant rather than their voicemail, but eventually you'll get them live.

Tel.: 011(52) 984 -

I think it depends on the type of questions you're asking them that determines their response time. I emailed her last night to confirm that I had the SG reserved since there was that change in the wedding guide and also to confirm our appointment to meet during my site visit and she responded in like 5 hours (her email came at 3:22am!). But I've emailed other, wedding related questions weeks ago and still haven't heard a response...so like I said, I think it depends on the question you're asking. Someone named Lizette seems to be screening all the emails and then passing them onto Landy for responses, so I'd guess she's prioritizing them (Landy responded to me right away because she had to change our appointment time).

Good luck!

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Landy emailed me back last night around 3 am! It has been super tough to get a hold of her. I called a few times yesterday and Lizet answered because Landy was not there. She seemed to be able to help me-good luck!

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Originally Posted by can't wait! View Post
Would u mind posting some of the resort's photog's work on here?! I'm planning on using him for our wedding and for our TTD. I've heard his work is good but haven't really seen it.

Also, pls excuse this stupid question but I've always wanted to know and am so embarrased to ask...what does "DH" stand for? I've come up with different variations for it but am sure they are all wrong. Any insight will help put my brain at ease. smile35.gif
I can help! (Finally, haha)... DH means "Dear Husband" Check out this linkback: http://bestdestinationwedding.com/forum/t2690 for more abbreviations. You will see that I asked the same question~ Hope the link works, if not search for "abbreviations." shots.gif

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Originally Posted by soontobeamrs View Post
I can help! (Finally, haha)... DH means "Dear Husband" Check out this linkback: http://bestdestinationwedding.com/forum/t2690 for more abbreviations. You will see that I asked the same question~ Hope the link works, if not search for "abbreviations." shots.gif
Oh my God! Thank u! Thank u! I am SUCH A DORK! I was creating all kinds of variations....darling husband, dutiful husband, even divorced (but I knew that couldn't be it)! Uh hello?! It was so simple....Dear Husband!
Thank you soon to be a mrs!

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Originally Posted by rachelannmartin View Post
See if this attachment works, this is what I received from the resort photog.
Thank u! Saw the pics and they are great! I'm gunna stick with them!

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hey ladies - i'm heading to DT in three weeks for my site visit and i've been compiling questions to ask Landy during our meeting. was thinking i should post my list of questions and if anyone else has any they'd like me to ask for them, i can add them to the list. was originally thinking i'd post the questions in a seperate thread, but it would likely get buried, so here is my list...if you have some to add, either reply or PM and i'll be sure to tack them on:


New Wedding Guide

We booked our wedding in Jan 08 – will you honor the 07-08 wedding guide prices, or do we have to pay the new 08-09 wedding guide prices?


We booked the Seaside Grill before the new 08-09 wedding guide came out – is it still reserved for us no matter what, or does the new 1month/70% hotel capacity rule now apply (I already know its booked for us and have it confirmed via email, but still)



There is a wedding at 3pm and mine is at 4pm…are they in the same location or different locations? How will this be handled?


Can I bring my own chair bows so they are my exact wedding colors? Extra charge to put these on ceremony chairs?


We would like to hire a guitarist to play for the ceremony - will one 45min set be enough? Ceremony would need to begin on time…how likely is that?


Confirm cost for one set, two sets


Is there a list of music/songs to choose from for the guitarist? (get list)


Cocktail hour

Can we have our cocktail hour on the Dolphin Pool or Relax Pool Terrace?


We are going with the ULTIMATE wedding pkg which includes one set by a Mexican Trio. We want this for our cocktail hour…which is actually going to be an hour and a half…how much to have the Mexican trio play a second set?


Can we customize the hor dâ€ourves?


How many different hor dâ€ourves can we offer?


How much $$ to offer additional hor dâ€ourves?


How many hor dâ€ourves are served per person? 2 of each, 3 of each, etc?



There is at least one other wedding on my day…where is that reception being held? Far enough away from SG?


Confirm that no one can have a beach reception outside the SG while Iâ€m having my reception there?


Can we have the tiffany/chivari chairs (from ballroom set-up) for our reception at SG?


Do the tiffany/chivari chairs cost extra?


Can the same bows from the ceremony chairs be used for the reception chairs? Extra cost?


We have 50-75 guests…can we have a plated dinner please?


Want the Silver Cake #5, but this is for the DREAMS OF LOVE Package…still OK?


Do we need to rent the dance floor for reception inside Seaside Grill?


How is the SG set-up in terms of tables?


With 50-75 guests plus a cake table, how many tables will we need?



Can we rent lounge furniture (white ottomans, chairs, side tables, etc.)? How much?


Can we have a dance floor set up in the sand in the center of the lounge furniture?


Can tiki torches be set around the SG and amongst the lounge set-up?


How many tiki torches are included in the price?


How much for fire dancers to perform at reception? How many dancers? How long do they perform for?


Photography is included in the ULTIMATE wedding pkg…can I use this for a trash the dress session the next day?


Room Questions

Weâ€ve already booked our stay; can we upgrade to a higher room class at the front deck now or wait until we arrive in January?


What is the expected occupancy in January (based on Jan 07)


We have a family of 8 attending the wedding…2 parents, 6 kids (2 under age 3). Theyâ€ve rented two room, paying for four adults…does this work out OK since 4 kids is equivalent to 2 adults and the other 2 kids are free?



Do we add 25% total tax to only the wedding package and food/beverage or to ALL components of the wedding (set up, dance floor, etc)

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