DREAMS TULUM brides please post here!
Posted 03 March 2008 - 01:54 AM
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Posted 03 March 2008 - 12:46 PM
Also, just a possibility. Ask if a certain time is available for your wedding, not a day. Sandra may have a 5 pm wedding scheduled but has 1pm available but doesn't suggest it because most brides want a sunset ceremony. If you don't mind getting married late morning or early afternoon the day you want may be available. It's worth asking!!
Posted 03 March 2008 - 02:33 PM
VIDEOGRAPHER INFO UPDATE
As for the hunt for videographer info, I have finally received a response from Oscar Video, Dreams Tulum's videographer. There is a sample on his website Oscar Video - Cancun - Riviera Maya, I just had never been able to find it. You go to the page called "web events" which is a calendar of events (the weird thing is all the months are empty), and then you click on "demo" at the bottom. The video is 8 minutes long and is a highlights video of the guests before the ceremony, the ceremony, group photos, and then bride and groom wandering on the beach and the dock (it's not taken at Dreams Tulum).
If any past brides happen to watch the video can you please let me know if it's pretty similar to your video? I want to know what to expect. Ideally I would have liked to see several samples but at least one is better than none. I know somebody mentioned their video started with some shots of the resort, this one didn't have that but I think I would like mine to start that way.
I asked him other questions - like if I could get the full video + the edited video, as I really want the full video of the ceremony. I also asked if I pay for 1 hour if he'll be there for strickly one hour or stay a little longer (like hour and a half) but he didn't answer so I emailed him back asking those questions again.
Overall I thought the video was decent, not as good as others I've seen but I can see how most people would find it good enough. There were a few transitions I really did not like (the heart one, and the side to side one in between group photos) but I could probably just request that he only use the fade transition.
So now I have to decide if I want to pay 380$ for a one hour video with him, or 500$ for a 2 hour UNEDITED video from Mayan Riviera Wedding Mayan Riviera Weddings - Wedding photography & video (I would edit it myself using Windows Movie Maker) or 800$ for a 2 hour edited video + full ceremony footage from Paul at Playaweddings Playa Weddings - Videography in Playa del Carmen and the Riviera Maya
Anyways I realize I'm providing lots of info but I'm just hoping this might be usefull for future brides or maybe somebody will be able to answer the questions I still have.
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