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Good idea! I'll ask the wedding coordinator for examples of the photographer's work. I'm going to go with one of the Lomas photographers since I don't want to pay the extra $800 vendor fee. But, I'd like to make the choice based on work quality AND cost. Thanks for the suggestion. Jenny

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I hired Niccolo with Blue Lens photography and I was EXTREMELY pleased! They were willing to take the $800 vendor fee off my package! I paid the $800 vendor fee and the photographer took $800 off my package! Something to think about! Pictures are the last place you want to "skimp".

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I hired Niccolo with Blue Lens photography and I was EXTREMELY pleased! They were willing to take the $800 vendor fee off my package! I paid the $800 vendor fee and the photographer took $800 off my package! Something to think about! Pictures are the last place you want to "skimp".
Whoa! That's awesome! Thanks for the heads up. Have you posted any photos? I'd love to see!

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Hi there!! Caribe is still one of the preferred photographers at the Azul resorts. Royale Photo the other approved photographer, and it appears that Claudia Photography Studio has a couple of packages listed. They are still charging the $800 fee for outside vendors.  While the El Dorados do have more photographers, both Caribe & Royale's options are outlined in this post in the EDR/EDCR thread which may be helpful.  Here's the Lomas site with all of the options:  http://www.weddingsbylomastravel.com/planning/ Good luck, and happy planning! 
 
Thanks for the info!

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I am getting married at Azul April 5th, 2014 :) I am just starting to plan and not sure exactly where to start. If anyone has any suggestions, they will be much appreciated!

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hi Anne! congrats on booking your wedding. 

 

I would suggest starting by identifying where you want your ceremony, and what kind of celebrations you want - private dinner/reception, cocktail, private welcome dinner. etc. The venues can book up fairly quickly, so this is a good place to start. 

 

You should hear from a Lomas wedding coordinator once they confirm your wedding date. They will help you through many of the choices! 

 

Here are a couple of great AS resources: 

Official Azul Sensatori Thread - by Murmel (Miriam)

Lomas Weddings - the official site for all of your choices/planning information. Includes everything from wedding packages, resort-approved photographers, decorations, flowers and entertainment (DJs, musicians, etc). 

 

I'm not familiar with AS, but I do know Lomas' packages and capabilities fairly well from my own research. If there's anything I can answer, feel free to ask! Happy wedding planning. 

 

~Allie

 

 

 

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I am getting married at Azul April 5th, 2014 :) I am just starting to plan and not sure exactly where to start. If anyone has any suggestions, they will be much appreciated!

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