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Okay Ladies, 

 

I am getting married May 6, 2011  (yes in 4 weeks) at Dreams Riviera Cancun Resort and Spa - I am soooo behind the times. My maid of honor was recently diagnoised with breast cancer, going through Chemo and a double masectomany and we are in the process of moving and things have been soooooo stressful, I have completely put this wedding planning on the back burner.

 

Can you anyone who has had their wedding at Dreams please give me an idea of what I should bring as far as decorations, etc... We are expecting about 40 guest - I am going to order chair sashes today , but other than that I have no idea what I should bring.

 

Any suggestions as to what anyone did for gift bags and decoration. Also, I want to order wedding programs and rehersal dinner invitations  - Were you able to find out which resturant you would be using before you arrived in Mexico?

 

I am flipping out!!!!!!!! 

 

Tiffani 

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Hi Tiffani,

    I am not getting married at Dreams but wanted to offer my support to you. We are both getting married on May 6th and i know how stressful these last few weeks can get! Hang in there, you will have a beautiful wedding! smile03.gif

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Originally Posted by tlwswa View Post

Okay Ladies, 

 

I am getting married May 6, 2011  (yes in 4 weeks) at Dreams Riviera Cancun Resort and Spa - I am soooo behind the times. My maid of honor was recently diagnoised with breast cancer, going through Chemo and a double masectomany and we are in the process of moving and things have been soooooo stressful, I have completely put this wedding planning on the back burner.

 

Can you anyone who has had their wedding at Dreams please give me an idea of what I should bring as far as decorations, etc... We are expecting about 40 guest - I am going to order chair sashes today , but other than that I have no idea what I should bring.

 

Any suggestions as to what anyone did for gift bags and decoration. Also, I want to order wedding programs and rehersal dinner invitations  - Were you able to find out which resturant you would be using before you arrived in Mexico?

 

I am flipping out!!!!!!!! 

 

Tiffani 



 



Originally Posted by deannamarie85 View Post

Hi Tiffani,

    I am not getting married at Dreams but wanted to offer my support to you. We are both getting married on May 6th and i know how stressful these last few weeks can get! Hang in there, you will have a beautiful wedding! smile03.gif




Hi im not at Dreams either BUT I am a 6th May bride and as deannamarie says.... I would like to offer support too.... Hope your maid of honour is OK....... & Hope the move goes well :-)

 

Definatly hang in there chick, it'll all be worth it in the end..... grouphug.gif  Sorry I cant be of any help to the resort questions you asked but just wanted to say Im thinking of you in these hard times xxx

 

Congrats MAY 6TH Brides :-) xxx

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Hi there,

 

I've never done a wedding at Dreams before, but I can offer a few ideas.  

 

Do you already have centerpieces picked out for the reception?  I guess the resort has a florist they work with?  To add a little extra you can always do Candles/votives. They add such a romantic feel.  You can just pick some up at a craft store and take them down with you.  

 

I'm not sure what decoration is already provided by the resort and what is not, but here are some things you can consider:

* colored or white table cloths with organza overlays or colorful runners

* decorating with artevela candles - so beautiful

* maracas are fun if it goes with the theme

* rose petals strewn about

* palm leaf decoration

* naming your tables and adding a picture with it - something to describe you as a couple

 

for invitations you might be a little pressed for time - perhaps you can just order some stock and print them.  or you may find someone local who can get them to you quickly.

here is a recycled paper site:

http://www.greenfieldpaper.com/ they have lots of stock

 

hope this helps!!!!

 

contact the WC at the resort too, explain your situation, and hopefully they can get back to you in a timely manner!! :)

 

Leanne

 

 

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