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Bahia Principe Tulum Wedding - December 2011...HELP!!

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Hello,


I just signed up on this site, and it seems like there is tons of information! I am getting married in December at the Bahia Principe Tulum in the Mayan Riviere.

 

We have the wedding day confirmed for December 8th at 2pm on the beach.  Could anyone help me figure out a good schedule of events for the day?  I am wanting to have a dinner and then a small reception after the dinner where we can do all the customary things like first dance, father daughter dance.. etc

 

I feel like there will be a big gap between the ceremony and dinner, and am trying to figure out how it should be filled.

 

Any advice anyone has would be extremely helpful, I am feeling a little overwhelmed!

 

Also, does anyone have any advice on the resort photographer?

 

Thanks very much

 

Megan from Canada

 

 

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Welcome! Congrats on deciding on a location and picking a date.  For us that was the hardest part!

 

Try searching for the Bahia Principe Tulum thread, I'm sure there will be other brides on there who can help you with all the specifics, like the schedule of events for the day.

 

Happy planning:)
 

Originally Posted by Megz View Post

Hello,


I just signed up on this site, and it seems like there is tons of information! I am getting married in December at the Bahia Principe Tulum in the Mayan Riviere.

 

We have the wedding day confirmed for December 8th at 2pm on the beach.  Could anyone help me figure out a good schedule of events for the day?  I am wanting to have a dinner and then a small reception after the dinner where we can do all the customary things like first dance, father daughter dance.. etc

 

I feel like there will be a big gap between the ceremony and dinner, and am trying to figure out how it should be filled.

 

Any advice anyone has would be extremely helpful, I am feeling a little overwhelmed!

 

Also, does anyone have any advice on the resort photographer?

 

Thanks very much

 

Megan from Canada

 

 



 

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Congratulations and welcome to the forums! All I can tell you about the resort photographers... is you have to use them. They are not allowing outside photographers onsite. All tho I recently heard that the policy has changed. I have not had a bride confirm that yet so maybe one can set us straight with the new policy if there is one.

Best of luck with your plans!

Lincoln

ps - I was able to shoot one wedding there many many moons ago! Here is a link to the pictures. https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.184231224486.122215.18683524486&type=1

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Hello Megan! Welcome and Congratulations

I sugguest you the following time lime that I saw  it in the most on the weddings in the Riviera Maya:

 

Ceremony

Cocktail hour & Bride and Groom Pictures

Dinner

Cutting the Cake

Firts Dance

General Dance

 

Good luck in the planning process

Diego

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congrats and welcome to the site!!! i have also decided to go to tulum.. but i will be doing dreams tulum.. in the search bar if you type in tulum.. there are sooo many threads.. and a very nice girl who put pages upon pages of info!!!

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