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Welcome!! I used V4L too, and Mariana was my WC!!  Dreams is absolutely the best, they know every detail, ones you dont even think of are mjiclly perfect thanke to them!!

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Welcome LRJ! Mariana is my WC, too. She has been amazing so far. My wedding is in July, and so far we've created our theme, picked our florist, grooms and groomsmen's suits, bm dresses, found a DJ, a makeup artist and hairstylist, organized our photography/videography team...the list goes on! You will find lots of things to keep you busy :)

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I was emailing with the photographer Gilda Badillo that I saw everyone talking about on here... She isnt available on Sept. 3rd 2011 :(  Are there any other photographers that are as reasonabley priced as she is?

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Welcome to the forum I am getting married at Dreams on 11th April, David is my wedding co-ordinator, i haven't come across anyone else who has David as a wc but so far he has been great. I found it really hard waiting for my final head count and then when the rsvp date came and went and some people still hadn't responded was very frustrating!!  Tammy is right though there is lots to do locations for your ceremony, d.j, after party?

My photographer is Gabriel Garcia i met him when i visited cabo and thought he was great, his prices are really good.

 

Good luck with all your planning.

 

Victoria

 

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I was emailing with the photographer Gilda Badillo that I saw everyone talking about on here... She isnt available on Sept. 3rd 2011 :(  Are there any other photographers that are as reasonabley priced as she is?



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Do most of you do the legal ceremony where you have to get your blood taken & tested? Im sketching on that a little bit... Not sure if Im interested in getting my blood drawn in Mexico.

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Do most of you do the legal ceremony where you have to get your blood taken & tested? Im sketching on that a little bit... Not sure if Im interested in getting my blood drawn in Mexico.

 

We are just doing a symbolic ceremony in mexico as it seems so much easier for several different reasons!

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Hey girls, my husband and I got married at Dreams in April of 2009 and we did just a church wedding.  We had our legal ceremony here at home 2 days before we left for Cabo, and when we got there we had the religious ceremony in San Jose followed by the reception at Dreams.  I am not around as much on the planning boards, but I have a link to my review in the siggy and feel free to ask me any questions!

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We're doing both a legal and symbolic ceremony in Cabo. Rev. Archeigo will be performing our symbolic ceremony for us, and then we'll have a judge do the legal right afterwards (it's really just signing papers, from what Mariana has told us). We really didn't want to get married before our after the wedding day, as we didn't like the idea of being. It's really not a lot of work to get it done in Mexico, not sure why so many people don't do it!
 

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Do most of you do the legal ceremony where you have to get your blood taken & tested? Im sketching on that a little bit... Not sure if Im interested in getting my blood drawn in Mexico.



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