Dreams Cabo Brides
Posted 17 February 2008 - 05:23 PM
Posted 17 February 2008 - 06:03 PM
| Originally Posted by chprfan |
Does anyone know for the luminaries for the walkways...do the votives need to be in a glass holder or can then just be set in the sand in the bag? I noticed on their ad Michaels has all their votives on sale (some in holder & some not) and didn't know which way to go!
Posted 17 February 2008 - 09:16 PM
| Originally Posted by JackieB |
I thought they just needed to be tealights no glass holders, but not positive.
Posted 17 February 2008 - 11:18 PM
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Posted 18 February 2008 - 05:05 PM
Posted 18 February 2008 - 09:16 PM
| Originally Posted by chprfan |
Sarah said she had Dreams provide them, votives though, since tea lights wouldn't last very long. I am going to email Yesica to see if they can provide the glass holder if needed.
| Originally Posted by gttrph |
Sorry about that, it's on October 10th,2008 and yes, I was finally ablle to find DJ Ricardo's info and was able to contact him so thanks!
Posted 19 February 2008 - 06:13 PM
Question to those who had a legal ceremony at Dreams Cabo--
Yesica told me we will get our marriage certificate right away so we can take it back home but I forgot to ask if it was in English or Spanish... does anyone know?
Posted 23 February 2008 - 03:37 PM
Okay Ladies I am heading down to Cabo next Sunday to do a big wedding sweep. I have been the worst bride! I do not know how to plan and have been incredibly sick for 3 months I think it is stress- wedding/family/job! I did not know about all the extra vendors so I am going to take all your advise and try to get it done! All I want for my wedding is to have it beautiful, simple, and relaxed (stress-free)... Plus to have FUN!!!
Wedding date : July 4, 2004
Food: I was wondering about this? We booked our 7 nights at Dreams to get the free wedding package-this comes with food, is this food good or should we upgrade!
Cake: Divine Divas
Flowers: ? I will take your advise and try to find an outside vendor!
Music: DJ Richard (The one Angela had-Thanks Angela!)
Hair and Makeup: Help- Has anyone did their hair and make-up with Dreams Saloon? I tried to save money here but if you ladies say Suzanne___ then I will book her. She called me a couple of times but I thought her price was expensive? But, if she is good then I will call her back!
Wedding Cordinator Yesica at Dreams
Phontographer: Tomas Barron (any bad reviews-we still have not gave him the deposit yet?)
Videographer: Tomas Barron -(is this cool, he had a package deal: 5 hrs photos and 2 hours of video for $2,100?)
Some stuff I've done allready:
Booked flights and hotel for wedding and honeymoon
Booked Phot. and Video, DJ, and Cake
Stuff I need to do:
Food-a big choice because my family likes too eat!
Decide on and start building our playlist
Wedding day jewelry
Wedding day shoes for all of us (is it okay that I do not care about shoes- My sis says it will look ugly in pics but I just want to be barefoot at the ceremony and then whatever at the reception?)
Oh ya- Canopy
Officiant (was not planning on this-do I need one Dreams provides one?)
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