@vanessav53 I sent Anel an e-mail about a month ago telling her that I wanted to book their cigar roller and I also had asked her a ton of questions and she still hasn't responded. This was frustrating me before I booked this hotel and I was told not to worry but I am going to meet with my invitation person this weekend and I need to know if I need to add meal choices on the RSVP cards. What are you doing? I want my guests to have a menu choice but I need to know if the hotel needs to know who is eating what. My fiancee and his friends drink Johnnie Walker Blue -which I doubt the hotel stocks and I need it special ordered for our wedding but can;t get an answer on that. I have a ton of questions and i'm getting a little frustrated at this point
I gave my guests two options for dinner - Surf and Turf or Seafood Stuffed Chicken, which they listed when they RSVP'd. I then gave Ramon a seating chart with the meal selections - a selection of two meal choices was absolutely fine, because I had the seating chart. Past brides have also displayed meal choices on the place cards - ie different colors for different selections. So yes, the hotel needs to know who is eating what - either on a seating chart or through place cards.
Also, about the liquor, could you go into town to a liquor store and pick up the specialty booze you want? It might be cheaper than having the hotel provide it to you. I honestly feel that the sky is the limit in Mexico, but it will cost you. It seems like whatever you want they will accommodate but for a price!
Hope that helps!