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#491 Teresa23

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    Posted 13 June 2012 - 01:08 PM

    Our Wedding on the Tequila Terrace at NOW Sapphire, Mexico on 6.2.2012

     

    We spent 10 days at NOW Sapphire to celebrate our wedding, which took place on June 2, 2012. I received so much helpful information from this discussion board that I wanted to share my experiences too. I waited to post this until everything was over because I think hindsight is helpful. So, below is a lengthy (sorry!) account of my experience as a NOW Sapphire bride:

     

    First, some context about me as a bride: I had a budget. My husband and I paid for our own wedding. I am a relaxed traveler and try very hard not to sweat the small stuff. When we decided to have a destination wedding I embraced the following philosophy: “Live in the moment. Don’t sweat the small stuff. Don’t stress about the big picture.” I am so glad I did because it allowed me to make plans for my day, including particular details that were important to my husband and I, without worrying about every little thing the day of.

     

    Travel:

    We used our local travel agent, Mary Ann Downey, at Rainbow Travel in Harrison City, PA. We distributed her information to all of our guests in our homemade save the date cards (this is one place we saved a TON of $$-- see photos below) and everyone loved her. She was a joy to work with! She booked us through Apple Vacations (we’ve used them on several occasions and have never been disappointed) and our guests through Apple and Go Go Worldwide, depending on who was running a promotion and had the lower price. I know that using a travel agent made it possible for more of our guests to attend because 1) she was aware of lower prices and 2) they didn’t have to pay for everything up front. When you use a travel agent you make a deposit and have a due date for the rest of the money owed. Many of our guests made payments throughout the year—essentially making our wedding a part of their monthly billing cycle. This would not have been possible without Mary Ann!

     


    #492 Teresa23

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      Posted 13 June 2012 - 01:20 PM

      Our Wedding on the Tequila Terrace at NOW Sapphire, Mexico on 6.2.2012

       

      Sorry for the multiple posts: I couldn't get the photos to post. Hopefully it works this time!

       

      We spent 10 days at NOW Sapphire to celebrate our wedding, which took place on June 2, 2012. I received so much helpful information from this discussion board that I wanted to share my experiences too. I waited to post this until everything was over because I think hindsight is helpful. So, below is a lengthy (sorry!) account of my experience as a NOW Sapphire bride:

       

      First, some context about me as a bride: I had a budget. My husband and I paid for our own wedding. I am a relaxed traveler and try very hard not to sweat the small stuff. When we decided to have a destination wedding I embraced the following philosophy: “Live in the moment. Don’t sweat the small stuff. Don’t stress about the big picture.” I am so glad I did because it allowed me to make plans for my day, including particular details that were important to my husband and I, without worrying about every little thing the day of.

       

      Travel:

      We used our local travel agent, Mary Ann Downey, at Rainbow Travel in Harrison City, PA. We distributed her information to all of our guests in our homemade save the date cards (this is one place we saved a TON of $$-- see photos below) and everyone loved her. She was a joy to work with! She booked us through Apple Vacations (we’ve used them on several occasions and have never been disappointed) and our guests through Apple and Go Go Worldwide, depending on who was running a promotion and had the lower price. I know that using a travel agent made it possible for more of our guests to attend because 1) she was aware of lower prices and 2) they didn’t have to pay for everything up front. When you use a travel agent you make a deposit and have a due date for the rest of the money owed. Many of our guests made payments throughout the year—essentially making our wedding a part of their monthly billing cycle. This would not have been possible without Mary Ann!

       

      Save the Date Cards!

       

      Ready to mail :)

       

       

       

      Resort:

      The resort is beautiful! Honestly, I don’t have any complaints about the hotel that are worth logging (some room service snafus but nothing unreasonable). The staff is patient and caring; every person we encountered had a good attitude and was happy to help us with whatever it was we wanted or needed.

      Our guests were not housed in the same building (we were under the impression they would be) but this ended up not mattering at all. The resort is not huge (which we love! It is one of the main reasons we selected it.) and people have no problem finding one another. Honestly, I wish we hadn’t even spent time trying to find out if people would be in the same building.

      The pool is huge and gorgeous. I recommend upgrading to Preferred Club (we did when we booked) simply to reserve the bali beds at the main pool. When you upgrade you are also able to reserve palapas at the beach and bali beds and the preferred pool (we only used this pool one day because then our guests started to arrive and we wanted to spend time with them). The beach has soft, cool white sand and is very pretty. The water is full of seaweed (think pine needle like stuff) due to the nearby reef. I prefer the pool anyway so this wasn’t much of an issue for me; my husband enjoys the beach and was not bothered by the seaweed.

      One note: Unless you are having a very small wedding I wouldn’t recommend the gazebo that is in the middle of the pool. There was one wedding here during our stay; it took place around 4pm, while the pool was still open. Everyone in the pool was witness to their wedding and my guess is that the background of their photos consisted of the tops of the grass umbrellas that surround the pool area, not the ocean.

       

      There was at least one wedding every single day we were there so the resort staff (Ramon, the folks at the spa, the wait staff—everyone) has this down pat. As a bride I think it can be easy to get tunnel vision and focus only on your day (& why shouldn’t you!) but when you are interacting with the wedding folks at NOW try to remember that they do this every day; they are pros!

      We found the food to be fabulous; the only place we were disappointed was Fresco. The wedding food was outstanding.

       

       

       

       

      Wedding Package:

      We selected the Eternity package because we didn’t need the upgrades in the Divine package. We were also concerned that we’d have more than 25 guests (We invited approx. 125 people, many of whom we knew were not able or going to attend. We were thinking we would have about 30—we ended up with 23 which was perfect) and the cost per guest over 25 can get pretty costly. The Divine package is more per person. For every person over 25 you pay for the extra chair, food and drinks for cocktail hour, plus dinner. You can also add champagne and cake but they aren’t required. The wedding information packet has all of the prices. I wouldn’t change this decision. We had everything we needed except a bouquet for my maid of honor and the sound system for our iPod (we added both of these). We were also in need of additional photography services—more on that below.

       

       

      Photography:

      Our wedding package included 24 prints. When I looked at the work of the resort photographers I wasn’t overwhelmed. Many of the brides here ended up with beautiful photos from them but I was concerned and didn’t want to make a mistake with photography. I searched for other photographers in Cancun the area but ultimately wasn’t pleased with their prices or communication turnaround time so I decided to look closer to home. I read so many things about how to spend your wedding dollars, and as I said earlier, I was a bride on a budget. After much debate, and moving funds from one category to another, I decided to hire TPKB1416.jpg

       

      Wedding Coordinator:

      Ramon was our wedding coordinator and he was fabulous. We met with him the day after we arrived. We had a golf cart pick us up at our room because we brought an entire suitcase full of stuff for our wedding. Literally. I brought my own centerpieces, table runners, chair bows, paper lanterns, candles, luminary bags, escort cards, table numbers, menus, programs, decorative napkins, guest welcome bags and all the goodies to go inside. We had to check an extra bag in order to do this but it was still cheaper ($30 for checked bag in each direction) than having the resort do all of this—just a bow on a chair is $5! They charged us $1 to put the bows on. In other words, I brought the small details but the big picture was completely in Ramon’s hands. We went step-by-step through each part of the planning form. I highly recommend including pictures of things that are important to you: bouquet, cake, etc. For example, I included an example picture of how I wanted the paper lanterns to look. He asked about every detail and then walked us around the resort to show us where everything would be and what our options would be if it rained. (It rained every day we were there, except our wedding day!) I felt so much better after our meeting with Ramon and knew that he understood what we were looking for on our wedding day.

      We did include a detailed timeline for Ramon. This developed over time. Initially we just sent him “Ceremony begins” through “Dancing on the terrace.” So, here it is:

      Salon and getting ready: begins at 1pm

      Keenan begins getting ready: 230pm

      NOW resort photographer should arrive at best man’s room for photographs as groom and best man get ready.

      Sneak peak: 345-400pm (will call men’s room to update/let them know). Bride and groom only!

      Photos with bride: 4:30pm

      Photos with bride and groom: 4:45pm

      Photos with groom: 5:00pm

      All guests arrive at Tequila Terrace: 5:45pm

      Ceremony begins: 6:00pm

      Ceremony ends: approx. 6:30pm

      Group photo following ceremony

      Additional sunset photos with Teresa and Keenan

      Cocktail hour begins: approx. 6:45pm

      Dinner served: 7:45pm

      Champagne toast and toasts by wedding party: 8:00pm

      Cut cake: 9:00pm

      Couple’s first dance: approx. 9:15pm

      Dancing on the terrace: 9:30pm-11:00pm

       

       

      Guest Welcome Bags:

      We put together welcome bags for our guests that included “In Sickness and In Health” bags with bandaids, Tylenol, motion sickness meds, etc; beach balls and Frisbees, a deck of cards, word and number games with a pencil, and a few other personal touches. Our guests loved their bags. Each bag was personalized with a note to our guests, including a schedule of events. This is the only thing I would change. Because our bags were personalized it seemed that the NOW staff had a hard time getting the right bag to the right person. We had guests coming in Monday-Friday, with more than 10 guests arriving Friday. By Thursday not a single bag had gone to the right person and what was supposed to be decreasing our stress (paying for the bags to be delivered rather than personally delivering them) turned out to be more stressful than anything else. We went to Ramon (who was aware of the problem) and told him we’d like to deliver our own welcome bags and he refunded us the entire charge for the bags. So while I would certainly do the welcome bags again, next time I wouldn’t personalize them so that the resort staff wouldn’t have to pay attention to who was getting what. It would have just been easier for everyone. On the other hand, I love that our bags were personalized and that in the end we got to hand them to each of our guests on our own and save a couple of bucks in the process.

       

       

      Added Events:

      We did not do a rehearsal dinner or even a run through. We had a small bridal party (just us plus best man and maid of honor) and we’ve all been to enough weddings that I trusted things would go smoothly. In general, I am happy with this decision. While things did not go exactly as planned—groom and best man were standing at the front nearly 15 minutes before start of ceremony—Ramon was able to wave them over and take care of everything and I’m certain our guests didn’t notice and/or care. We did do a cocktail meet and greet the night before the wedding. We just had everyone meet in the lobby area at 9pm. We grabbed a few couches and everyone arrived when they finished dinner or the show ended. It was a nice opportunity for our guests to get to know one another before our wedding and a great chance to grab some group photos. We also did a wedding morning breakfast at the buffet. Some of our guests attended but others were already poolside. It was a nice way to make our single guests comfortable but ultimately was unnecessary since most groups and individuals organized their own breakfast plans anyway.

       

      We did two excursions during our stay: Chichen Itza and Xplor. Both were a lot of fun! They do take up your entire day (I think you can do a ½ day Xplor but I’m not sure) but we had plenty of time to be lazy near the pool so the change of pace was a good thing!

       

       

      Spa:

      We had our free couples massage and enjoyed it-- nothing special but free and relaxing!. I also had my hair and makeup done here for our wedding day. In my opinion there is no reason to bring your own hair stylist or makeup artist with you. These women are trained professionals who do bridal makeup and hair at least once a day. I brought pictures of what I wanted and explained my preferences and my stylist’s work exceeded my expectations. I really couldn’t have been happier with my look!

       

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      Flowers:

      I took a photo of a bouquet I liked and told Ramon I wanted the rest of the flowers (boutonnieres, corsages, bridesmaid bouquet, ceremony table centerpiece) to play off of my bouquet. I trusted him with the rest and I loved my flowers! I included charms of my parents, grandparents and pet and Ramon attached them to the bouquet for me.

       

      Flowers after the big day!

       

       

      Location:

      We booked our entire event on the Tequila Terrace. We did NOT get married on the beach because I didn’t want the hassle of the sand. The Tequila Terrace is right off of the beach and they set the wedding ceremony up at the very top of a set of stairs that lead down to the beach so you are essentially on the beach. The background of our entire wedding—ceremony, cocktail hour, dinner, dancing—was the beach and ocean. I am entirely pleased with my location decision and my decision to have my ceremony on the terrace instead of on the beach. I’ve included some photos that illustrate exactly how everything was set up.

       

      There are slits between the boards on the Tequila Terrace that could be large enough for a heel to go into. I warned my guests and made the decision to wear wedges. This was a good decision because 1) I didn’t have to worry about my heels falling in and 2)I had more support with the wedge and didn’t have to change my shoes!

       

      Some brides were concerned with privacy on the Tequila Terrace. It is surrounded by the Bluewater Grill (an outdoor restaurant), the main buffet, and Fresco. Fresco was closed the night of our wedding (we used it as our back-up location as a result) and there were, of course, people eating at both the buffet and Bluewater during our wedding. I hardly noticed. While I was in the bathroom apparently my husband and my mother had to get some people to leave (ultimately Ramon did handle it) because they wanted to come over to dance—apparently they liked our music. Other than that people were polite and respectful for the most part; many people congratulated me when I went inside to use the restroom (which is right inside the doors—you hardly have to walk through “public space” at all) but they didn’t intrude or interrupt our private event.

       

       

      Ceremony:

      We were married in the US before we went to Mexico. I recommend this. It is cheaper and easier. So, for our ceremony we had the minister provided by the resort. We wrote our own wedding script and it was very important to us that the minister stick to the script and she did exactly that. She was articulate, loud, and clear. We had several of our friends and family members read and take part in the ceremony—all of this was not a problem. The aisle runner (in plain white) was included; we didn’t add flowers or anything like that. Music is included for the ceremony; we brought our own iPod with clearly labeled playlists. The resort staff operated the iPod per our instructions (Ramon asked for details about what to play when during our meeting) throughout the night.

       

      We rented the sound system for our entire event and I’m glad we did. It allowed us to bring our own music to the event and our guests really enjoyed it! We put together our playlists rather carefully. There was a playlist for each part of the evening: Pre-Wedding (for guests’ arrival), Processional, Recessional, Cocktail, Dinner, and Dancing. I recommend having MORE music than you think you’ll need just to be safe and using a similar playlist organizational strategy.

       

       

      Cocktail Hour, Dinner, Dancing:

      We did include two signature drinks for our guests to try but the bar had everything you could ever want. The wait staff was on top of it; no one ever had an empty glass. Literally every time I finished a drink one of the servers was there with a refill—awesome! Our cocktail hour food included goat cheese mousse with sundried tomato, beef brochettes with rosemary sauce, roast beef rolls, and prosciutto ham and melon. Servers carry them around and offer them to you and your guests. Everything was excellent.

       

      For dinner we had the spinach salad, leek and potato cream soup, supreme of chicken and strawberry cheesecake. Our cake was tres leches. Everything with dinner was excellent; there was so much chicken on the plate—I don’t think anyone finished it. Our cake as moist and delicious; however, since everyone had dessert with their meal hardly anyone had cake. I didn’t think to mention anything about the cake at the time so we didn’t get any of it (not that it really matters—you can order the same type of cake for room service). We had no plans of saving the cake to bring home so really not such a big deal. I know other brides have the cake taken to their room but we would have had just a ton of cake and nothing to do with it!

       

      For dancing we again used the rented sound system. You can do whatever you want. We only did one “special dance,” our first dance, but we were asked about mother-son, father-daughter, etc. If you plan to do these, again, I recommend making a playlist (even if it has only one song) explicitly for this part of the night. I had a blast and I know all of my guests did; we all danced all night—so much so that we all headed to Eclipse after 11pm. We didn’t have a reason to extend the night on the Terrace when we could just go to the night club. Eclipse isn’t anything fancy; it is a bar with a dance floor and a DJ. They did play some of our requests.

       

      I've included pictures at the bottom of my post of the Tequila Terrace decorated as we requested for our wedding.

       

      Our wedding was everything we dreamed of. I consider us lucky to have been fortunate enough to get married at NOW Sapphire!

       

      I know I’ve covered a lot of information here so I hope it isn’t too much. If I happened to miss anything please feel free to shoot questions my way.

       

      Happy wedding planning!

      -T.


      Half of the chairs for the ceremony; cocktail area-- which was later changed to be the dancefloor.

       

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      Our table. We brought electric candles since the Terrace is so breezy but the wind died down and they later replaced them with the real candles we brought.

       

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      Cake

       

      Dinner tables before the chair were moved-- they just moved them from the ceremony to the tables; ceremony centerpiece is on the right-- we had them move it to the escort card table.



      #493 Teresa23

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        Posted 13 June 2012 - 06:22 PM

         

         

         

        I've attached a copy of the first wedding information book I received from the resort so the prices represent those of a couple of years ago. However, I found that most of the information was included in this brochure. It explained the prices for using other venues and the music options.

         

        The AV system is $150/hour; initially I thought this seemed to be high but when I learned that an individual would be operating the AV system I felt it was a fair price.

         

        I think you can have your dinner in the buffet for free. I don't know what the cost would be for having them set up a buffet for your private event.

         

        I encourage you to use everything your package has to offer in some way. For example, you could hire out your centerpieces but use the bouquet from the package. They don't refund you for unused items since everything is some as a package.

         

        LTLFAITHY, we invited over 125 guests so I was really worried about the same thing. When we first went through the list we thought about 50 would come (we knew some didn't fly, were unable to travel, etc. based on responses to our Save the Date cards). Then, we realized it was more like 35; we had 25 guests in the end. It seemed like most weddings at the resort had a similar number; there was one wedding with 90, a few with 35, but most seemed to be between 20-30. Hopefully the numbers will balance out and you won't be over budget!

         

        There was at least one wedding every day during our ten day stay; Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday had two weddings each. I can't imagine how many weddings they do year round!

         

         

        Originally Posted by leigh3124 

        According to LTLFAITHY the tax is 11%. Does anyone know what the food and beverage service charge is?
        Also, I read $150 per event for AV equipment too, however Anel told me that it is actually a per hour rate.
        As for the question about the florist Heather used, I did some digging today and found their website. It is www.floreriaslucy.com. I filled in the contact us form and was emailed by Liz almost immediately. Her direct email is lucy_cancun@hotmail.com. I have already sent her pictures of my flowers I am envisioning. I haven't got a quote yet, but it seems promising. Caution: The website is all in Spanish and since I am fluent, I have been emailing her in Spanish too. Not sure about her English, but I am guessing it isn't a problem.

         

        Originally Posted by LTLFAITHY 

        Does anybody happen to know if there is a buffet option if you have a certain number of guests. Before deciding on Now Sapphire, we were looking at a few Dreams resorts (which are also part of amRESORTS). I know that if you have over, I believe 35 guests, you could choose to do a buffet for less $$/pp. My fiance has a huge family, his mom is one of 9, and we weren't expecting most of them to come. Well surprise, surprise last night he got a call from one of his uncles and the family is pumped to go to Mexico. OMG, we are going to be SO over budget it's not even funny! 

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        #494 leigh3124

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          Posted 13 June 2012 - 08:52 PM

          Teresa, why did you take off your review? It was very helpful. I wanted to see your timeline again as I was working on mine. Would you mind reposting it?

          [ATTACHMENT=12206]WEDDING BOOK-1.pdf (2,417k. pdf file)[/ATTACHMENT] I've attached a copy of the first wedding information book I received from the resort so the prices represent those of a couple of years ago. However, I found that most of the information was included in this brochure. It explained the prices for using other venues and the music options. The AV system is $150/hour; initially I thought this seemed to be high but when I learned that an individual would be operating the AV system I felt it was a fair price. I think you can have your dinner in the buffet for free. I don't know what the cost would be for having them set up a buffet for your private event. I encourage you to use everything your package has to offer in some way. For example, you could hire out your centerpieces but use the bouquet from the package. They don't refund you for unused items since everything is some as a package. LTLFAITHY, we invited over 125 guests so I was really worried about the same thing. When we first went through the list we thought about 50 would come (we knew some didn't fly, were unable to travel, etc. based on responses to our Save the Date cards). Then, we realized it was more like 35; we had 25 guests in the end. It seemed like most weddings at the resort had a similar number; there was one wedding with 90, a few with 35, but most seemed to be between 20-30. Hopefully the numbers will balance out and you won't be over budget! There was at least one wedding every day during our ten day stay; Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday had two weddings each. I can't imagine how many weddings they do year round!



          #495 leigh3124

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            Posted 13 June 2012 - 08:55 PM

            What Facebook does she use? Her own personal? The resort's page? Some other page all together? We leave for our wedding in a week and I haven't been able to get in contact her in 3 weeks! I have several questions that'd I need answered ASAP (i.e. our rehearsal time, and welcome reception time) so I can finish my welcome book. :confused:

            We found that Anel communicates on Facebook quite frequently so that may be an idea.



            #496 shannonmarie

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            Posted 14 June 2012 - 04:50 AM

            Originally Posted by Teresa23 

             

             

             

            I've attached a copy of the first wedding information book I received from the resort so the prices represent those of a couple of years ago. However, I found that most of the information was included in this brochure. It explained the prices for using other venues and the music options.

             

            The AV system is $150/hour; initially I thought this seemed to be high but when I learned that an individual would be operating the AV system I felt it was a fair price.

             

            I think you can have your dinner in the buffet for free. I don't know what the cost would be for having them set up a buffet for your private event.

             

            I encourage you to use everything your package has to offer in some way. For example, you could hire out your centerpieces but use the bouquet from the package. They don't refund you for unused items since everything is some as a package.

             

            LTLFAITHY, we invited over 125 guests so I was really worried about the same thing. When we first went through the list we thought about 50 would come (we knew some didn't fly, were unable to travel, etc. based on responses to our Save the Date cards). Then, we realized it was more like 35; we had 25 guests in the end. It seemed like most weddings at the resort had a similar number; there was one wedding with 90, a few with 35, but most seemed to be between 20-30. Hopefully the numbers will balance out and you won't be over budget!

             

            There was at least one wedding every day during our ten day stay; Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday had two weddings each. I can't imagine how many weddings they do year round!

             

             

             

            Thanks for the info Teresa! 

            Did you choose the Eternity or Divine? We also invited about 130 people. We wanted to invite everyone we would if we were having a local wedding. Right now it looks like we may have 50. I am worried about that! I know it sounds awful, but it adds up so quick! I will be happy with 25-30 like you had! I know alot of people say right away that they are coming, but who know if they'll actually book!

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            62 guest booked, plus Bride and Groom!


            #497 LTLFAITHY

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              Posted 14 June 2012 - 05:02 AM

              Originally Posted by Teresa23 

               

               

               

              I've attached a copy of the first wedding information book I received from the resort so the prices represent those of a couple of years ago. However, I found that most of the information was included in this brochure. It explained the prices for using other venues and the music options.

               

              The AV system is $150/hour; initially I thought this seemed to be high but when I learned that an individual would be operating the AV system I felt it was a fair price.

               

              I think you can have your dinner in the buffet for free. I don't know what the cost would be for having them set up a buffet for your private event.

               

              I encourage you to use everything your package has to offer in some way. For example, you could hire out your centerpieces but use the bouquet from the package. They don't refund you for unused items since everything is some as a package.

               

              LTLFAITHY, we invited over 125 guests so I was really worried about the same thing. When we first went through the list we thought about 50 would come (we knew some didn't fly, were unable to travel, etc. based on responses to our Save the Date cards). Then, we realized it was more like 35; we had 25 guests in the end. It seemed like most weddings at the resort had a similar number; there was one wedding with 90, a few with 35, but most seemed to be between 20-30. Hopefully the numbers will balance out and you won't be over budget!

               

              There was at least one wedding every day during our ten day stay; Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday had two weddings each. I can't imagine how many weddings they do year round!

               

               

               

               

              Oh, there is someone operating the AV system ~ I didn't realize that!! Now it makes sense that it is an hourly fee. Thanks for posting that info! 

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              #498 leigh3124

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                Posted 14 June 2012 - 05:09 AM

                I emailed Anel and asked her if we rented the Av equipment would we have to operate it ourselves? Her response was that there would be someone to set it up for us only. Now I am really confused.

                Oh, there is someone operating the AV system ~ I didn't realize that!! Now it makes sense that it is an hourly fee. Thanks for posting that info! 



                #499 RFinger

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                  Posted 14 June 2012 - 05:32 AM

                  Originally Posted by leigh3124 

                  What Facebook does she use? Her own personal? The resort's page? Some other page all together? We leave for our wedding in a week and I haven't been able to get in contact her in 3 weeks! I have several questions that'd I need answered ASAP (i.e. our rehearsal time, and welcome reception time) so I can finish my welcome book.

                  Yes it is her personal one Anel Torres



                  #500 Teresa23

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                    Posted 14 June 2012 - 05:34 AM

                    Leigh3124, the moderator made me move it to the review section. It has to be approved then it will be posted here: http://www.bestdesti...all-inclusive   and hopefully with pictures this time! :)

                    Originally Posted by leigh3124 

                    Teresa, why did you take off your review? It was very helpful. I wanted to see your timeline again as I was working on mine. Would you mind reposting it?





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