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I am new to BDW forum and just wanted to introduce myself! I am planning a wedding for May 19, 2012 in Playa del Carmen.  We had stayed at Le Reve Hotel and Spa  http://www.hotellereve.com/  in February and fell in love with the boutique style of this hotel and decided almost instantly that this where we want to get married.  We have only begun our planning and so far have only booked the hotel and the photographer.  We had done some research and had many recommendations for Del Sol Photography www.delsolphotography.com    Their work is so creative and beautiful, and we were lucky enough to take advantage of a promotion that is currently going on between Le Reve and Del Sol Photography.  This deal is way too good too pass up!http://www.bestdestinationwedding.com/forum/thread/73510/del-sol-photography-la-luna-photography-hotel-lereve-bdwf-promotion 

The bride and groom get 2 free nights at Le Reve as well as a 6th hour free of photography when you purchase 5 hours from Del Sol, plus more! So far, all of my communication with both Le Reve and Del Sol has been prompt, professional and welcoming.  Any suggestions from other brides getting in married in Playa Del Carmen  would be much appreciated!

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Welcome! Happy planning!

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Congratulations and welcome to the forums! Best of luck with all your plans here in Playa del Carmen. Del Sol are great photographers and you'll love the work the produce.

Have fun and make sure to post some pictures.

Lincoln

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Hola Marisa,

 

Thanks for the introduction!  We are excited to be part of your special day + Le Reve as our backdrop...  Seriously, this place is super boutique and we love shooting there.   Hopefully BDWF will help fill in the gaps where your planning needs help, there are lots of guys and gals sharing knowledge!

Saludos de me hi co :)
mateo

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Hello marisa1 and welcome to the forum! I heard amazing things about Le Reve and Del Sol is incredible! They were actually my wedding photographers last year for my wedding in the Riviera Maya ;) I've included a few pics below including some new ones where they've captured the barefoot jewelry I design on some of their TTD sessions!

 

We may be able to share advice here since my husband and I will be coming to Playa del Carmen and spending part of our time at Le Reve! Did you happen to explore the area while you were there? We'll be doing a TTD shoot with Del Sol as a belated anniversary/birthday gift to ourselves. Cannot wait to see the fabulous hotel and congratulations on your planning! If you need any recommendations...this is a one stop shop!

 

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I am new to BDW forum and just wanted to introduce myself! I am planning a wedding for May 19, 2012 in Playa del Carmen.  We had stayed at Le Reve Hotel and Spa  http://www.hotellereve.com/  in February and fell in love with the boutique style of this hotel and decided almost instantly that this where we want to get married.  We have only begun our planning and so far have only booked the hotel and the photographer.  We had done some research and had many recommendations for Del Sol Photography www.delsolphotography.com    Their work is so creative and beautiful, and we were lucky enough to take advantage of a promotion that is currently going on between Le Reve and Del Sol Photography.  This deal is way too good too pass up!http://www.bestdestinationwedding.com/forum/thread/73510/del-sol-photography-la-luna-photography-hotel-lereve-bdwf-promotion 

The bride and groom get 2 free nights at Le Reve as well as a 6th hour free of photography when you purchase 5 hours from Del Sol, plus more! So far, all of my communication with both Le Reve and Del Sol has been prompt, professional and welcoming.  Any suggestions from other brides getting in married in Playa Del Carmen  would be much appreciated!

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