@Briandluna I have stayed in both the pyramid rooms and the tower. They are exactly the same unless you get one of the larger suites. It may be a few square feet bigger, but not by much. Depending on when you go, there may be birds that squawk in the morning at the pyramids, so if you are late sleepers you may want to take that into consideration. We were always at breakfast by 9:30 AM to spend as much time in the water or doing whatever as possible.
If you want a big room, I'd go with one of the bigger suites in the tower or the 5th floor in the pyramid (they have a living room). However, you're rarely going to be in your room. The make up and hair sessions (if you have it in your package) are at the salon. The only time I was in my room was sleeping, getting ready for dinner and putting my dress on an hour before the wedding (which will include pictures with your girls. I had the photographer come out there and take pictures as well.
As far as the lighting, no it was not blinding unless you look directly at them. I was concerned when we first got there, but they are so high up that they are out of your normal view.
Items I thought were well worth the money:
1. Lighted Dance Floor
4. Bows for chairs (this will color up your wedding if you want to keep the white table clothes)
5. The buffet (you can mix and match the menu for both cocktail hour and the reception - I highly recommend the shrimp sate at cocktail hour, my guests are still talking about how good it was)
You don't realize how much you are bringing until you start packing. The only thing we didn't have them do is the escort cards for the guests.
The only wedding coordinator I used was the one at Dreams. They have packages that you can pick from with regards to everything you will need to decide. You can change up the flowers, etc. based on what you are wanting. If you see something that you like, you can email it to them and they can make it as well. I can send you the documents with the choices they sent me if you want.
For those wanting to do wedding passport invitations, I used www.custompassports.com, she did an amazing job, was quick and was definitely less expensive than everywhere else I looked. We also did Thank-you postcards through http://foreverclever...m/postcard.html. I do recommend getting the envelopes though. We didn't and the post office ran them through their stamper even when we asked them not to and destroyed a couple of them.
Relax and enjoy yourself. Once you have everything picked out, they do it all. It was an amazing experience! Definitely a whole lot less stressful than planning a wedding in your home town.