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Azul Beach Sky Wedding - Has anyone had their wedding on the roof?

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I've been debating having my wedding on the rooftop of the Azul Beach instead of on the actual beach. Has anyone done this and have any comments? I also have been having a hard time finding photos of people getting married there to get a sense of what it looks like. Any help is greatly appreciated!

 

Candice 

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it sounds amazing, but my first thought is does it have enough room to accommodate your entire wedding/guests?

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I am getting married at the sky location on 3-15-12. I will let you know how it goes! I'm kind of worried it will be super windy. 

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Hi!  I'm wondering how the sky wedding went.  I was under the impression you could only do the sky wedding at Sensatori.  We will be getting married Mar.2013 at Azul, just locked down the date. 

 

Please let me know.

 

Kindest Regards, TinaBee

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hey Daisy!

 

Can you please let me know how the wedding went at the Azul beach? I am thinking of this placea as my dw place.

Looking forward to hearing from you!

 

-MariaBee

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Originally Posted by Dasiy4835 View Post

 

I am getting married at the sky location on 3-15-12. I will let you know how it goes! I'm kind of worried it will be super windy. 

Hey Dasiy, 

 

Congrats on your wedding!  I'm about to book mine.  How was it?  I've only seen pictures of ceremony set ups.  where did you have your reception?  was there somewhere outdoors at the sky location for dinner and dancing?

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Congrats Candice + welcome to this forum! we captured some magical wedding "moments that matter" at the Barcelo Maya Azul Beach as shown here.......with an album link to more photos here......https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10150194040364487.322058.18683524486&type=3

 

 

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wishing you all the best with your plans and exciting times ahead! 

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Hello Brides,

 

If you have not yet booked your wedding and are considering El Dorado and Azul Resorts, you may want to consider doing a Bride's Dress Rehearsal.

 

 

For only $399 per couple, brides and their grooms can stay for 3 nights at their hotel of choice and have the opportunity to taste different cake options, sample menu items and even view the various locations and setups for their ceremony and private events!  
Brides Dress Rehearsal includes: • Upgrade to best available suite upon arrival • Sample gourmet delicacies and wedding cakes from our private event banquet menu • $500 food and beverage credit after 10 rooms or more are booked* • Meet photographers and other wedding vendors and view wedding set ups • Meet the wedding coordinators • Romantically decorated suite And more!
 
2013 Trip details What: A pre-scheduled Fam Trip for wedding couples When: Once a month (Thursday – Sunday) or (Friday – Monday) Dates: 1/17-1/20, 2/7-2/10, 3/7-3/10, 4/11-4/14, 5/16-5/19, 6/27-6/30, 7/18-7/21, 8/15-8/18, 9/19-9/22, 10/10-10/13, 11/7-11/10, 12/5-12/8, 2013 Where: Any El Dorado Spa Resort or Azul Hotel, by Karisma  
For more information: Karisma Hotels Dress Rehearsal
 
or you can see the information in the images or the flyer below.
 

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*Wedding must be confirmed within 10 days of Brides Dress Rehearsal in order to receive the $500 credit towards your wedding. $500 credit will not apply to groups with less than 10 rooms. This Promotion is combinable with the Bride and Groom stay free promotion. No coupons may be used on these bookings. Transfers included between resorts only, airfare and airport transfers are not included. GIVC points cannot be used to pay for this package. GIVC will not receive points for this booking. Not valid if wedding date is held or deposited.   Travel agents are not permitted to attend. All couples will be required to sign a disclaimer at check-in stating that they will attend a site inspection of the host hotel as well as a presentation at El Dorado Royale on Saturday morning. Clients who want to travel outside of selected dates will be required to pay the current hotel rate at the time and will not receive the $500 towards the F & B portion of any private event they book. Booking must be made 30 days in advance; space is limited.

 

If you would like to download the full flyer it is here:

 

 

 

Brides Dress Rehearsal_wright travel agency.pdf

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