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Emily11386

2013 Gran Caribe Real/ Royal Cancun Brides

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Hi everyone! I am booked for November 15th and the Gran Caribe Catholic Chapel with the cocktail hour at the terrace and the reception at one of the ballrooms. We got the royal catholic wedding package. I have about a million questions about everything, but they pretty much boil down to, what should I use from the package and what should we spend the money to upgrade on? We are looking at about 75 people. I'm specially thinking about the photographer and videographer as well as the DJ to upgrade on. Having perfect pictures and video as well as a fantastic DJ that will go until midnight or 1 who can play everything from reggaeton to country are the most important things to us. Also, I'm planning on getting the STD cards within the next few weeks and we want to put as much travel info on our wedding website as possible so our guests can get the best deals they can; what suggestions does everyone have? Any advice on anything would be greatly appreciated!! Thanks!

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I am booked for November 15th at GCR!! Catholic chapel, Cocktail hour on the terrace, and the reception in the ballroom. We picked the royal catholic wedding package. My main concern is what from the package should we keep and what should we upgrade on or get outside vendors for. I'm thinking the photographer, videographer, and DJ--thoughts?? Also, how to get the best deals for our guests for rooms at GCR and flights. Thanks!!

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Perfect!!! I hate to think of having to pay for a welcome dinner when everyone paid for their meals already!!! So you guys all showed up @ same time to Sunset Grille and they took you in w/o a problem?? 

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Also does anybody know if you have to do all the mexican traditions if you're getting married at the chapel?  Wondering if anyone got away with not doing the whole lazo and coins?

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I asked my wedding coordinator about the Mexican traditions ie the coins, lazo, ect and was told that those are part of a Catholic wedding (in Mexican tradition) and if you are having a catholic ceremony those are part of it.

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