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#1 poppy

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    Posted 04 February 2012 - 08:07 PM

    I booked 30 rooms (60 plane tickets) to Royal Solaris beginning 2/28/2012 and ending 3/3.  I was planning on just walking out to the sand saying I do!  I understand the resort is all inclusive and we can just go to the mexican buffet following the sand celebration, a long with a DJ in the lobby bar every night to dance to.

     

    All of a sudden I'm super worried that they'll JUST SAY NO to me gathering on the sand in a white dress with 60 guests.

     

    Any experience with the impromtu?



    #2 tyandnique

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      Posted 05 February 2012 - 01:38 PM

      Just curious.... why are you going the impromptu route rather than formally booking? 

       

      I'm sure they wont stop you, but also won't provide any assistance/support. Doesn't seem like need them to help, so Im sure you're fine.



      #3 daizyduke

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        Posted 05 February 2012 - 01:50 PM

        I'm no expert on Mexican weddings, but my understanding is that they require blood work and other formalities before you can get married there.  Are you only planning on doing a sand ceremony?  Is there a legal ceremony?  Do you require an officiant?  Do you need certain documents? 

         

        If they have another bride booked that day/place, it might be an issue.

         

        I would personally clear it with the hotel, but that could just be the Type A personality speaking.  It wouldn't be difficult, and you could still have that carefree wedding you are craving.



        #4 poppy

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          Posted 06 February 2012 - 10:44 AM

          My friend is a pastor so he is performing the ceremony, and that's why we decided to go impromptu, we didn't want the official Mexican ceremony because of all the red tape.  We will be legally married in CA when we come back.  It is a sand ceremony and there are no other weddings there.  We reserved the beach for our "group meeting" for the hour needed as a private cocktail hour.  Since the resort is all inclusive the DJ/dance floor and restaurants are free.  For weddings they tack on all kinds of fees but for just a meeting party they give you an hour fee private cocktail session, and a guaranteed group dinner seating.  Just because I'm wearing a white dress I didn't think it was a necessity to have the "free heart shaped cake" that comes with the $2000 wedding fee.

           

          No of course i'm starting to worry. 






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