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Originally Posted by Braf View Post

 

Does anybody know anything about Blue Venado's preferred providers? I can't seem to find any reviews on them.

 

http://www.pentaflor.com.mx/ - The florist

http://quazzproducciones.com/ - Video/Photos

http://partyplanetproductions.com/ - DJ/Entertainment

http://paradisusweddings.com/ - Coordination

Preferred vendors typically means "pays a commission to the hotel" for being recommended...  :)

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Originally Posted by Braf View Post

 

Does anybody know anything about Blue Venado's preferred providers? I can't seem to find any reviews on them.

 

http://www.pentaflor.com.mx/ - The florist

http://quazzproducciones.com/ - Video/Photos

http://partyplanetproductions.com/ - DJ/Entertainment

http://paradisusweddings.com/ - Coordination

 im bringing my own band, mariachi,photographer and wedding planner so this probably isnt that helpful...but i did a LOT of research before i chose them and didnt come across any of them

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Yes, well they said they were open to anyone these were just their proveedores de confianza. We just thought we should look into them before dismissing lol

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Originally Posted by Braf View Post

 

Yes, well they said they were open to anyone these were just their proveedores de confianza. We just thought we should look into them before dismissing lol

 

have you definitely decided on BV or is it just an option?! I only booked last week so im working out the details of mine. cant decide between set menus (chef recommendations) that come with all the extras - midnight snack, cocktail, decoration....or a la carte. im dying to know what someone else is doing...,.i only have 2 months till my wedding!

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I see that the recommended coordinator, Paradisius Weddings, has our wedding pictures up on their facebook page and website. I just want to clarify that we did not use this vendor. We hired Erica of Weddings in Playa, who did the greatest job at putting our wedding together.

Maybe Paradisius is just trying to show other weddings at BV on their site but it's confusing for other brides considering them and I would hate to think they are taking credit for something they had no involvement in.

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Originally Posted by Ceelou View Post

 

I see that the recommended coordinator, Paradisius Weddings, has our wedding pictures up on their facebook page and website. I just want to clarify that we did not use this vendor. We hired Erica of Weddings in Playa, who did the greatest job at putting our wedding together.

Maybe Paradisius is just trying to show other weddings at BV on their site but it's confusing for other brides considering them and I would hate to think they are taking credit for something they had no involvement in.

Christine,

 

Hummmm... I'm very sorry about this.   For sure, we sent some images (with our logo) and we control the copyright of these images with BV such that they MUST NOT distribute the images and we only allow the license of these images for 1 year so that we can check to make sure they are using them within our terms... This protects our clients and also protects them for not taking advantage of the images as well.

 

In this case, they have distributed the images to Paradisus without our or your consent.  FYI, We sent a message to Paradisus and asked them to stop using the images and are also trying to contact BV via phone to express our concerns with this matter.  

 

I'd like to offer you our sincerest apologies for this and reassure that we did not authorize this use.

 

We will be in touch,

Matt

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Originally Posted by JessiTaylor View Post

 

 

have you definitely decided on BV or is it just an option?! I only booked last week so im working out the details of mine. cant decide between set menus (chef recommendations) that come with all the extras - midnight snack, cocktail, decoration....or a la carte. im dying to know what someone else is doing...,.i only have 2 months till my wedding!

 

It's just an option, but at the moment our no.1 option. I'm in London so can probably only visit once before the big day in August 2014 so just trying to find out as much as I can before visiting in April. Only two months? That's exciting! Stressful but exciting!

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Hi Matt - no need to apologize...

I just want to make sure I support all the amazing people that DID make our wedding so great and ensure they are getting the credit they deserve!

Thanks for looking into it!
 

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