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Originally Posted by murphy2013 View Post


Hi all-

I am attempting to get married at Dreams Tulum June 2013; however, I am having great difficulty in the resort allowing my guests to reserve their own rooms and still get the promotional rate.  The resort is requesting that all reservations/money channel through me instead of allowing each person to call with their own financial information.


Anyone else having this difficulty?

many brides avoid that problem by using a Travel Agent to handle their group booking.  Then your guests can contact us to ask questions, make their reservations, make their payments, deal with any changes, etc.


We work really closely with Dreams Tulum (and I am a past Dreams Cabo bride ;)



You might want to try one of the BDW Travel Agents.  We Specialize in Destination weddings.  You can contact us HERE!


If you do not know what TA you want to work with, just fill out the form Contact a Destination Wedding Specialist HERE and I will direct you to the best agent that fits your needs.


You can contact us:  Contact a Destination Wedding Specialist HERE and I will direct you to the best agent that fits your needs.


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Hey ladies!


I look forward to hearing how your weddings went at Dreams Tulum..  I am getting married there in January.  Any hints and tips that you found would be most appreciated.  I plan to get married on the beach and bring most all of my own decor and fabric.  Are you getting a DJ?


Thanks!!! :)

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Hi Vanessa


I'll be getting married at the Dreams Tulum next week!  I booked an external DJ. His name is DJ Bijan from Mayanvibes.  So far, all the communication with him has been great. Let me know if you need any more info.

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Hello Ladies!


I'm getting married in Tulum on 11.11.14 and would love ANY advice or tips! The only time they had left available for our ceremony is 2p. This means the ceremony will be done at 2.30ish, then cocktail hour doesn't start until 5p! Have any of you got married at this 2p time? What did you do to fill the time before cocktail hour?


Also any suggestions on where to have the reception (indoors or outdoors) would be appreciated as well.


Thank you!

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