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Question for symbolic ceremonies  - when coming back to get married in NY do we need anything signed down there? or just go to the city clerk and get liscense and get married.

Nope, you won't need anything. Since the wedding in Mexico will be symbolic, it is just that and holds no merit once you get home..just married in your hearts!!

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Does anyone know how much it costs to take a taxi from the Now Jade resort into Cancun?  My fiancé and I want to make a Costco run in Cancun and don't want to get hosed by a taxi trying to charge us an unreasonable price.

 

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90 USD to either town, Playa del Carmen or Cancun. The resort keeps taxis on standby

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Hi ladies! I have been reading this blog for a few weeks but havent introduced myself! Our wedding is July 18th, we are doing a beach ceremony and our reception is in the bamboo room. I'm so excited but nervous at the same time because I feel like I have NO CLUE what i'm doing! lol.

 

I do have a few questions though.

 

We are going with the Divine package and recently figured out that we are having more people then we expected. The food is going to be so expensive! I saw there was an option for a buffet, is that still true? and if so, how much would it cost? We are just looking for cheaper options. 

 

Also, what all decorations wise are yall bringing for the inside receptions? 

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Would any past/near future brides be willing to share their completed planning form with me? I'm not sure the kinds of answers some of the questions are looking for...and also I think a part of me just wants proof that it CAN be done and mine will be finished eventually ;)

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For a buffet you have to have more than 50 people I think. I'm not sure on pricing for this, we were under 25 people.

 

I took vases in varying heights, water beads, led lights, paper lanterns and lights for them. my reception was outside. I also took chair sashes, table runners, and napkins.

Rachel I will send you mine, have I emailed you something before? I think I might have you email address already...what is it?

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When previous brides mention they went to the DISCO after their reception are you referring to SCORES the Sports Bar?
I just want to make sure

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For a buffet you have to have more than 50 people I think. I'm not sure on pricing for this, we were under 25 people.

I took vases in varying heights, water beads, led lights, paper lanterns and lights for them. my reception was outside. I also took chair sashes, table runners, and napkins. Rachel I will send you mine, have I emailed you something before? I think I might have you email address already...what is it?

Do you have pictures from your reception? I would love to see your set up.

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I do not have any pictures of the whole set up. It was dark when we got there. These are the best I have.

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I do not have any pictures of the whole set up. It was dark when we got there. These are the best I have.

 

Your vases look AMAZING with the water beads and lights! Was it hard to transport the vases down there? I'm scared to take anything breakable.

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