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#1 Azulbride2014

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    Posted 08 September 2012 - 02:02 PM

    Hiya guys,


    My fiance and I are looking at booking our wedding at Azul Sensatori, Mexico in April when it becomes on sale for 2014..Can I ask, is their a 'pre wedding invitation' of some sort I would send in April confirming the wedding/hotel/flight times etc just to give people enough notice to pay off the holiday for those whos budget could possibly be tight?


    Has anyone done this before?



    #2 Tulumbride2013

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      Posted 09 September 2012 - 04:45 PM

      Congrats! I would def send a save the date out waaayyyy ahead of time, or informally email ppl/word of mouth. You could also make a wedding website free a lot of places and direct ppl there for pricing info or your TAs contact info. The more notice you give the more ppl will think about coming! Does that answer your question? Not sure if that's what you were looking for lol:)

      #3 DestinationGirl

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        Posted 13 September 2012 - 08:37 AM

        My fiance and I made a list of everyone that we wanted to invite to the destination wedding (we are also having an AHR) and opened a wedding email account and send a STD attachment and some information about the date/location, etc. That was our way of giving people a head's up.

        #4 JennyBenz

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          Posted 27 September 2012 - 08:40 AM

          Hey girl!! Welcome to the forums! And congrats from a fellow Sensatori bride to be =)

          [May 18, 2013]


          It''s a VERY good idea to send a "save-the-date" way ahead of time- For ideas & inspiration, check out the DIY forum & invitations/STD posts. We sent ours out 1 year prior to our wedding, with a link to our wedding website. For those who were interested in knowing more about the resort, they could see all the info on our site. For travel info- that you may not be able to include 1 year in advance. Travel rates only usually  go on sale about 8-9 months ahead of time. But, you can include information about averages for that time of year, a link to the resort's site, etc. I just finished my invitations and we included everything needed to book the guests rooms and time line of events, so guests knew when everything was going on. Are you booked at AS already? Once you are, I recommend searching for a reliable Travel Agent that's "GIWC" Gourmet-Inclusive Wedding Consultant" You get many perks for having your TA with a GIWC title- and they work directly with the resort so they get GREAT pricing for groups! Feel free to PM if you have any questions and check out the AS forum =)




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