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#1 princym

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    Posted 24 September 2012 - 08:07 AM

    Hi Everyone,

    I have recently got engaged and we are considering doing a destination wedding. We are looking into Aruba & Mexico as options. We are open to any suggestions, but we have a few concerns. We are both malayalee (South Indian) but we are different religions. We want to perform both services in one day and we are looking for a time frame of late Aug- Sept 2013. I know that hurricane season is also something to keep in mind. We are looking to provide a great destination wedding but also a great vacation feel for our guests.

    Has anyone had experience with any of this? did the travel agent help a lot & the hotel coordinator or did you use a wedding planner? how many times did you visit the area before the wedding? how have interfaith marriage ceremonies been performed?

     

    Any help or suggestions are welcome!  Thanks!!!



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      Posted 25 September 2012 - 06:55 AM

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      #3 Matt Adcock

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        Posted 25 September 2012 - 08:04 AM

        Originally Posted by princym 

        Hi Everyone,

        I have recently got engaged and we are considering doing a destination wedding. We are looking into Aruba & Mexico as options. We are open to any suggestions, but we have a few concerns. We are both malayalee (South Indian) but we are different religions. We want to perform both services in one day and we are looking for a time frame of late Aug- Sept 2013. I know that hurricane season is also something to keep in mind. We are looking to provide a great destination wedding but also a great vacation feel for our guests.

        Has anyone had experience with any of this? did the travel agent help a lot & the hotel coordinator or did you use a wedding planner? how many times did you visit the area before the wedding? how have interfaith marriage ceremonies been performed?

         

        Any help or suggestions are welcome!  Thanks!!!

        Hi Princym,

         

        First of all congrats on your upcoming wedding.

         

        There are many hotels in the Mayan Riviera that specialize in weddings but there is also a handful talented wedding coordinators that will help you through the entire process so you can just enjoy your day.

         

        I guess first thing we need to know is how many guests are you expecting? Here are some samples of Christian - Hindu Weddings we've captured to help you visualize your day:

         

        Grand Velas, RM

         

        Iberostar Grand Paraiso

         

        Barcelo Maya Complex

         

        Feel free to send me a PM, I would be happy to offer you some guidance :)

         

        Best wishes!



        #4 kumarv

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          Posted 14 November 2012 - 06:43 PM

          Hi Princym,

           

          My name is varsha and I was previously an Indian DW bride at Riu Palace RM. I had found that the resort planners were not very helpful at a lot of resorts because they were not familiar with indian weddings and they were very tardy with correspondance so I took it upon myself to do all my own research and plan and coordinate my own wedding from A-Z. I have since started my own destination wedding company for Mexico weddings and offer all services from beginning to end including set-up, decorations, DJ, dancefloor, entertainment, hair and makeup, mehndi etc. If you still require assistance please feel free to email me at fairytaledestinationweddings@hotmail.com or PM me.

           

          Cheers,

           

          Varsha






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