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I am currently having my reception at the relaxed pool terrace, although contemplating switching to the beach now that I know a couple of the older guests I thought would require wheelchairs are not attending the wedding. Regardless, I had my heart set on white string lights. Did anyone bring their own? The resort doesn't offer the in their packages and I am curious as to how I would go about setting them up. I'm not a cheap person but refuse to pay hundreds just to have someone plug in and hang lights....



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Congrats CLR012! + welcome to our forum community :) you're sure to find great advice + support from your fellow brides here! wishing you all the best with your plans, and have the amazing wedding you've always dreamed of - Cheers!


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Yay! A dreams Tulum bride! :) I don't have an answer for you but I can tell you I asked Landy about paper lanterns and she said we can't hang our own lights/lanterns because of the safety/ladder thing, but quoted me $150 for the resort to hang them. Great inspiration pic, I love it!

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