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Hi everyone, It's my first time here and I'm planning a DW for Nov 2013 and I don't know where to start. I badly need help organizing and finally starting this whole journey. Thank you in advance :)

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Congrats Tashonte ! you've definitely come to the right place for some great ideas + planning advice - Welcome to this forum community :) your fellow brides here will provide you an invaluable resource to find the best info on forming the plans just right for you ! all the best with your process, and enjoy the journey ahead :)

 

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If you don't know the Riviera Maya, why not take a quick trip and check out the different resorts (boutique and large AI). There is something here to fit every taste and budget, with the warm Caribbean waters as a bonus.

 

The Riviera Maya is relatively easy to get to from anywhere in North America.

 

We prefer Isla Mujeres, Tulum and Cozumel. 

 

Good luck with your planning.

 

Jennifer

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Hello Tashonte! Welcome to the forum and congratulations, enjoy the planning!!

Riviera Maya is an excellent destination for a wedding, it has it all, amazing beaches, breathtaking sunsets and lovely weather! Maybe this is the place you´ll like to go!! visit www.rivieramaya.com for more information!

 

ENJOY!!

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