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Judge had to...sh move time of wedding...should I be concerned?

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My date is June 6th at the Azul and the time was confirmed for 4:00. Today I received an email from the wc saying the judge had to back it up an hour to 3:00. I know in the scheme of things it is only an hour, but should I be concerned that this could change again...but at the last minute?

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I am sure it will be fine and you still have about 8 months before so don't worry, things are bound to change, maybe just tell your WC that you would like her to let you know as soon as things are changed so you can include it in your plans.

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I had the same problem. I had booked for 4 Pm and I was switched to 1pm! AND, the WON'T verify it until I am IN Mexico... so it could change again for all I know!

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I know in the DR (where we are getting married) there is only 1 judge and that they are usually late. Not sure how things work in Azul -- but I know for legal weddings in the DR, the WC asks that you be relatively flexible, as they will adjust times accordingly based on the judge's arrival.

 

A lot of times it's out of your control, so just be prepared and go with the flow.

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I wouldn't worry at all. My ceremony time was changed from 5pm to 6pm on the day of our wedding. (We moved the time though)Our wedding coordinator (Maye Cortinas) just called our vendors and told them. No problems....we just had to mention it to our guests. Also this was 3 days before the wedding.

 

I wouldn't worry.

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If they're running on "island time" things might not get rolling until 4pm anyway. There's so many other things to stress out about, I think you should just let this one go to keep the sanity... I would.

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