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I am getting married November 1, 2013. The only time they had open was 2pm :( Are any of you getting married that early in the day? I feel that is too early for a sit down dinner? The wedding coordinator said that most people break for a few hours in between the ceremony and reception and come back for dinner and dancing. That sounds strange to me.

 

I am looking to bring my own decorations for the wedding. Is it really that much cheaper? Any decor suggestions for a BOHO themed wedding?

 

thanks for your help in advance,

 

Tami

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Congrats on your upcoming Nov wedding tamizeevi !!! and welcome to our forum community :) welcome.gif

 

You've come to the right place for lots of info, suggestions + support, so well done, you're already off to a great start!

 

Wising you happy research + planning and that you easily create the Most Magnificent Wedding Celebration Ever!!! Cheers :)

 

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Originally Posted by tamizeevi View Post

 

Hi girls,

 

I am getting married November 1, 2013. The only time they had open was 2pm :( Are any of you getting married that early in the day? I feel that is too early for a sit down dinner? The wedding coordinator said that most people break for a few hours in between the ceremony and reception and come back for dinner and dancing. That sounds strange to me.

 

I am looking to bring my own decorations for the wedding. Is it really that much cheaper? Any decor suggestions for a BOHO themed wedding?

 

thanks for your help in advance,

 

Tami

 

Hello Tami,

Congrats in your upcoming wedding. 

Unfortunately due to the many weddings performed in the AI hotels it is usual to have a break of hours after the ceremony which i found weird too.  In that case you might ask your on site wc at the Hotel to have your ceremony after sunset, perhaps it is already dark but I would prefer 1000 times to have a romantic ceremony on the dark where you can illuminate with lots of candles that at 2 pm. under the sun and with a really hot weather.  BUT I understand if you do not.

 

For your photo session you can have it just before sunset and then godirectly to your ceremony.  It could be more expensive because you will have to invest in lighting for the Gazebo and in candles but I think it could be very romantic and a better option.

 

I am attaching a 2 photos of our night ceremonies.

Regarding the deco, you can PM me and I will be happy to send you our catalogue, perhaps you find something for your BOHO wedding.

 

Best Regards,

 

 

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Hey Tami,

 

2pm is definitely a toughie... it can be quite intensely hot during that time.  If changing your time is not an option, make sure there are plenty of non-alcoholic beverages available and shade where the guests will be sitting.  Remember that with the natural beauty that surrounds you, minimal decoration is necessary (think earthy canvas sashes and mason jar candles against the vivid blues of the ocean and the deep green jungle!).

 

Happy Planning!

 

Sofia

Lori's Office Assistant

 

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