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#1 mslinda

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    Posted 25 September 2013 - 06:48 PM

    What is everyone doing for centerpieces?? I'm debating whether I want flowers or to do something non-floral.

    Does anyone have anything creative and easy to bring to Mexico?

    #2 dreamweddings



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      Posted 27 September 2013 - 09:51 AM

      Originally Posted by mslinda 

      What is everyone doing for centerpieces?? I'm debating whether I want flowers or to do something non-floral.

      Does anyone have anything creative and easy to bring to Mexico?


      Hello Mslinda,


      As wedding planner in the Riviera Maya, we happy to advice you if you are choosing the non floral route then the the best creative idea is to bring candles.do to something like this. Or just simply with candles by using different sizes and heights of the candle holders.


      Maybe loose flowers, and you can bring the marson jars or bottles as seen on the below image.

      Other option can be to do this

      Or this


      Hope this was helpful and please feel free to ask us anything and we will be happy to help.


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      #3 Tbasgall

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        Posted 29 September 2013 - 04:33 PM

        I'm using ikea lanterns that come in a box unassembled. I got the idea from another bride on this site. Posted Image However we are adding a flower on the top like this: Posted Image

        #4 shopnboard

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          Posted 30 September 2013 - 09:42 AM

          That's a great idea! Especially since it will be outdoors and probably not enough lighting once it gets dark. Thanks for sharing!!

          #5 mslinda

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            Posted 30 September 2013 - 01:17 PM

            Thanks for your help! Those are beautiful ideas.

            #6 mslinda

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              Posted 30 September 2013 - 01:18 PM

              OMG I was seriously thinking the same thing. I was staring at them the other day, since we have them in our patio! I wasn't sure if we had to assemble them or if we bought it that way!! Such a great idea!! How are you getting the flowers??

              #7 MrsHK

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              • Wedding Location:CabaƱas Tulum & The Beach Hotel | Tulum, Mexico
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              Posted 25 October 2013 - 04:11 PM

              Hey ladies! This post is for those of you getting married in the Mayan Riviera, Mexico...


              I'm a newlywed from Vancouver, Canada that lives down in Playa Del Carmen, Mexico. I have quite a few decor items leftover from our wedding in May, mostly in a rustic vintage style. I've decided to rent things out to brides that don't want to lug things like vases, mason jars & lanterns down here to Mexico, and have priced things quite fairly compared to the resorts' prices. I have a lots of different types of bottles, mason jars, vases and lanterns, as well as a variety of other items like wooden signs & frames and rustic birdcages.

              If you want a Style Me Pretty or Ruffled type of wedding in Mexico without a huge price tag, I'm your gal! I'm also always interested in buying items that brides bring down and would like to sell after their weddings.

              If you'd like to see some photos and a price list, please send me a PM with your email address and I'll send you all the info. Also if anyone has any questions about the area, ask away! I've lived in Playa for two years and know the area quite well. Happy planning ladies!


              Here's a couple of photos of the items we used in our wedding:


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              Are you interested in an affordable decor rental in the Mayan Riviera, Mexico? Send me a message! Most of the items I have are a rustic, vintage style.

              And the Next Day, We Were Married: http://www.luckygirl...mikee-e-session
              Our Tulum Wedding - Parte Uno: http://www.luckygirl...iesta-parte-uno
              Our Tulum Wedding - Parte Dos: http://www.luckygirl...iesta-parte-dos

              Tulum Wedding Video: http://loveandrum.co...o-katy-mikee-hk
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