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@ The rectangular tables are 2.44m X 76 cm. The round tables are 1.52m to be exact so just a little bit under 5' 

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We are doing a totally separate honeymoon and going to the Maldives. However, I have three friends who are staying with their husbands and going to other resorts for the week. There is one that is supposed to be awesome if you want me to find the name out.

 

I only have 25 days until I leave for Mexico and 29 days until the big day!!! Eek!!! So much to do!!

 

Yes, please- I'd really appreciate if you would let me know what awesome resort your friends are staying at!!

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They are going to the Banyan Tree Mayakoba. It is supposed to be amazing. They Rosewood Mayakoba and the Fairmont Mayakoba are supposed to be really cool too.

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They are going to the Banyan Tree Mayakoba. It is supposed to be amazing. They Rosewood Mayakoba and the Fairmont Mayakoba are supposed to be really cool too.

Thanks- I'll definitely look into Banyan Tree.  I stayed at one in Thailand and it was amazing!!

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Can you PM about your discussions with their GM too? I'm currently planning on Sensatori- but if there are some changes coming to Fives, I could be convinced to switch.... Especially if pricing was right!

Can I also get in on these emails from the GM?  I just set my date for Feb 8, 2015....less than six months to plan, so I feel I'm so behind the power curve!  Yikes!

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Anyone bringing their own centerpieces?! We are keeping things very simple...going with the Always and Forever Complimentary Package, since we met the few requirements to get it. So the tables and chairs and dinnerware are included. Are center pieces even necessary, or is the scenery pretty enough that I can get by without them? (we are doing the reception in the garden/pool area). We are also debating on just renting speakers and a dock so we can play our own music, instead of hiring a DJ. any opinions are definitely welcome!!

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Anyone bringing their own centerpieces?! We are keeping things very simple...going with the Always and Forever Complimentary Package, since we met the few requirements to get it. So the tables and chairs and dinnerware are included. Are center pieces even necessary, or is the scenery pretty enough that I can get by without them? (we are doing the reception in the garden/pool area). We are also debating on just renting speakers and a dock so we can play our own music, instead of hiring a DJ. any opinions are definitely welcome!!

We will be bringing our own centrepieces.

 

As for DJ it depends on how you want your reception to feel. There is no hard fast rule for sure! We have 80+ booked and my family are big dancers... So a DJ to keep the party going was a must for us... But others may opt for a docking station and a great play list and be totally fine! Do what feels right for you and your FI! It's your day!

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