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Snswedding2016 Planning Thread - Jan 9 2016 (Azul Fives)

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Yes this site is definitely a lifesaver. I've been lurking here for months and now I finally realize that I need some help. I have contacted myweddingaway.com and specifically asked for Karen after your glowing review of her. Hopefully she can help out a fellow Canadian bride. In the meantime, I do have a question for you or anyone here that can answer...Do you have to be staying at the Azul Fives resort to have a wedding there? I love the idea of having a wedding on the sky deck but I really don't want to stay at the resort.

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@ yay! I'm so glad you're contacting Karen - I love her!! She's the best! She was just in Thailand for three weeks (looking at gorgeous honeymoon/wedding properties!) and I think she should be back tomorrow.  :) Let me know if you have any questions about working with myweddingaway.com. I'll also send her a message to look out for your email (tell her I sent you ...I'll pm you with some info). 

 

As for having a wedding at Azul Fives and not staying there - I'm not actually sure about that one. I wonder if you would need to pay for day passes for everyone. @@TinkerSofi do you know if AF would allow this?


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I wasn't planning on really doing a gift for my flower girl as we're getting her outfit for the wedding BUT I just couldn't resist after seeing this on etsy. It is so cute and they will personalize a little note to go with it. It isn't very expensive and I can also save on shipping as the seller is based out of Toronto!  :) Just a little something to show our appreciation for her being part of our big day!

 

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How come i hadn't seen your engagement photos! They look great :), photos in cancun always seems to do a great job from what I've seen :)

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@@TinkerSofi thanks so much!! We had a lot of fun during the photo shoot!  :) It was also great to meet Derek in person after so much planning over email.

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@@snswedding2016 omg everything you've done and are planning to do is amazing. I learn so much and get so inspired by these threads. I hope when I get more into my planning I can give back to all the future brides.

 

LOVE the novel flowers. I need these!

 

Beautiful engagement photos! So wonderful that you got to meet your photographer first.

 

Can't wait for your next post.

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@@ashhtayy Thanks so much!!! Let me know if you'd like the etsy seller for the paper flowers. She was great to work with, was able to accommodate my book request and she shipped it out very quickly.  :)

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Omg,  l love the collapsible shot glasses.  So nice!  :)  What is the nameof the vendor that does the cufflinks?

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@@snswedding2016 I would love your etsy sellers contact information. not sure I can fit them into my vision perfectly but my best friend is getting married this summer and is using old novels within her centrepieces and has purchased novel page confetti. I think these would look amazing on her tables as well. Thanks in advance!

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