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That's brilliant! I'm so glad that the information was useful for to you, and I agree it would be nice to have some time to yourself.  What country are you from as I have a contact she is a travel agent and Sandos's wedding specialist that is able to help if you are from USA or Canada. She is licenced to book rooms/block rooms and flights. You might have already spoken to her to be honest. She isn't really helpful to me with the flight side of things as I live in England. She would be able to give you quotes and room prices & flights prices. Let me know if you would like her details. I emailed Gaby last week & I was told that you can't book the package without booking a room, strange!

 

I was looking at a June date, but I can imagine all months are popular. What month did you pick originally? It's a shame that you didn't get the date you wanted but I am glad you have a date booked and everything is moving forward for you :)

 

That package does look lovely and yes you can always add to it.

 

I have only contacted Gaby does answer questions, she gets back to me around 2 days later , but I appreciate she must be really busy, Maria too. The wedding specialist I spoke about earlier gave me an email address for Maria but when I emailed her I got an email back to say contact Gaby. I don't think I will get to speak to Maria until I book a package which is a shame.

 

That would be brilliant if you could forward the "kit" to me as it would be really useful. Thank you so much for that  :D

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That's brilliant! I'm so glad that the information was useful for to you, and I agree it would be nice to have some time to yourself.  What country are you from as I have a contact she is a travel agent and Sandos's wedding specialist that is able to help if you are from USA or Canada. She is licenced to book rooms/block rooms and flights. You might have already spoken to her to be honest. She isn't really helpful to me with the flight side of things as I live in England. She would be able to give you quotes and room prices & flights prices. Let me know if you would like her details. I emailed Gaby last week & I was told that you can't book the package without booking a room, strange!

 

I was looking at a June date, but I can imagine all months are popular. What month did you pick originally? It's a shame that you didn't get the date you wanted but I am glad you have a date booked and everything is moving forward for you :)

 

That package does look lovely and yes you can always add to it.

 

I have only contacted Gaby does answer questions, she gets back to me around 2 days later , but I appreciate she must be really busy, Maria too. The wedding specialist I spoke about earlier gave me an email address for Maria but when I emailed her I got an email back to say contact Gaby. I don't think I will get to speak to Maria until I book a package which is a shame.

 

That would be brilliant if you could forward the "kit" to me as it would be really useful. Thank you so much for that  :D

 

I'm from Canada, but we did already find an agency here that was wonderful and helped us book and put a deposit down already :) thanks so much though! That does seem really strange!! that's too bad you have to wait until you book your flights to book your wedding :(

 

Oh perfect, that may not be one of their busy months so that is good :) I was looking at November and other dates in October but we are happy with our date now!

 

Oh okay, yes i spoke with Maria at first and she gave me details about some of the packages but lately it's just been Gaby now. 

 

Sure! They are on Google drive and I couldn't figure our how to attach them in here but if you send me your email I will forward the documents to you!

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Good you have your rooms all sorted out.

Well it's not the flight it's the rooms that we need to book.

Funnily enough we were looking at October/November originally.

Perfect, I will pm you my email address.Thanks so much :)

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Hi @@Hbinning!

Sandos Playacar is a really good Resort, they really know their job at weddings, no regrets.

The gazebo is great option for the ceremony and i suggest you may be want to include the lighted dance floor for the reception at the beach. 

The Resort has some really good amenities for the little ones of your family, so its a win, win for the little ones and grown ups. You and your guests are going to enjoy your time there.

Let me show you some of photography job right there at Playa del Carmen. We really have so much fun before, during and even after your BIG DAY.

take a look at it and enjoy every single moment of this journey :)

 

http://gonzalonunez.com

This are some Pictures taken at The Royal Playa del Carmen.

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