Dreams Tulum- ? about ceremony
Posted 27 December 2007 - 01:19 PM
Anyway- my question is: can you have readings during the ceremony? Are they flexible if you want to have 2 people do a different reading at some point during the ceremony. Is anyone doing that? Also, other than readings and handing out the fans or schedule thingy before the ceremony (or being a bridesmaid/groomsmen), does anyone have any ideas on how else to involve someone special?? THANKS LADIES!!
Posted 27 December 2007 - 01:29 PM
Yes, response time is pretty slow between Sandra and Landy, but in the end, they are all on top of things.
Yes, you can have as many readings as you want during the ceremony. Just let them know when you get there. You will go over the ceremony once you're at the resort. She will not need to know that info now.
I gave all my "wedding items" like fans, star fish, parasols, guest book and things like that to Sandra at our meeting (the day we got there) and she took care of all that.
I included our moms in the ceremony. Well kinda.... I had Sandra make 2 single flowers with bows and held them with my bouquet. I gave one to my mom on the way down the aisle and gave the other to his mom on the way back up the aisle.
Hope this helps.
Posted 27 December 2007 - 03:02 PM
I believe the payment is actually due 3 days prior to the wedding date. (?) so pretty much once we arrive.
As for ceremony time line... Im not that far ahead yet hehehe! I figure Ill work it all out when we arrive! But I too was thinking of handing out fans...
Posted 27 December 2007 - 03:28 PM
Posted 27 December 2007 - 10:44 PM
Sandra and Landy are so helpful and accomodating. I'm sure they will be able to make whatever you want to happen during your ceremony happen with enough notice. We forgot our music and they were able to download our song for us and play it on cue.
I think I saw a recent post on here regarding including people in a ceremony. I guess it depends on who you are looking to include (a grandparent, a friend, a child?) and how big the wedding is. IMO if it's a small wedding (less than 50), everyone who's there will feel like an honored guest due to the initmacy so there's no real need for special roles.
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