| Originally Posted by Jaime+Brandon |
It's me!! Hi Michele! I'm doing the same exact thing... getting married at Las Caletas while in port. I'm not going until Oct. 2010 though. I'm assuming you're doing the 7-day Mexican Riviera Cruise... what have you done so far? Do you have a photographer? Did you send out your invitations?
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Guess it looks like I'll be going before you. I'm doing a carnival cruise...Carnival Splendor departing Los Angeles 2/21/2010. First port is P.V! I'm glad we go there first so I can relax and enjoy the rest of the cruise after the wedding.
I haven't sent invitations yet. I just sent out a mass e-mail to family and friends with the cruise info, so guests could book early if they were able to. I did get an invitation from a friend who is doing a wedding cruise to Cabo next weekend. They are getting married in port on the ship in san diego (I'll get to see the wedding I turned down - getting married on the ship seemed like getting married on a time line because the guest that are not sailing have to get off the boat before it sails) Anyway; her invitations looked like a ticket book like you use to get from the airlines. I don't know if Carnival printed them since they had all the booking info on them or if she had them printed. I thinking of doing something along those lines for invitations. I'll decide after I return from her wedding. Havent even started looking at photographers yet ( I'm almost thinking of seeing if I can find a local one that will do the wedding if I pay for their cruise. That might be less expensive in the long run.).
Can anyone tell me about the music options? ie: DJ (good or bad) live music etc.