(Closed) Albuquerque Vendor Review

posted 8 years ago in New Mexico
Post # 3
76 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

Sounds like you had a great wedding! Thanks for the reviews!

Post # 4
224 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

@djkatyk: I’m actually considering the Hispanic Cultural Center for my wedding… do you happen to have any pictures from your wedding? I’d LOVE to see them!! ๐Ÿ™‚

Thanks for posting… reviews are always a big help!

Post # 5
3 posts
  • Wedding: April 2011

Does anyone have any reviews on El Pinto for ceremony and reception?  I’ve googled like crazy for reviews but everything is about the restaurant in general. 

We have a guest list of about 75 people and want to find a location for ceremony and reception….Thanks in advance for the help!!! ๐Ÿ™‚

Post # 6
18 posts
  • Wedding: September 2011

@sculi84: If you send them an e-mail, they’ll respond very quickly. If I recall, it’s about $55 per person….but I could have a faulty memory. You could also try Prarie Star at Santa Ana golf course. You can do both ceremony and reception there. I’ve been to a wedding there and it’s beautiful! Like El Pinto, they respond to e-mail very quickly. 

I don’t know what you want in your location, but both the National Hispanic Cultural Center and the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center have space for a ceremony and reception.

Post # 7
3 posts
  • Wedding: April 2011

Thank you dez!  I’ll have to check into Prarie Star, never even thought about them.  ๐Ÿ™‚

Post # 8
782 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: February 2010

I got married a little less than nine months ago in Albuquerque and had a wonderful experience with all of our vendors. I promise I’ll come back here and give a better review, but feel free to ask me about any of them in the mean time!

Venue (ceremony and reception): Hotel Albuquerque…WONDERFUL. Fantastic food, great service, beautiful location, and extremely accomodating.

Flowers: People’s Flowers on San Mateo and Candelaria…they did great and were a pleasure to work with right from the beginning. I’ve heard horror stories about florists not listening to a single thing the bride said, but all of our flowers came out great.

Cake/Cupcakes: Cupcakeology…run, don’t walk and get some of their cupcakes. I work for a local magazine in Alb and have had the pleasure of trying all of the cupcake (and most cake) bakeries in town and can say that—without a doubt—Cupcakeology has the best cupcakes in town.

DJ: Tuffersound…okay, I may be bias (he’s my brother), but seriously? He will rock your socks off. He knows how to “work” a crowd and get the party started, not to mention that he’ll keep it going all night long. I’ve seen him at his other gigs and he’s just as wonderful at those. Seriously. Get in touch with him.

Day of Coordinator: Celebration! Style with Karen…having her for the day of our wedding was the best desicion we ever made. The entire day was flawless thanks to her. She was worth every single penny.

Photographer: Kim Jackson Photographer…wonderful personality to go along with gorgeous photos. Ask me if you’d like to see ours! She also did our e-pics.

Mariachi’s: my dad actually surprised us with the mariachis and they were out of this world. He went around and listened to about five different groups and picked the most authentic group. Not only that, but they were FUN! Let me know if you need info about them and I can ask my dad.

Dress: Brides by Demetrios. Everyone here went above and beyond their duty to make sure my dress was just how I wanted it. I also liked that if I got my bridesmaid dresses there they got a huge discount on their dresses!

….that’s all I can think of for now. Like I said, it was super short, so I’ll try to go into more detail if anyone has questions ๐Ÿ™‚

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