Post # 17
- Wedding: December 2010 - Al Cielo / La Laguna
Glad to hear you figured it out. Just to be on the safe side have him listed as a guest for your wedding. Once he is a guest he is no longer a vendor and the planner won’t be able to say much (cause who knows what else she might have up her sleeve once you get there). Have seen a few brides do this with hotels down in the Riviera Maya. =)
Post # 18
It sounds like to me that this “planner” is not really a planner. I am a wedding planner and I would never treat a client that way. On the other hand I have been to the bahammas on one of the more native islands. There are not many tourists on this island mostly just locals and if your planner is bohamian they do not have any sense of time. They are very laid back and just do things when they feel like it. That is one of the things that drove me crazy when I went sown there for a feild study for school. There was no time we just did things whenever they were ready! Good luck with everything and I hope it all turns out the way you dreamed!
Post # 19
im glad you got the right information this time