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  1. Thanks for sharing! I am contemplating booking Val or a wedding planner, since I don't know any vendors, or much about Punta Cana (or wedding planning). Is it expensive? It seems it was totally worth it for you. Any tips would be much appreciated.
  2. Hi ladies, I just put down my deposit at Kukua for our wedding October 2017. Bego is so sweet & made my heart melt when she offically "welcomed me" as a Kukua Bride. That is pretty much all I have done (aside from try on a couple of dresses!). Any advice for planning a destination wedding, suggested vendors, tips on how to save money or not stress out are GREATLY APPRECIATED! Also any must haves that Kukua offered that you included (or wish you did) would be helpful. Few things about me: I am a procrastinator & have never been a girly girl that knows exactly what I want. I am also indecisive and wish I wasn't given so many options (awful qualities for a bride, I know). I like simple and vintage. I'm only having a MOH, no bridal party. My fiance and I live in NYC and really just want to have a laid back fun trip for all of our friends and family. Thanks in advance!
  3. Hey friends! So I am at the very first stages. My fiance and I live in Manhattan, but want destination. I'm a little overwhelmed with the choices & every time I think we found the perfect place we find an issue as to why it won't work. I know it's OUR day & we've already gotten the opinions of everyone imaginable, but we do want to be some what accommodating to our guests. So here are some guidelines / dreams we are hoping to find: We are thinking Bahamas, mainly because it is a short flight from NYC. It's also the only island we have been to together in the Caribbean. What other options are close? We don't want to blow the bank - $30K MAX. We liked Sandals, either Bahamas or Jamaica, but they are adults only. As great as that sounds, there is a handful of close friends that would have to bring their kids.. and we're cool with that. Loved the Cove Eleuthera, but it seems super secluded. We don't want our guests to have to go broke over us if they only have the hotel's restaurants to choose choose from. I think we might want all inclusive, but not a spring break atmosphere.. I'm probably talking myself into a corner, but I know it can be done. Right? Any advice helps!
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