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#11 JPMO

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    Posted 27 January 2008 - 06:30 AM

    Dreams does do bonfires however you must be very specific about what you'd like. Plus the fire pit used is just in front of the putting green. We had one lit adjacent to the welcome dinner and it didn't really get used.

    It's still a great idea though. If you could manage to buy your own Smores supplies at the grocery store I'd recommend that instead of the $8pp charge.

    Secondly, just past the lobby bar is a huge pit in which your guests can sit around. My family always ended up in this area and it became an impromptu party for all. Even guests were happy to be a part of the atmosphere since dreams is a bit quite at times.
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    #12 kiki

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      Posted 28 January 2008 - 12:49 AM

      RIU GIRLS: Where are you guys having your cocktail hour/reception/dancing?? I'm not interested in the mexican private area as its too small and my friend showed me pics of the private garden and its really nice but I think i would want my dancing at a different place, but where? And cocktail hour: any of you having it on the beach?

      what are the prices for private areas and open bar?

      #13 Indecisive Bride to be

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        Posted 28 January 2008 - 12:26 PM

        How many people does the private mexican area hold? I'm planning my wedding at the riu as well but we are only having 10 in total since we are eloping.

        #14 A&P08

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          Posted 28 January 2008 - 07:35 PM

          We are having out ceremony at he gazebo. I too did not like the mexican because I thought it was too small. I think it is beautiful, but to small. So, we are having it either on the beach or in the ballroom. We are still debating. We do know that we are hiring this company called Oxten (OXTEN -LOS CABOS-). They do nice work and transform the room for you which ever way you want. The ballroom does not have a dance floor so you would have to purchase one and it does not have much style. Which is why we are hiring these people. I will let you know what I am def. doing, hopefully very soon. I don't know what I am doing for cocktail yet.

          #15 ccwinn

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            Posted 31 January 2008 - 04:54 PM

            Has anyone hired the fire dancers or have any experience with them there?

            #16 A&P08

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              Posted 01 February 2008 - 10:45 PM

              I wanted to hire fire-dancers and Daniela told me that the price depends on the music I want. Did she tell anyone else this? How long are the fire dancers there for?




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