Dreams Punta Cana Brides
Posted 18 May 2010 - 01:18 PM
toya, you are getting SO close!! it makes me so sad (for myself)/happy (for you all) that everyone still has this to look forward to! maybe it's just me, but i can't say that my wedding day was the happiest day of my life because the whole time i was there was the happiest WEEK of my life! i can't wait to see everyone's pictures when they come back to see if you and your guests enjoyed the same things we did, etc.!
oh, ska, i also have a warning about the monkey. make sure you take note of how expensive pictures with the animals are if you aren't planning on purchasing them for your guests. my stepdaughter took her picture with the monkey and just to get one print cost us $15. cds are $30 (but you get your 4 or 5 poses on it) they only have the monkey 2 days a week, so i don't know if they would charge extra to bring him in from the zoo when it's an off day?
Posted 18 May 2010 - 02:50 PM
I am planning to get married at the Dreams Punta Cana... but just wondering if anyone has information or have gotten married there prevuiously.
I have tried to email the resort and no one is getting back to me, anyone else have this problem?
when you choose the reception, do you get to choose locations, and what is included in the reception dinner, drinks, etc etc
anyone using another photograp[her outside the resort?
Posted 18 May 2010 - 03:26 PM
Actually, quick question for those having a symbolic wedding only. Did you get a handout or something on what the WC performing the ceremony is going to say or did you provide her with what you want said at your ceremony? Didn't want my ceremony to only last 5 minutes..so I'm confused on what will be said since mine won't be religious or civil......
Posted 18 May 2010 - 03:30 PM
Posted 18 May 2010 - 04:43 PM
| Originally Posted by ebredhawk |
can i make a suggestion on the cigar roller? our guests (DH especially) were OBSESSED with the cigars down there. we made friends with one of the bartenders who warned us that a lot of times the vendors and rollers use banana leaves to roll the cigars in and they just aren't that great of quality then. if you really wanted to have cigars, i suggest buying some once you get down there and have them sitting out on the cocktail hour tables! it's also SUPER hard to keep them lit since it's so humid all the time.
Posted 18 May 2010 - 04:44 PM
Posted 18 May 2010 - 04:57 PM
hopefully someone else can answer your question about the symbolic ceremony with the WC performing it. pastor york performed ours so i can only speak to what he does.
toya, we actually befriended some bartenders and the guys told them we wanted cigars. they came back after about 30 minutes with all different kinds and we got them for really good prices! when in doubt, you can just buy them in the gift shop to the left of the disco that has TONS of different kinds of cigars, humidors, etc.! and i hope you are getting back into the swing of things after your computer blow up!! it'll all be worth it here soon!
Posted 18 May 2010 - 05:17 PM
Posted 19 May 2010 - 02:31 PM
2) La Baracaza
3) My photog and videographer
i don't regret anything that i did... except maybe spending too much time on little details that no one, including me, noticed on the wedding day!!
Posted 19 May 2010 - 03:53 PM
I'm getting pretty pumped about Christine's wedding next week. I feel so lucky to travel and be apart of such an incredible day. AND... this time I have my macro lens so I'll be spending lots of time with the flowers in the garden. be prepared for pics ladies. hah! any requests?
I can't remember when I was back there what the deal was with cell phones cuz I didn't bring mine. Erin did you guys bring yours or turn it on?
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