Rehersal / welcome Dinner
Posted 02 January 2007 - 05:04 PM
Just hoping that your ideas will help us figure out this problem.
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Posted 14 January 2007 - 08:36 PM
have you asked claudia what your options are? can she set aside a part of the restaurant for a dinner? some of her reservations doing this may be that she thinks you may stay too long and other resort members will not be able to diner there...if this is the case, maybe say that you will just use it for 1.5.
i guess you have to look for a solution by trying to figure out what their reasons for not accomodating your requests are: ie. the extra wait staff, taking up space in restaurants etc....and then find a way to minimize these issues.
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Posted 23 January 2007 - 08:17 PM
We went to a wedding in DR last year, and what the B&G did, was leave a notice under our doors the night before/morning of the welcome dinner to let us know that we would all try and meet at the buffet restaurant between 8:30-9pm for everyone to be together the night b4 the wedding.
Most other guests at the resort were done dinner by 7:30, so it ensured space for all of us. We had a fairly quick meal, then all went down to the beach bar for drinks.
It worked out beautifully, and no-one was any the wiser...
Hope that helps...?
Posted 24 January 2007 - 02:58 AM
Posted 24 January 2007 - 12:25 PM
The B&G had a very informal wedding, so it just added to the whole atmosphere of the day for them.
Even if you're doing a more formal affair, IMO a private-ish reception works well.
I'm going away (personally) to get married so I DON'T have to all the formality stuff - it's just not me.
I'll try and remember other stuff that they did and let you know.
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