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Hi Jaime!  I have my own company www.sunshinewinters.com I'm glad to hear that the Ipod is a good option and that someone with the hotel can work it.  That puts me at ease about that.  

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Originally Posted by rkf1046 View Post

 

I am also using an Ipod for all the events and I was curious how you girls using Ipods were going to announce yourselves at the reception if at all?  I have planned a cocktail while we take pics and then I assumed we would be announced at the reception but as I was reading about the ipods I just realized who does that if you aren't getting a DJ.  Any thoughts? ideas?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We just asked one of our guests to do it.  The microphone comes with the rental of the sound equipment.  If you don't want to do that I'm sure one of the WC's will do it for you.  They're at the reception the entire time.

 

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Originally Posted by TLGnhci View Post

 

The resort let you have music for your welcome reception?  We will probably do this as well, but I didn't know you could play music for that.  Do you have to order any special equipment?

 

 

 

It's the same equipment they rent for the reception.  It cost $150 for the welcome reception.  I never asked about the difference in price but I assume it's because the welcome/cocktail reception is only 2 hours and the dinner/wedding reception is 4 hours.  I never even asked for it. I just noticed it was on my detail sheet and I just went along with it.

 

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Oh, okay, cool.  Was your welcome reception basically your "included dinner" since you held a private reception?  Did you just play background music? 
 

Originally Posted by daniepps View Post




It's the same equipment they rent for the reception.  It cost $150 for the welcome reception.  I never asked about the difference in price but I assume it's because the welcome/cocktail reception is only 2 hours and the dinner/wedding reception is 4 hours.  I never even asked for it. I just noticed it was on my detail sheet and I just went along with it.
 



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hi all,

we are getting married in may next year at sensatori. for those of you that had your wedding there or are in the process of planning it can you help? i am unsure whether to hold a private event or not, it seems a lot of additional cost when the gold package we have selected is £3000 already! did any of you opt to have your evening meal in the spoon restaurant? and if so, how was it?

 

Thanks and happy planning x

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Another May 2011 bride!  What day?

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Originally Posted by *lyndsey* View Post

hi all,

we are getting married in may next year at sensatori. for those of you that had your wedding there or are in the process of planning it can you help? i am unsure whether to hold a private event or not, it seems a lot of additional cost when the gold package we have selected is £3000 already! did any of you opt to have your evening meal in the spoon restaurant? and if so, how was it?

 

Thanks and happy planning x



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Originally Posted by amandamarieb View Post

 

20 days ladies....20 days! AHHH!!! :)

 

Yay!!! You're gonna be a beautiful bride!!

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Originally Posted by TLGnhci View Post

 

Oh, okay, cool.  Was your welcome reception basically your "included dinner" since you held a private reception?  Did you just play background music? 

 

 

 

No I had the pearl package so I didn't have an included dinner.  I used the Mexican Donkey Cocktail menu and had the reception on the pool deck.  I wouldn't say it was background music because people were dancing so it was actually loud enough to be considered a party. 

 

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