Originally Posted by ELAINENYC
Hi! Krysta. Welcome!
When I posted the same question, I was given the following photographers who came highly recommended by the other brides: Del Sol Photography, Ivan Luckie, Taylor Jackson and Elizabeth Media. I decided on Elizabeth Medina b/c i fell in love with her pictures. She is pricey but I did not mind b/c pictures are really important to me. So, definitely look at each of their websites to see their work and even send them all emails asking questions and their prices. Here is Elizabeth Medina's website if you would like to check out her work:
All fantastic photographers-just note that Del Sol is not allowed on Karisma resorts at this time.
Taylor Jackson's website: http://www.taylorjacksonphoto.com/
Originally Posted by jsal4
I am expecting about 50-75 guests for our wedding. I have been looking over the private event banquest kit. I am a little confused on the dinners. I was just wondering if anyone just picked the meal for the guests or if you let your guests choose, or if you did family style or buffet. Please let me know what you picked and how it worked out.
This thread has been super helpful! A pre-thank you to all you girls!
We picked a set menu for 63 guests. We had to pick the appetizer and dessert, but our guests were given the option of two mains (I think we had mahi-mahi and pork). We had to have the guests choice about 30 days prior to the wedding, and I had sent out menu cards which stated if we did not get a response by Jan 1(example), they would automatically be given the pork dish. That way I didn't have to chase down people if they didn't respond. It worked out really well and the dishes were all very tasty. (the resort is quite flexible, I had 3 surprise guests tell me one week prior to the wedding, and I was still able to add extra plates/meals)
I know a lot of girls have done the buffet, and said there was tons of food to go around. I think no matter what you choose it will be great! Just a question if you want your guests having to stand up and get there own food, or be served.