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#21 nscaper

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    Posted 12 January 2009 - 08:22 PM

    There is an extra cost to having tables and chairs put out at the Seagrape for your post-dinner reception ($5pp). I'm not sure if there are any linens or anything or whether it's just tables and chairs.
    If you do the whole dinner/dancing reception at the Seagrape, I know they go all out and do linens, candles, tiki torches etc.
    I don't know how far they go just for the drinking/dancing part. Sorry, this might not have been any help...lol... Let me know what you get done! I'm doing the same thing as you... but in 99days!

    #22 GeminiLibra

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      Posted 13 January 2009 - 07:04 PM

      Originally Posted by klopez
      Hey there, I am having a beach reception after dinner at Mammee Bay. Can you tell me how they set it up? Are there table cloths on the tables? Do they put any candles or anything like that? Did they put up tiki torches, and if so, how many?

      Sorry, so many questions...I need to buy candle holders but don't know how many cuz don't know how many tables they put out and if it's looks funny with just one or would i need more than one candle per table? They are small votive candles.

      Any pictures would be appreciated

      ps. I leave one week from today....please help! lol

      We had dinner and dancing all in the same spot so the price we paid included dinner, drinks, set-up and tiki torches. The tables all had white linen and I don't know how many tiki torches but there were plenty all surrounding us, our group was small only 25. I brought my own centerpieces so they did not provide candles. Our centerpieces were sitting on a palm leave and it was a rectangular glass piece with drowned orchids with 5 lit tea lights floating on top. One per table plus the tiki's were plenty of light for our group. Oh, they also provided a spot light for dancing which was great. I'll find some pictures and post later, they are saved on my lap top not this computer. Hope this helps.

      #23 GeminiLibra

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        Posted 13 January 2009 - 09:05 PM

        Here is one picture of our table set up, it was very simple with rose petals and the centerpiece with candles. We had dinner here as well so I didn't want crowded tables.

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        #24 klopez

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          Posted 14 January 2009 - 12:09 PM

          thanks ladies. I'm not having a dinner, just drinks & dancing...but I don't want the tables to look naked. I was going to do just small candle holders but I think it might need a little more...maybe a dish with some tea lights in it...back to Dollarama I go!

          5 days til we leave..woohoo!!!!!

          #25 GeminiLibra

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            Posted 15 January 2009 - 08:46 PM

            In the picture I posted I had coconuts which I put their menus in, I know you aren't doing dinner. But, they were only $5.00 per person and the bartender went around and poured a drink in them for everyone to drink out of. Throughout the night we toasted with coconuts and everyone loved it and drank out of them, and the drink was delicious. You could always do something like that to fill your tables. Ask for Ali as your bartender he served at our wedding and he was so much fun!!

            #26 ashley9078

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              Posted 20 January 2009 - 04:59 PM

              how much is it to do dinner drinks and dancing all at the pool bar?

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