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Just read the Trip Advisor review regarding the wedding. Can't say I am thrilled to hear about all the noise around the gazebo. Maybe the beach area is more secluded, but I was hoping to have that one aspect decided prior to going down. Maybe lyales can let us know? since she is going down so soon.
I read the review also and they only play "techno music" at the pool for an hour maybe! I HATE techno music and it did not bother me. The Gazebo is not that close to the pool area. The are near there is much more quiet than the pool and I would also assume that you could ask about that.

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About three weeks ago I submitted my deposit to Jacy. Basically there was a form to fill out. That form along with my driver's licence and credit card had to be scanned. Once scanned all of the documents had to be emailed to her. After I did this I asked her to email me back with a confirmation that she received the documents. She emailed me the day after I emailed them with a confirmation. If anyone needs more info, the forms, etc...please send me an email

hstickle@aii.edu

 

Hope that helps!!

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Hello Everyone! I'm new to the board. I've been working with Jacy as well. My wedding will be this April and I booked everything the 2nd week of December.

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Hello Everyone! I'm new to the board. I've been working with Jacy as well. My wedding will be this April and I booked everything the 2nd week of December.
Yay for more DPA brides!!! Welcome to our little home!

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I'm really glad to hear that someone else submitted their deposit the same way...I too was a bit hesitant at giving copies of my credit card and driver's licence, but that was a few weeks ago now, and all looks good! Has anyone asked Jacy about the music setup for the ceremony??

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Welcome patsah and Congrats on your wedding!!!
Thanks!! Yea, I didn't mind sending over my cc and ID information because I check my credit reports all the time and you are never liable for any type of fraudulent charges or identity theft issues, but it's something that you do have to be on top of.

I came across this website by chance yesterday and I'm so happy! I was desperate for some positive information about this resort after all of the negative reviews on TA.

I decided to do a DW in order to get out of having any sort of stress or wedding drama and I'd be mortified if this place sucked but so far, I think that I made the right choice. The pictures are beautiful and the fact that the place has been newly remodeled and allows kids is fantastic!

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It might be outdoor seating for the restaurant (Oceana) that is on that side of the resort. I will be interested to hear if that is an area where you could have a reception.

 

Hopefully Blkatz or someone else that has been down there will chime in!

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