Alison for your bachelorette party check out playacrawl! http://www.playacraw...__bachelorettes
They pick you and your girls up at the resort take you to 3-4 different bars, and end up at Coco Bongo. You have a personal guide the whole time to make sure you are safe. You don't wait in line anywhere and you sit at a VIP section in the bars. It costs $60 per person including all the drinks!!! I am totally going to do this with my girls. It sounds 100% safe and a very reasonable price. There are reviews on here and everyone said it was amazing!
MsWalters - Welcome to the forum!!! It really is a big help!! And don't worry about not being organized... I leave in 2.5 weeks and I'm not even close to organized! Lol
Amanda - OMG I LOVE that guestbook!! I think I just may have to steal your idea! Hope you don't mind! That is exactly what I was looking for :-) How long would that take to get to me though? Do you know??
604 - You must be SO excited! Have a wonderful time! And I can't wait to hear all about it when you get back! Glad to hear your FI's suit fits him well, that must be such a huge relief!
Ashley - congrats on booking your date! Would be happy to help you with anything you need (if I know the answers of course)
Are any of you doing a bachelorette party while you are there?? My MoH reaallllyyyy wants me to have one, but my overprotective parents and fiance don't want just us girls leaving the resort. So, we are thinking of having the girls AND guys all go out to Coco Bongo's together one night, and then us girls will have a beach day around the resort somewhere. Maybe just play drinking games by the pool or something.
Coco Bongo's is an absolute BLAST by the way, if any of you have never been there! Best to reserve a table though, otherwise you are shit outta luck!
Ashley, you can buy chair bows online at the tablecloth factory or weddinglinensdirect for about $1 apiece, much more reasonable than what Dreams is charing! We are bribing ours down with us.
Originally Posted by Ashley 11 10 12
Thank you! After reading all of your posts.. you girls are making me very nervous about not having too much done. Our biggest concern is that we want a dinner on or close to the beach after our ceremony. Are any of you doing that or have you done that? I also haven't even thought about center pieces/ribbons for chairs/ welcome kits for guests. I think we're going to have about 40 people coming.. invites are going out next week and then we'll get a better idea. Has anyone not gotten married in gazebo and chosen to get married on the beach instead?