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#1 Jentwo

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    Posted 04 September 2008 - 02:25 PM

    Royal PDC brides!

    My wedding is fast approaching (Nov. 10) at the Royal and my fiance and I are discussing the dance floor. I'm wondering if any past brides can comment on the dance floor that the Royal provides. Was it adequate? How many guests were at your reception? I believe the floor is roughly 12 x 12'. From some of Antonia's photos, it looks a little rickety and uneven. I'm expecting 90 guests and feel it may be too small and unsturdy.

    I'm hiring the recommended DJ from the Royal (Carlos) and he has a dance floor 16 x 16 that is lit up and looks more sturdy - but it's $700!

    Thoughts? Help?

    #2 sarah_prieb

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      Posted 17 September 2008 - 10:03 AM

      Hey there. I just got married at The Royal on August 14,2008. We had 23 guests at our wedding. The dance floor was an adequate size for our group but not everyone was dancing at the same time. It was plenty sturdy for us. With a guest list of 90 though....I'm not so sure. It will probably be too small. If you want to see our slide show or pictures, there is a thread that is something like: The Royal, were kids allowed that day and other questions. There is a link on that thread. I would love to post it here for you to look at and keep it easy but I am not to bright when it comes to computers. I had to have my husband post it on the other thread. Good luck!

      #3 Jentwo

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        Posted 17 September 2008 - 10:37 AM

        Hi Sarah,
        Thanks so much for the feedback. At this point I'm able to reserve the dance floor from the DJ last minute (which I'll probably do after I arrive at the Royal and see the dance floor). I don't suspect all of our guests will dance at the same time, but then again, a large chunk of the 85 guests will be our friends vs. older family members! Thanks again,

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