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This place looks amazing. It must be pricey to get married here.
For the same amount of people, the wedding & private reception here actually works out at least $1,000 cheaper than the other place I was originally considering..... smile159.gif If we switch to the semi-private reception the savings would be even better!

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Wow! Your wedding will be fabulous!
Thanks!

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what is considered semi-private at the grand palladium?
I was just calling them semi-private, but I was talking about the "Just Married" or the "Tropical" wedding packages where they'll make reservations for your group at one of the a la carte restaurants.

The "Romance" package has a canape reception at the wedding site, and the "Caribbean" package is a dinner reception for your group at the Poseidon restaurant or if you upgrade, at Blue Lagoon.

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Petals,

Do you have an upgrade price list for things such as bouquets and photographer prices? I can't seem to find it anywhere.

Thanks!!
Sorry- I don't have price lists for flower upgrades/ photographer.

Charmaine did tell me these prices that aren't in the brochure:

Chair covers- $8/cover
Chair covers with sashes- $10/chair
Flowers on chairs- $12/each
Floral centerpieces- approximately $70/table

Hope that helps!

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Do you know what it costs to upgrade to the Blue Lagoon with the Carribean package?

 

We are finding it difficult to decipher the differences between the various packages. We are also finding it difficult to get information from the wedding coordinator.

 

We want a private reception with dinner. Is the Carribean package what we should be choosing?

 

Thanks Ladies.

PS. This forum has been so helpful thus far.

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Do you know what it costs to upgrade to the Blue Lagoon with the Carribean package?

We are finding it difficult to decipher the differences between the various packages. We are also finding it difficult to get information from the wedding coordinator.

We want a private reception with dinner. Is the Carribean package what we should be choosing?

Thanks Ladies.
PS. This forum has been so helpful thus far.
It costs $300 to get the Blue Lagoon for your dinner reception.
And you're right, the private dinner reception is with the Caribbean Package.

She has been really slow in responding lately. When I first started corresponding with her, she would reply right away. I'm still trying to find out if we can substitute chicken on our dinner menu.

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Hey,

 

Just an update on Charmaine, apparently she no longer works at the hotel. My TA talked to the new wedding coordinator yesterday and said that they are expanding the dept so hopefully we will get quick turn around from now on. The email address is the same as the one Charmaine was using

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