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Neema29 Wedding Review for ROR and Sandals St.Lucia Grande

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So I know I'm super late on this one, but Congrats!!! You were a beautiful bride! And I just love all the colors! When is your AHR?

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Hello Ladies!!! smile123.gif Thanks for all the compliments! I am sooo sorry that I have been off the radar and did not answer your questions in a timely manner. But I am back...so here it goes:

 

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Hi neema, is there any way you can please post a picture of your huppa? You can't print or save from your photographer's site and I wanted to save this pic as an inspiration....

No problem MoKe I will upload your pic and send it to you!

 

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Congratulations! Your pics are great! It looks like everyone had a fantastic time! Seeing your pics made me feel better about choosing to get married during hurricane season. Did the price of the chair covers just cover the white slip covers? Did you bring the bows from home to match your color theme, or did the RIU provide them?
The price of the slip covers included the white cover and the coloful sash on the chairs. I only brought the colorful huppah fabric (it comes with the white), table runners, and table decorations.

 

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Neema,

You are truly my inspiration now since Im using the exact same colors as you did. How much tulle did you have to purchase from the fabric store for the huppah? Did they charge you extra to decorate it? Can you tell me what used to create your programs for your fans? You looked drop dead gorgeous and everyone looked like that had a awesome time and partied hard.

I think I estimated about 21 feet in length (7ft x 7ft x 7ft) for the orange and pink tulle- It only cost me about 45$- I got it from an indian shop that sold Sari's so they had a large variety of colorful tulle. I used plain old white card stock purchased from Wal-mart or craft store and printed the program on our home printer. I used orange card stock /specialty paper I found at michaels to frame the program. I cut the orange card stock ruffly 0.25" longer than the length and width of the program. I took the program and the card stock to kinko's to be cut down to the appropriate length. I glued both together using plain glue sticks. It was really easy.

 

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Your dress was absolutely gorgeous and so were you!

Who's the designer? Where did you get it?

My dress is by Da Vinci and the style number is T8169. I got it from New Natalie's Bridal here in atlanta. It cost about $680.00 and I thought that was a great price being that I actually considered gowns that cost as much as $3,000

 

Let me know if you guys have any more questions!

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Congulations!!!!!! ur pictures are so beautiful. Hey we both live in Atlanta smile29.gif I hope my wedding is a beautiful as urs....

 

Did u have to pay a lot for ur photographer?

 

P.S. i loved the dancers

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Thanks for the detailed review. I am in the midst of deciding on a resort and honest reviews help! You and guests look like they had an amazing time.

Congrats

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Congulations!!!!!! ur pictures are so beautiful. Hey we both live in Atlanta smile29.gif I hope my wedding is a beautiful as urs....

Did u have to pay a lot for ur photographer?

P.S. i loved the dancers
I am sure your wedding will be beautiful! The photographer was around $2100.00 for eight hours of photography and we have close to 800 digital images! Brian was a local photographer in Jamaica so I thought it was a good price---on average people can pay anywhere from $3000.00 to $5000.00 to bring in a photographer of your choice. Hope this helps-

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Neema you have been so helpful in your explanations and giving your personal experience, I must say, you helped me make my final decision of having my wedding at ROR, you and this site have been a great help! I truly appreciate your efforts to let everyone know how wonderful ROR can make a bride's wedding. Thanks again! blush2.gifsmile03.gifsmile03.gif

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