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Ceremony in English?

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#1 Mindy

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    Posted 06 October 2008 - 05:37 PM

    Hello everyone-
    Does anyone know if there is anyone in Punta Cana that will perform the ceremony in English. I know if it is going to be a legal ceremony it must be done in Spanish and then translated. We are thinking about doing just a symbolic ceremony but we would like it in English. I know we are being snobby about this since we will be in a Spanish speaking country but I thought I would see if anyone had any ideas and or suggestions.


    #2 TA Dina

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      Posted 06 October 2008 - 07:43 PM

      If it's just a symbolic ceremony the WC should be able to do it for you in english. Which resort?

      #3 foxytv

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        Posted 06 October 2008 - 08:00 PM

        Originally Posted by MOGroom
        In the Dominican if you are having a vow renewal or symbloic ceramony you will only have the ceramony read in english. The only reason its read in spanish is that this is the countrys offical language and if a legal ceramony is being performed then it has to be in Spanish. If you like you might think about looking into diffrent ceramony wording( try google and look for wedding wedding ceramony wording) find something origional and ask your resort coordinator to read it for you. Or if you have someone special you could ask them to read it for you.... Ask your coordinator I am sure they will have no problem doing this for you.

        Our symbolic ceremony was read in Spanish and our WC translated into English.

        Mindy - make sure you search these threads, b/c there are several threads that discuss this very issue that will give you tons of info! :-)

        #4 adobrzanski

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          Posted 07 October 2008 - 01:02 AM

          I am having a legal catholic ceremony at the Grand Palladium and have been in touch with the priest directly. He is going to perform the ceremony in English.

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