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Anyone getting married at the Iberostar Rose Hall? Our wedding date is in May 2010 (still plenty of time time plan!) but I haven't come across much threads for this resort. I see lots of Riu's, etc. but not very many Iberostars sad.gif

 

I'd love to see any actual wedding pics from this resort - it's become impossible to find any! I've tried tripadvisor, googling, etc. and still no luck. The wedding coordinator has been very helpful in providing as much detail as possible, but it would be nice to get some feedback (and visual references!) from past/present/future brides from this resort!

 

The search continues.....!

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No your right, there is not alot of information or pictures for the Iberostar of Rose Hall. I plan to get married there in July of 2009 and the only good pics I seen were on tripadvisor also. The coordinator send me pics of the ceremony locations but thats it. My family is jamaican and my dad went there for x-mas and new years and he told me the resort is very nice and he have really good taste. He will also bring picture for me when he gets back so I will for sure post them when I get them. When I read your post i was glad that somebody feels the same way I feel.smile36.gif

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Thanks Tashi! It's nice to finally hear from someone planning at the same resort! I am definitely going to book here, we're just getting our paperwork together. I remember driving past it when I was on vacation last year at the Riu Ocho Rios and it's gorgeous. But the main reason why I am very interested in Iberostar Rose Hall is because they only do one wedding a day. It makes it more personal and Loreto (the wedding coordinator) will only be focused on your day :)

 

Loreto has been helpful at passing over details - so far she (or he?) has sent me bouquet options, locations, menus, price lists for extras. I'm still new to this forum so I have yet to learn how to post attachments. You can also do a search of the resort on Welcome to Flickr - Photo Sharing and there are lots of pics there as well.

 

If I get more info, I will post here for sure!

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I will for sure keep you posted. When is your wedding? I been asking the coordinator alot of questions her name is Sandy? She is very nice. What are you doing for center pieces? because they don't supply your center pieces. talk soon

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I'm getting married there May 2009! We just decided after 10 years together to FINALLY tie the knot so I'm not wasting any time! I just notified the resort today that I wanted to have my wedding there so I'm sure I will be relying on you ladies for lots of information in the coming months!

 

Jenn

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I will for sure keep you posted. When is your wedding? I been asking the coordinator alot of questions her name is Sandy? She is very nice. What are you doing for center pieces? because they don't supply your center pieces. talk soon
We're planning for May 25 or 26th of 2010. I've been in contact with Loreto? I guess they work together? I'm a little concerned though because I've emailed more questions to the wedding coordinator over a week ago and I haven't heard back. Maybe I need to get used to island time?

As for centerpieces, I think they only supply the head table centerpiece (standard tropical flowers)...as for the other tables, I'm undecided, but will likely be something simple as I'm not sure yet if I should bring stuff with me or let the resort handle it. So many things to think about!!

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I'm getting married there May 2009! We just decided after 10 years together to FINALLY tie the knot so I'm not wasting any time! I just notified the resort today that I wanted to have my wedding there so I'm sure I will be relying on you ladies for lots of information in the coming months!

Jenn

Congrats! Hopefully you'll be able to tell us all about it when you finally tie the knot! I will keep posting here when I get any interesting details from the coordinator. Sounds like you're the first in this thread to get married at this resort. And don't worry hun, I've been together with my finally-fiance for almost 9 years...it'll be 10 years officially when we finally get married :)

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OOh Yes they are on Island time down there so they will respond but not right away. I have a travel agent thats helping me a whole lot she got me great deals for my guest if your interested let me know. She works out of miami and she's Jamaican so she knows how to negotiate with them.

 

As far as the center pieces, the coordinator told me we have to get our own center pieces but they will set everything up for us. I was thinking of just geting glass bowls with water and puting 1 pretty pink flower in it with clear rocks at the bottom. I know someone that lives 5 minutes from the resort so I was planning to ship it to them

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Hi Guys! I was thinking about May 2010 at Rose Hall also (don't worry I'm thinking May 1st or 8th.) I emailed the WC and hadn't heard back yet and was starting get nervous. Maybe I should have a travel agent contact them instead?

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