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 The cost of the bon fire is $250 for 15 people for one hour then we are paying somewhere between $7 - $10 for open bar for an extra hour and extra persons (depending on if we do national or international) + DJ costs for 2 hours ($300) + fire dancers (2 dancers for $250). 
 

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Wow Jules!!

That sounds great!!! How much is it for bon fire party on the beach with fire dancers? Are you getting a DJ as well? 
 

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We are doing a bon fire party on the beach + the fire dancers for our wedding since we are doing our dancing on the beach after the reception dinner! Looking forward to this:)


 


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Thanks for your response Starrysim :) So, if you don't pay this $7 or $10/hr, only wine and beer would be available? If I choose aunt ruby's for my reception? Is there a bar near there? I have not done a site visit so it is difficult for me to have a mental image of where everything is.
 

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Does anyone know if the $18/person for the reception includes the open bar or is there an additional cost for this?


Open bar is an extra $7 for National and $10 for international drinks, per person per hour.



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The bonfire is $250 I think, then you have to pay per person for bar (I think $8/person but I will have to double check that).
 

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Wow Jules!!

That sounds great!!! How much is it for bon fire party on the beach with fire dancers? Are you getting a DJ as well? 
 

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Originally Posted by Jules23 View Post

We are doing a bon fire party on the beach + the fire dancers for our wedding since we are doing our dancing on the beach after the reception dinner! Looking forward to this:)


 


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Misee17, here are pics of organza and satin fuschia sashes:

 

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 I see a buffet warmer there.  Did you have your cocktail hour right there on the beach afterward?

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What's the difference between national drinks and international drinks? Since they don't specify. My fiance said what's the difference is we ordered the national open bar and someone walking over to the lobby bar and getting an international drink free? Good point right?

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Does anyone know if the $18/person for the reception includes the open bar or is there an additional cost for this?


Open bar is an extra $7 for National and $10 for international drinks, per person per hour.



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Thanks Jules23!!

 

I did not meet your friends but I did watch their wedding from afar and it was beautiful!!!

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