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what.gif!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  I guess reading really is fundamental lol.  I wasn't aware we had to get a day pass also.  I approve Vaneska's statement and totally agree lolthatswck.gif

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Hi ladies,

 

I just thought I would let you know that when I emailed Sungold photography to get some prices, they sent back info including a special they have going on for the time-being. They have a new associate "cf" who does not have much of a portfolio yet, so they are offering half off of his fees. 3 hrs with him and a copy-right free CD of the images was $600. I know this is risky but I thought I would let you know. They gave a link to a wedding he did, which was not bad. He did way too many posed photos in my opinion, but did have some good ones in there. And maybe later in the year he will have gained enough experience to do a better job. There was no time limit put on his prices- I'm guessing as long as you book now, the price holds. They also offer a pkg with him that has 2 photographers, 8 hours, and other extras for $1200. If the other photographer had more experience that could be a great deal!

 

Here's the link for the wedding he did: 

 

http://wpajamaica.com/show/assoc_cf/Stephanie-Mike/

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Thanks for the advice. The pictures aren't bad, i agree too many posed ones but they're still well done. It's worth considering.

 

And Vaneska, I agree that's nuts that's almost 1/2 a grand you could spend on so much other stuff! I also wish they'd be more leniant on letting smaller parties rent out private reception areas. I mean come on if we got the money just let us do it !

 

Originally Posted by Kimberli1211 View Post

Hi ladies,

 

I just thought I would let you know that when I emailed Sungold photography to get some prices, they sent back info including a special they have going on for the time-being. They have a new associate "cf" who does not have much of a portfolio yet, so they are offering half off of his fees. 3 hrs with him and a copy-right free CD of the images was $600. I know this is risky but I thought I would let you know. They gave a link to a wedding he did, which was not bad. He did way too many posed photos in my opinion, but did have some good ones in there. And maybe later in the year he will have gained enough experience to do a better job. There was no time limit put on his prices- I'm guessing as long as you book now, the price holds. They also offer a pkg with him that has 2 photographers, 8 hours, and other extras for $1200. If the other photographer had more experience that could be a great deal!

 

Here's the link for the wedding he did: 

 

http://wpajamaica.com/show/assoc_cf/Stephanie-Mike/



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Is the food they serve during the wedding dinners at the restaurants the same as what they serve on a regular night? If so, then I think its ridiculous we have to pay $18 per extra person for a plate of food when its all inclusive and we can get it FREE any other night! 

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I thought the private dinners were a set fee for each restaurant. I believe Uncle Tony's Steakhouse is 800 dollars for up to 120 people for dinner. That is where we are having our reception.

 

Which place charges 18 per person for dinner?

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The $18 is for any person over the 120 people @ least thats how it is at the Suites. The $800 covers to cost of the restaurant rental and the number of ppl they include. Anybody over that number you would have to pay the $18 for. I am pretty sure some brides who have had their reception at Uncle Tony's can confirm that.

 

Originally Posted by AngelaGrace View Post

I thought the private dinners were a set fee for each restaurant. I believe Uncle Tony's Steakhouse is 800 dollars for up to 120 people for dinner. That is where we are having our reception.

 

Which place charges 18 per person for dinner?



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