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Yeah well the way things are looking...I will probably not know who is coming until that Friday when people check in..uggg
 

Originally Posted by eholt View Post


This is a tough one.  Part of me wants to say plan to make at least 40 OOT bags.  You can always sell or give the extra stuff away to family who couldn't make it.  RSVP's can be frustrating.  I'm starting to think the RSVP courtesy is a thing of the past but I also think its just tacky not to do so.

 

As far as numbers you give the resort, you are only charged for those who actually show up.  Nicole goes over your final things list when you meet with her a couple of days before the wedding.  Pretty much anything can be changed on that list.  My numbers changed slightly and it was no problem.

 


 



 

 

 

 

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The people who are going will say something but you may have some "surprises."

Not many, but  a few (3-4).

 

Originally Posted by akamikey11 View Post

Yeah well the way things are looking...I will probably not know who is coming until that Friday when people check in..uggg
 

 

 

 



 

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The WC at the Grande said yes, but the only thing is that they are illegal in Jamaica so they might be hard to find.

 

Do you think you can fly with them?
 

Originally Posted by BridetwoBe View Post

Does anyone know if sparklers are allowed?



 

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Did any of you ladies who are getting married soon have your bridal shower yet? Mine was this past Sunday and it was so good. My girls did a great job. I can't believe I have 45 days to go now. Time to work on some projects and enjoy the nervous feeling or I should say butterflies that are developing! lol

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While it may not be the most formal idea or anything.  Would you have any time to call/e-mail/text these unconfirmed guests to check in and see if they are coming?  I would just say something along the lines of  "Hey so and so, I hadn't received your RSVP and wanted to see if you were coming so I can make final arrangements for the wedding..."

Originally Posted by akamikey11 View Post

Yeah well the way things are looking...I will probably not know who is coming until that Friday when people check in..uggg
 

 

 

 



 

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I doubt the airlines would allow them, but I'd rather ask then "sneak" them in. I think previous brides have had the luck, but I don't want to take that risk so I will find out. Good to know that they are not easy to find in Jamaica.
 

Originally Posted by DeAngelis2be View Post


The WC at the Grande said yes, but the only thing is that they are illegal in Jamaica so they might be hard to find.

 

Do you think you can fly with them?
 



 



 

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Awww I remember chatting with you a while back and it seemed your day was so far out. You are almost there...45 days thats definately worth counting down!!!

How many people you think will end up going? Are you doing private?

No shower yet, maybe Sept/Oct for me

Originally Posted by Islandgirl910 View Post

Did any of you ladies who are getting married soon have your bridal shower yet? Mine was this past Sunday and it was so good. My girls did a great job. I can't believe I have 45 days to go now. Time to work on some projects and enjoy the nervous feeling or I should say butterflies that are developing! lol



 

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Hey girl! We're about to creep up to 45 people I think. Shall see for sure once the guests books. I can't believe time has flown that fast. We are going to have a private reception, this way we can still have the things done that we would've have wanted to do at home.
 

Originally Posted by BridetwoBe View Post

Congratulations cheer2.gif

Awww I remember chatting with you a while back and it seemed your day was so far out. You are almost there...45 days thats definately worth counting down!!!

How many people you think will end up going? Are you doing private?

No shower yet, maybe Sept/Oct for me



 



 

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I Think i read in my documents that it has a DJ included.. 
 

Originally Posted by starrysim View Post

Does anyone know if the disco rental includes a DJ?  Or do we still have to pay the $450 extra?



 

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