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Hi, my fiance and I are getting married at the Iberostar rose hall suites  in 2013. I have a few questions for you because I also have celiac. How did it go? Did you talk to the chef prior to going there? Did they accomodate you? Where you able to eat everywhere (details! haha) What about your cake (how did that turn out, did you have to pay 160$). Any information would help me alot! :) Looking forward to hearing from you!

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Hi ladies,

I am a past Iberostar Rose Hall Beach Bride and haven't been very active on this site lately because I had some issues with Iberostar and have been trying to wait for them to get resolved before posting my review which will have some negative feedback about their communication.

I am willing to answer any specific questions you may have. Unfortunately, I haven't had time to go through all the latest posts here but when I do I will try and reply to any of the questions I can answer.

This site was VERY helpfull in my planning/ freaking out process and I would like to pay it forward if I can.

 

My 1 piece of advice for the Iberostar Rose Hall Beach Brides:

1. Figure out what is important to you. If you have certain things that are important to you (even if you think you are a laid back bride, like I thought I was....you might after the wedding, realize that there were some things you do care about), make sure it is taken care of. Mine was the bill, the seating chart and getting the marriage license!! Whether it is making sure that your maid of honor knows exactly what you want or your mother, make sure someone in your camp knows exactly what you want.  

 

For any specific questions I might be able to answer, feel free to email me at my personal email address: jpeanut22@gmail.com

 

PS, I did have a fabulous wedding day!  It's what came after that annoyed me! 

Happy Wedding planning and I hope you all have the wedding of your dreams!

 

Jenni

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Hi ladies,

 

I am a future Iberostar Grand Rose Hall bride. We will marry 4/19/2013. I can't wait.

 

This website has helped me so much. So far, I the date and resort is all I have set up. Hope the rest of the planning is fun. I expect to be more active on here as my day nears. :)

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Originally Posted by mrsmannings2b View Post

 

Hi ladies,

 

I am a future Iberostar Grand Rose Hall bride. We will marry 4/19/2013. I can't wait.

 

This website has helped me so much. So far, I the date and resort is all I have set up. Hope the rest of the planning is fun. I expect to be more active on here as my day nears. :)

Congrats! this website is super helpful! I can not wait to hear all about your planning!

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Hello!  I am brand new to this site so bear with me!  I have decided to get married at Rose Hall Beach in April 2013, hoping they still have dates available.  We will bring around 30-40 guests.  I am wondering how other brides have set up their wedding days in regards to a non-private dinner reception.  Can you still do a bride/groom dance and speeches or would you have to rent the whole restaurant for this?  Also is there a non-private, semi-private, and private option?  Are they free, $400 and $800?  This is what I am understanding from reading this forum so far.  Could I possibly do a ceremony, cocktail reception and then a non-private dinner?  Any information on what others are doing would be great!  I got pricing from the hotel but am still very confused on what everything would cost...Obviously we want to keep this as low cost as possible so we can help others who can't afford it to get to the resort!  The only thing i am really worried about is cutting a cake and having a bride groom and father/daughter dance.  Hope everyone's planning is going well!  I'm soooo excited! 

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Originally Posted by kfarkas26 View Post

 

Congrats! this website is super helpful! I can not wait to hear all about your planning!

Thank you, I intend on posting all my planning info. So far I have booked the resort, airfare, and sent out save the dates. Which I bough through Staple.com and they are in a really cute postcard and travel inspired. I ordered 50 for $44. This way all in needed were names and portage. I thought it was a great deal, they were all in color and with our picture.  

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Originally Posted by Cat723 View Post

 

I just posted my review on the Iberostar Grand rose Hall thread.  It was amazing!!!

Thank you, I am going to look for your review now. :) I may have questions for you. 

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Originally Posted by Jaclyn111 View Post

 

Hello!  I am brand new to this site so bear with me!  I have decided to get married at Rose Hall Beach in April 2013, hoping they still have dates available.  We will bring around 30-40 guests.  I am wondering how other brides have set up their wedding days in regards to a non-private dinner reception.  Can you still do a bride/groom dance and speeches or would you have to rent the whole restaurant for this?  Also is there a non-private, semi-private, and private option?  Are they free, $400 and $800?  This is what I am understanding from reading this forum so far.  Could I possibly do a ceremony, cocktail reception and then a non-private dinner?  Any information on what others are doing would be great!  I got pricing from the hotel but am still very confused on what everything would cost...Obviously we want to keep this as low cost as possible so we can help others who can't afford it to get to the resort!  The only thing i am really worried about is cutting a cake and having a bride groom and father/daughter dance.  Hope everyone's planning is going well!  I'm soooo excited! 

 

Hi Jaclyn111 :) Welcome to the forum, I know you will find a ton of useful information here. I am also getting married at the Rose Hall Beach, our date is April 27, 2013. Our plan is to have a beach ceremony, followed by a cocktail hour, then a semi-private dinner reception at Uncle Tony's. The wedding coordinator said we can have the cocktail hour on the beach since it is immediately following the ceremony. As for the dinner, the information I received states there is either a semi-private option (other people in the restaurant) which is included in the package, or private (you rent out the whole restaurant) for $800. We are only expecting 20-25 people, so the semi-private is fine. There is a time limit of only having the restaurant for an hour and a half with the semi-private, but you get 3 hours for the private dinner. We are going a little more casual with the reception, so I don't expect any formal speeches or dances so I'm not sure about how they handle those.

 

Keep me posted on what date you choose! Maybe we will be down there the same time :)

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