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Thanks for the reply about the babies and for the Facebook page ! Does anyone have any input on a ceremony in July being on the beach vs terrace?! I'm worried about the heat on the beach, but I think it's so pretty. Also can the steel pan drums play on the terrace? Thanks!
I jut want to add to your question.... What about any input on a reception at the outdoor restaurant vs one of the indoor restaurants? I think it'd be fun to have a reception in the open air restaurant but I don't want everyone sweating, hot and miserable hahah.... Thanks!

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we had our reception in the open air restaurant and it was hot as hell, but beautiful!!

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There is a great new Facebook page for future Iberostar Brides being run by 2 of the photographers on the island.  It gives lots of info and pictures of set ups.  Check it out:

 

It's called:  "Iberostar Resorts Brides & Weddings", like them on FB

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Originally Posted by Jamaica2012 View Post

 

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

 

Hi There ,

 

I am getting married at RHB in Jan 2013 and would love to know your honest feedback.  I'm going to take you up and email you! :)

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Originally Posted by Jamaica2012 View Post

 

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

 

Hi There ,

 

I am getting married at RHB in Jan 2013 and would love to know your honest feedback.  I'm going to take you up and email you! :)

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We're planning a beach ceremony, semi-private dinner at Aunt Ruby's and drinks and dancing on the beach.

I'm aware of the rain back-up plan for the ceremony at the Suites, but is there a typical back-up plan in case it rains in the evening and we can't have our beach party after dinner?

Does Nicole or Tiffany recommend a particular indoor space for this?

Since it will be a day-of decision to move indoors, do we just 'reserve' someplace in advance?

Thanks!

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when you meet with your WC they will take you around the resort and show you all of your options.  it rained the day of my wedding and they were ready and had our back up ceremony in the lobby.  luckily it cleared up 2 hrs before the ceremony.  it doesn't seem to rain much in Jamaica so i wouldn't worry.  My WC said in the last 2 yrs only 2 weddings had to be moved due to rain.

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We're planning a beach ceremony, semi-private dinner at Aunt Ruby's and drinks and dancing on the beach. I'm aware of the rain back-up plan for the ceremony at the Suites, but is there a typical back-up plan in case it rains in the evening and we can't have our beach party after dinner? Does Nicole or Tiffany recommend a particular indoor space for this? Since it will be a day-of decision to move indoors, do we just 'reserve' someplace in advance? Thanks! [/ Hello, We had our wedding reception at the Suites April 2012 . Our dinner was a semi private at Calabash and party at the beach. We rented a beach tent with a dance floor through our florist. She decorated with many lights and a chandelier hanging in the middle. Just to advise u that Nicole at Suites does not provide the tent you will have to go through ur florist which is a little pricey but worth it. It rained on our wedding day and the next two days, so be prepared:)))

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