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#1451 Julie's Iberostar Wedding

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    Posted 17 January 2011 - 08:14 PM

    Oh that great's. Hopefully we'll get to meet! Haha, maybe I'll hear some of your wedding details early :)

     

    Originally Posted by Jules23 


    Your arriving on the day I leave! Maybe we will bump into each other depending on when your check in is! lol 

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    Originally Posted by Julie's Iberostar Wedding 

    That's great. We arrive at the Suites on April 27th! I just noticed your at the beach resort, so I'm not sure about Uncle Tony's. We are going to have our receptions at Aunt Ruby's in front of the beach. The reviews sound pretty good and I like the idea of having in right by the ceremony site. We'll be getting married on the beach since we're expecting a bigger group.
     

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    Originally Posted by Vaneska 

    Oh Thats Awesome!! We arrive on the 28th, we hope to get a little sun before the big day! Where are you hosting your ceremony and Reception? I was looking at the pics online and can"t decide on the Cajun restaurant or Uncle Tony's... The pics of Uncle tony's looks like it would need tons of decorations to play up the space... I would love to know what you think and decided :) Congrats to you!!! 
     


     




    #1452 Julie's Iberostar Wedding

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      Posted 17 January 2011 - 08:19 PM


      That doesn't look bad. I'm sure they'll dress it up. Aunt Ruby's doesn't look to fancy during the day, but pictures from Nicole, the wedding coorinator look pretty good. I'm not too sure how to dress it up yet. I like the standard chair covers, and fabric, but since we're outside I wouldn't mind some extra lighting, maybe hanging paper lanterns, and then find a reasonably priced centrepiece.
       

      Originally Posted by Vaneska 


      OHHH thats awesome!!!! I wish we booked the suites !!!! This is the pic of Uncle tony's and it looks pretty plane  picture is below during the day..... i hope Aunt Ruby's is beautiful nicer... have you asked them what can be done with the space???...

       

       


       




      #1453 ashaun

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        Posted 17 January 2011 - 09:50 PM

        Hi ladies.  I was wondering if anyone has contacted Floral Fantasy about centerpiece pricing?  I found some pricing in this thread http://www.bestdesti...-deliver-to-ror  but it was for the arrangements and archways they have online (which are beautiful by the way).  The website is http://www.floralfan...om/weddings.htm   for anyone who hasn't seen it.



        #1454 BridetwoBe

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          Posted 18 January 2011 - 06:44 AM

           If you ladies are thinking of doing the 'drowned' flower centrepeices (flowers underwater) I would consider the fake flowers. They look real enough, especially if they are underwater anyways! But, shipping glass is a hassle. I saw recently that pussfootback is renting out glass vases. Maybe someone can ask what their rental prices are like? They are wedding decorators in Jamaica so they might want to try to sell more of their services along with the rental though...

          I bet that would be a hassle. I was wondering about plastic vases if they are a must have. Is Tai Flora just that expensive? I still have not heard from them, but I will like to see a quote first before I start buying decor for the reception. If you are the person that likes to see the flowers I really suggest Michael's. They have beautiful flowers!!!

           

           



          #1455 BridetwoBe

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            Posted 18 January 2011 - 06:47 AM


            Quote:

            Originally Posted by Misee17 


            I ordered parasols from luna bazaar. They are very bright and in good condition. The only worry is that they may rip on a windy day. I chose the style with the swirl.

             

            http://www.lunabazaa...d-parasols.aspx

             

            Here is a pic of mine:

             

            parasol 1.JPG


            I really like...what is your color theme?
             



            #1456 breeze616

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              Posted 18 January 2011 - 09:40 AM


               

              Originally Posted by BridetwoBe 

              Quote:
               If you ladies are thinking of doing the 'drowned' flower centrepeices (flowers underwater) I would consider the fake flowers. They look real enough, especially if they are underwater anyways! But, shipping glass is a hassle. I saw recently that pussfootback is renting out glass vases. Maybe someone can ask what their rental prices are like? They are wedding decorators in Jamaica so they might want to try to sell more of their services along with the rental though...

              I bet that would be a hassle. I was wondering about plastic vases if they are a must have. Is Tai Flora just that expensive? I still have not heard from them, but I will like to see a quote first before I start buying decor for the reception. If you are the person that likes to see the flowers I really suggest Michael's. They have beautiful flowers!!!

               

               

               

              What would be a hassle? Cause the resort staff would do all the work (filling the vases with water, etc). Or maybe you meant contacting pussbackfoot would be a hassle? You never know unless you try! If the vase rental is only a couple bucks each (which it should be!) and fake flowers are only a couple bucks too, you may save yourself some money. One of my friends did this for her centrepeices with calla lillies and I never would've guessed they were fake. Just offering options to you guys :)
               



              #1457 Vaneska

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                Posted 18 January 2011 - 10:23 AM


                That is such a great idea!! off to Micheal's i go :) Tai floral is ridiculous !!! i have no idea how they stay in business???

                Originally Posted by BridetwoBe 

                Quote:
                 If you ladies are thinking of doing the 'drowned' flower centrepeices (flowers underwater) I would consider the fake flowers. They look real enough, especially if they are underwater anyways! But, shipping glass is a hassle. I saw recently that pussfootback is renting out glass vases. Maybe someone can ask what their rental prices are like? They are wedding decorators in Jamaica so they might want to try to sell more of their services along with the rental though...

                I bet that would be a hassle. I was wondering about plastic vases if they are a must have. Is Tai Flora just that expensive? I still have not heard from them, but I will like to see a quote first before I start buying decor for the reception. If you are the person that likes to see the flowers I really suggest Michael's. They have beautiful flowers!!!

                 

                 



                #1458 Vaneska

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                  Posted 18 January 2011 - 10:25 AM


                  Breeze posted this pic of light u can use... def changes the look... I like the idea of white paper lanters tho!!!

                   

                   




                  That doesn't look bad. I'm sure they'll dress it up. Aunt Ruby's doesn't look to fancy during the day, but pictures from Nicole, the wedding coorinator look pretty good. I'm not too sure how to dress it up yet. I like the standard chair covers, and fabric, but since we're outside I wouldn't mind some extra lighting, maybe hanging paper lanterns, and then find a reasonably priced centrepiece.
                   

                  Originally Posted by Vaneska 


                  OHHH thats awesome!!!! I wish we booked the suites !!!! This is the pic of Uncle tony's and it looks pretty plane  picture is below during the day..... i hope Aunt Ruby's is beautiful nicer... have you asked them what can be done with the space???...

                   

                   


                   

                   




                  #1459 BridetwoBe

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                    Posted 18 January 2011 - 10:50 AM

                    Shipping glass from the states.

                    Originally Posted by breeze616 


                     

                    Quote:
                    Originally Posted by BridetwoBe 

                    Quote:
                     If you ladies are thinking of doing the 'drowned' flower centrepeices (flowers underwater) I would consider the fake flowers. They look real enough, especially if they are underwater anyways! But, shipping glass is a hassle. I saw recently that pussfootback is renting out glass vases. Maybe someone can ask what their rental prices are like? They are wedding decorators in Jamaica so they might want to try to sell more of their services along with the rental though...

                    I bet that would be a hassle. I was wondering about plastic vases if they are a must have. Is Tai Flora just that expensive? I still have not heard from them, but I will like to see a quote first before I start buying decor for the reception. If you are the person that likes to see the flowers I really suggest Michael's. They have beautiful flowers!!!

                     

                     

                     

                    What would be a hassle? Cause the resort staff would do all the work (filling the vases with water, etc). Or maybe you meant contacting pussbackfoot would be a hassle? You never know unless you try! If the vase rental is only a couple bucks each (which it should be!) and fake flowers are only a couple bucks too, you may save yourself some money. One of my friends did this for her centrepeices with calla lillies and I never would've guessed they were fake. Just offering options to you guys :)
                     





                    #1460 delgadot

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                      Posted 18 January 2011 - 01:19 PM



                      Originally Posted by breeze616 

                      OH and ladies - I had to pay a $75 day pass AND a $100 vendor fee to have the outside DJ come. Which really sucked. Since the resort DJ has been getting good reviews - I'd go ahead and use him to save that money. But you 'Beach' gals make sure its the same DJ they use at the Suites, since that's the one that's been getting the good reviews.

                       

                      If there are any 'Beach' brides that used the resort DJ please weigh in here. :D


                      Oh no!!! I hired Kevan for my wedding. Why did you have to pay two fees???  
                       




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