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#281 Linzwedding

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    Posted 05 October 2009 - 10:12 PM

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    Hey, Im getting married at the suites in Feb- IT IS BOOKED!! yay! well the wedding is booked not any of the rooms or anything, but im trying to decide what to do on the actual wedding day, say we get married at 5, what do the guests do after, and then we have the dinner at aunt ruby's per say- then do have dancing at the restaurant after dinner? or do we go somewhere else, and then what do we after- can somebody let me know what their plans are for the actual wedding day!- sorry for all the weird questions, im just trying to plan this by myself and you girls on here are helping me so much!! thanks!!!
    HI! i am getting married at the suites in feb too! we are having the wedding at 5. cocktail hour from 6-7. then giving everyone 30 mins to get from cocktail hour to the reception at aunt rubys at 730. 730-1030 is reception with dinner and dancing with dj. . then we plan on going to the disco after for whoever still wants to party

    #282 breeze616

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      Posted 06 October 2009 - 04:48 PM

      What are you guys doing for your reception music? Ipod? Resort DJ? Band?

      I want to get a good DJ but it seems most of the past Jamaican brides went the Ipod route...

      #283 NegrilLB

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        Posted 06 October 2009 - 08:24 PM

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        What are you guys doing for your reception music? Ipod? Resort DJ? Band?

        I want to get a good DJ but it seems most of the past Jamaican brides went the Ipod route...
        The reception music is really important to us so we're bringing a friend who's a dj down with us to do the music, even though we'll have to pay to use the resort's equipment and their dj automatically comes with it. Apparently they don't want anyone else using their equipment unsupervised, so the resort's dj has to at least be there. I think they said it's because they don't want to music to be too loud, and also Nicole mentioned that the equipment isn't very easy to operate.
        Nicole said their equipment plays cds but doesn't hook up to Ipods as far as she knows. I would guess that the Beach and Suites use the same dj equipment but not totally sure.
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        #284 breeze616

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          Posted 06 October 2009 - 10:51 PM

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          Originally Posted by NegrilLB
          The reception music is really important to us so we're bringing a friend who's a dj down with us to do the music, even though we'll have to pay to use the resort's equipment and their dj automatically comes with it. Apparently they don't want anyone else using their equipment unsupervised, so the resort's dj has to at least be there. I think they said it's because they don't want to music to be too loud, and also Nicole mentioned that the equipment isn't very easy to operate.
          Nicole said their equipment plays cds but doesn't hook up to Ipods as far as she knows. I would guess that the Beach and Suites use the same dj equipment but not totally sure.
          Hmm, good to know. Thanks :)

          #285 Sparkles8300

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            Posted 07 October 2009 - 10:16 AM

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            Originally Posted by NegrilLB
            The reception music is really important to us so we're bringing a friend who's a dj down with us to do the music, even though we'll have to pay to use the resort's equipment and their dj automatically comes with it. Apparently they don't want anyone else using their equipment unsupervised, so the resort's dj has to at least be there. I think they said it's because they don't want to music to be too loud, and also Nicole mentioned that the equipment isn't very easy to operate.
            Nicole said their equipment plays cds but doesn't hook up to Ipods as far as she knows. I would guess that the Beach and Suites use the same dj equipment but not totally sure.
            I am getting married at the Grand, and my WC, Pilar, said that the DJ equipment can hook into ipods and cds. I am not sure if it is the same one as the Suites uses, but maybe you could have them borrow it if it's not already being used at the Grand on your wedding night.
            WE WERE SO BLESSED TO HAVE A PERFECT WEDDING WEEKEND FROM START TO FINISH!

            My Planning Thread:http://bestdestinati....c-heavy-53105/Our Sungold Photograpy Slideshow to music:http://www.sungoldph....otter-hooters/http://tickers.Ticke....3c97/event.png

            #286 breeze616

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              Posted 08 October 2009 - 09:37 PM

              Hey Sparkles, What are you doing after your reception? Everything I read says the private restaurant/bar ends at 10:30pm That seems so early to me! Are you going to the disco?

              #287 Jamaica Jenn

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                Posted 13 October 2009 - 03:46 PM

                Thanks Maureen! My wedding date is finally booked - October 14, 2010 at the IRHS which gives me lots of time but I would love to see and hear what you have to say!

                #288 dejacque

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                  Posted 13 October 2009 - 07:13 PM

                  I'm really confused about how to get our wedding date booked at the IRHS. I emailed the resort a week ago requesting to know if 11/6/2010 is still available. I haven't heard anything back. So I asked my travel agent how we go about getting it booked and she said that we can't reserve the date until we book the actual trip (hotel and flight). That just doesn't make sense. I'm not going to book the trip if I don't know for sure that the date I want is available. Is my travel agent right or does anyone know how to get the date reserved?
                  ~~Danielle~~

                  #289 NegrilLB

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                    Posted 13 October 2009 - 09:58 PM

                    Danielle, that definitely doesn't make sense! I had my date reserved months before I booked my room, and I still haven't booked my flight yet. I e-mailed the resort and they let me know if my date was available and sent me some forms to fill out and send back. Try e-mailing them again, maybe they over-looked the first e-mail.
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                    #290 dejacque

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                      Posted 14 October 2009 - 08:20 AM

                      Thanks for the advice!! I will try emailing them again.
                      ~~Danielle~~




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