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#3601 beachbum21

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    Posted 01 August 2011 - 06:30 PM

    Does anyone have a photos of the disco @ the Suites? Also, does anyone know if it can be decorated?

     

    Thanks

    Try the reviews section, past brides post pictures with reviews so you might find some there! :)

    #3602 JennaLe

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      Posted 01 August 2011 - 11:46 PM

      Hi I'm interested in having my DW at Iberostar rose hall suites and was wondering how to go about planning. Who to contact,e-mail phone number, how far advance did you start planning ect. Is the hotel wedding corrdinator god or should i hire my own. My guests will be staying at the resort as well 20-25 people.  As you can see i'm just starting to plan and have alot of questions and confusion on where to start first...thanks for all the feedback.



      #3603 Islandgirl910

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        Posted 02 August 2011 - 03:40 AM

        Repost!

         

        For the past brides that who were married at the Suites and had a private reception, what types of stuff were done during the reception to keep your guests entertained and occupied? For example I've been to wedding where guests play games, or the bride and groom had dancers to entertain, to a little fire show. I'm just seeking ideas to fill the 4 hour window along with the dance with our mothers, the garter toss, cake cutting and typical dancing.

         

        Also can anyone tell me what the "grill chicken supreme" dish served at Aunt Ruby's entails?



        #3604 Nikadawn

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          Posted 02 August 2011 - 06:16 AM

          So in looking through my info it would appear that the only option to have music on the beach during the bonfire is to hire the DJ. Is that the same conclusion everyone else came to? I recall a past post from someone saying they wanted to do their own music via an ipod for their dinner/reception but they were told that only a dj would be permitted to operate the sound system. It's alot of money for only 90 min of music but it seems to be the only way. Anybody have other suggestions? We just want to dance and party on the beach abit before having our cake and heading to the disco for the night. I would bring my own ipod player but I'm afraid it won't be loud enough to hear if it's really windy.


          Together forever - My Sweetie & Me. Iberostar Rose Hall Beach - January 18th, 2012


          #3605 to be mrs scuba

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            Posted 02 August 2011 - 08:13 PM

            I am in a similar situation, my mom passed away a few years ago and shortly after that my father remarried, now he is refusing to come to the wedding or help pay for it, because his new wifey is a mega b****. I am disappointed, but trying not to let it get me down. We are on a very tight budget, so I am keeping things simple with the Free Wedding, semi-private dinner and cocktails and such, and not many decorations or flowers at all. At least my style is more simple and modern or this would be even more disappointing. LOL. I am having a rough time lately because it feels like no one cares about the wedding at all. We are just getting to the point where people are booking, so I hope that cheers me up! Your lucky to have the support you do! I hope things smooth out for you!

            That is exactly what it means. I lost a bridesmaid, ring bearer and 2 flower girls. I am really disappointed because he is my only sibling and I know he really can afford it; I just don't think he wants to shell out the money. My mom is really upset with him, but I am not going to let that ruin my day. I am sorry your family dropped out. I have coworkers coming and not my own family. I am really thankful for my mom and my friends, they have been a great help!
             


             



            #3606 futuremrstgun

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              Posted 02 August 2011 - 08:50 PM



              sorry to hear about your dad..let's hope he has a change of heart...as i bet he'll be really kicking himself for missing out on your big day! 

               

              i take it you're marrying at the grand for the free wedding, right?

               

              just wanna make sure they didn't hit us with FREE weddings after those of us that have been booked for awhile...at the beach and/or suites.

               

              please let us know.  thx!!

               

              R~

               

               

              Originally Posted by to be mrs scuba 

              I am in a similar situation, my mom passed away a few years ago and shortly after that my father remarried, now he is refusing to come to the wedding or help pay for it, because his new wifey is a mega b****. I am disappointed, but trying not to let it get me down. We are on a very tight budget, so I am keeping things simple with the Free Wedding, semi-private dinner and cocktails and such, and not many decorations or flowers at all. At least my style is more simple and modern or this would be even more disappointing. LOL.

              I am having a rough time lately because it feels like no one cares about the wedding at all. We are just getting to the point where people are booking, so I hope that cheers me up!

              Your lucky to have the support you do! I hope things smooth out for you!


               


               



              #3607 to be mrs scuba

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                Posted 02 August 2011 - 08:56 PM

                The free wedding is at the grand only!



                sorry to hear about your dad..let's hope he has a change of heart...as i bet he'll be really kicking himself for missing out on your big day! 

                 

                i take it you're marrying at the grand for the free wedding, right?

                 

                just wanna make sure they didn't hit us with FREE weddings after those of us that have been booked for awhile...at the beach and/or suites.

                 

                please let us know.  thx!!

                 

                R~

                 

                 


                 



                #3608 atalanta

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                  Posted 02 August 2011 - 09:23 PM

                  Mrs Scuba,

                   

                  So sorry to read about your dad. I'm hoping like mrstgun that you will be pleasantly surprised at your wedding. If not, he's going to be the one to regret it.



                  #3609 mrsgreene2011

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                    Posted 03 August 2011 - 07:09 AM

                    I am so sorry about you losing your mom. I am really sorry about your dad and him not coming. I think that is so wrong, no matter how his wife feels about it. You are his daughter and I am so sorry he won't be there. No matter what you are going to have a wonderful day and as long as you and the groom are happy, then forget about everyone else. I think the Grand only offers the free wedding. I am glad you have people booking, unlike me.

                     

                    Sometimes simple and modern is a little more elegant anyway!

                     

                    Originally Posted by to be mrs scuba 

                    I am in a similar situation, my mom passed away a few years ago and shortly after that my father remarried, now he is refusing to come to the wedding or help pay for it, because his new wifey is a mega b****. I am disappointed, but trying not to let it get me down. We are on a very tight budget, so I am keeping things simple with the Free Wedding, semi-private dinner and cocktails and such, and not many decorations or flowers at all. At least my style is more simple and modern or this would be even more disappointing. LOL.

                    I am having a rough time lately because it feels like no one cares about the wedding at all. We are just getting to the point where people are booking, so I hope that cheers me up!

                    Your lucky to have the support you do! I hope things smooth out for you!


                     


                     



                    #3610 futuremrstgun

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                      Posted 03 August 2011 - 07:33 AM



                      toiinlove,

                       

                      i've purchased cigars on property and no they're not the same price..they're marked up...like anything else at a resort, unfortunately.

                       

                      i'm thinking of bringing cigars or maybe purchasing some locally before we get to the resort..i'd love to have a cigar roller but well, that might be a bit much...

                       

                      R~

                      Originally Posted by Toiinlove 

                      Past or Future Brides,

                       

                      Has anyone purchased cigar from the Cigar Bar before? If so, are the prices about the same as here in the US?

                       

                      Has anyone brought cigars to the resort or plan on doing so?

                       

                      Thanks in advance



                       






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