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#4281 butyfuldreamer

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    Posted 27 October 2011 - 12:27 PM

    I booked Rashel too and thought the same thing after I paid my deposit.  I remember from an earlier post that someone said they didn't have to pay a day pass for her but I'm not sure if that's standard or not.



    #4282 Marlena

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      Posted 27 October 2011 - 04:47 PM

      Does anyone know if we have to apply for a marriage license here ? How does that work ??

       

       



      #4283 starrysim

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        Posted 27 October 2011 - 05:39 PM



        Quote:

        Originally Posted by butyfuldreamer 

        I booked Rashel too and thought the same thing after I paid my deposit.  I remember from an earlier post that someone said they didn't have to pay a day pass for her but I'm not sure if that's standard or not.



        Most of the accounts of not paying for Rashel are from the Suites.  I'd like to hear from brides who used her at the Beach.

         


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        #4284 bruceg05

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          Posted 27 October 2011 - 05:47 PM

          I did contact Silvia regarding this matter and was told that there would be a day pass fee.  The only way you don't need to pay a fee is if it's in the lobby for a short period of time.  
           

          Originally Posted by starrysim 



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          Most of the accounts of not paying for Rashel are from the Suites.  I'd like to hear from brides who used her at the Beach.

           



           



          #4285 starrysim

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            Posted 27 October 2011 - 05:53 PM



            Quote:

            Originally Posted by bruceg05 

            I did contact Silvia regarding this matter and was told that there would be a day pass fee.  The only way you don't need to pay a fee is if it's in the lobby for a short period of time.  
             




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            #4286 Marlena

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              Posted 28 October 2011 - 06:22 AM

              I looked into booking Rashel, but the cost for me was getting up there with vendor fees, day passes, etc....I got Silvia to book me at the salon at the grand for hair/makeup. I hope I made the right decision!!



              #4287 to be mrs scuba

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                Posted 28 October 2011 - 09:40 AM

                Those turned out great!!!  Good Luck!!! and Congrats



                #4288 eholt

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                  Posted 28 October 2011 - 10:57 AM

                  The Suites did not charge a vendor fee for Rashel.  If the vendor is not staying for the wedding, there is no charge. 

                   

                  Originally Posted by Marlena 

                  I looked into booking Rashel, but the cost for me was getting up there with vendor fees, day passes, etc....I got Silvia to book me at the salon at the grand for hair/makeup. I hope I made the right decision!!



                   


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                  #4289 JamaicaSukie

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                    Posted 29 October 2011 - 05:47 AM


                    I am curious about this too so I hope someone can fill us in.
                     

                    Originally Posted by leslioni 

                    BONFIRE???

                     

                    I am planning on having a bonfire on the beach after our reception and before the disco opens. I was wondering if someone could explain to me how this works. I understand it is $250 for the bonfire, which includes open bar for 15 people for an hour. I have approx. 50 people so I know I will have to pay the open bar charge of $7 per person after the 15. Now this is only for an hour. How long does the Bonfire usually last for if it goes on for 2 hrs do we have to pay for another hour of bar service or are the bartenders good with staying. Also does the wedding coordinator stick around during all of this?

                     

                    Thanks



                     


                    Marrying the love of my life in Jamaica on 7/7/12 and have 11 people booked so far!!


                    #4290 Kimberli1211

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                      Posted 29 October 2011 - 07:20 AM

                      So I got the weirdest email from Nicole last night. I emailed her asking for the final details sheet since our wedding is now 5 weeks away. She replied to me like I was a travel agent getting it for my client. A long email about how things would go with "my client" and that "they" could be in direct contact with her if they wanted. There was absolutely NOTHING in the way I wrote that would give that implication, as in: "Hi Nicole, our wedding is in 5 weeks and I still need to fill out a final details sheet. Could you send me one? Thanks!" Hahaha. It sucks that they're so busy that there is absolutely  no personalization of service until wedding day....






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