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Originally Posted by sfox4214 View Post

 

 

Courtney is right. If you booked your wedding December or later, you fall under the new package. Yes you will have to pay for one nights stay for your photographer if that's the case :(

Wow that's terrible! So cheap...

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Hey previous brides,

Did you ladies take out money to pay for the various vendors before you left on your trip or when you got there? Not sure if there are crazy transaction fees if you take the money out at the hotel but at the same time, don't want to be carrying around a ton of money for the first few days.

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Originally Posted by Mo Bay Bride View Post

 

Hey previous brides,

Did you ladies take out money to pay for the various vendors before you left on your trip or when you got there? Not sure if there are crazy transaction fees if you take the money out at the hotel but at the same time, don't want to be carrying around a ton of money for the first few days.

I'm not sure about the transaction fees because my hubby did the transaction, but at the hotel there was a $200 US limit for how much you can take out...So if you're paying a lot of vendors that could get annoying. I'd suggest going to a bank or seeing if they accept online transfers. 

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Hi Ladies,

 

I'm new around here and planning a January 2014 wedding... hopefully at the Iberostar Rose Hall Suites. Like many of you, I've tried to contact the WC's and haven't gotten any response. I'm now trying to work through a TA. I'm getting pretty nervous about getting a date confirmed soon, as I can tell from all of you that they go fast! I feel like I'm way behind!

 

Would anyone be willing and able to send me the wedding packages, pricing, and date request form? I know they'll change for 2014 but anything is a start. I don't have enough posts (yet) to download the one for 2013 that was uploaded earlier. cmandkw2014@gmail.com

 

Thanks so much and I look forward to getting to know all of you!

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Originally Posted by KWandCM View Post

 

Hi Ladies,

 

I'm new around here and planning a January 2014 wedding... hopefully at the Iberostar Rose Hall Suites. Like many of you, I've tried to contact the WC's and haven't gotten any response. I'm now trying to work through a TA. I'm getting pretty nervous about getting a date confirmed soon, as I can tell from all of you that they go fast! I feel like I'm way behind!

 

Would anyone be willing and able to send me the wedding packages, pricing, and date request form? I know they'll change for 2014 but anything is a start. I don't have enough posts (yet) to download the one for 2013 that was uploaded earlier. cmandkw2014@gmail.com

 

Thanks so much and I look forward to getting to know all of you!

You got mail!

 

Ciao

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Originally Posted by DaniScales2b View Post

 

One of my guests is our wedding photographer and we don't have to pay a vendor fee because he will be staying at the resort as a guest.  I'm getting married at the Grand.  If they aren't staying at the resort, I've heard of couples paying a vendor fee for the day for an outside photographer, but never having to require the photographer to spend 1 night.  Hopefully its a misunderstanding.

Hey DaniScales,

 

I am getting married at the Grand on 10/26.  I have a couple of questions for you if you dont mind.  Do you have a good idea of the "flow" for your special day?   I have been trying to imagine it and cannot come up with a fluid chain of events, ie ceremony, cocktail hour for attendees while we take pics or send our guest to the bar in the lobby to hang out while we take pics, dinner at the Surf and Turf restaurant and then......................  idk....

 

any insight is welcomed

thanks in advance

 

Ciao

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Hi Lisa,

 

Do you mind emailing me the 2013 prices? Is this for all three of the resorts?

Thanks!

Mandi

 

Mandialperstein@gmail.com

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Thank you for sending all the information along, it's very helpful!
 

I hope I hear from them soon and they still have some do-able dates. I'm hesitant to do a mid-week wedding, but I think that's all they may have left since we're just under a year out. Fingers crossed!

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