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Hi Krista,

 

I had looked into photos at the Cinnamon Hill Golf Course- Aquaduct. Here is the response I got from them back in April: 


  In order to take pictures you can deal directly with me as I set up the date and organize the payment and the transport on the property. The cost for pictures is $250 per hour. This allows for three persons to go around on a four seater golf cart from the clubhouse to the aquaduct. Please let me know if you would like to go ahead and reserve a cart and also a time.  
Thanks Robert Ames, PGA Director of Golf Cinnamon Hill Golf Course Rose Hall, Jamaica (O) 1.876.953.2984 robert.ames@rosehall.com

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Originally Posted by AandNJam View Post

 

Hi Krista,

 

I had looked into photos at the Cinnamon Hill Golf Course- Aquaduct. Here is the response I got from them back in April: 

  In order to take pictures you can deal directly with me as I set up the date and organize the payment and the transport on the property. The cost for pictures is $250 per hour. This allows for three persons to go around on a four seater golf cart from the clubhouse to the aquaduct. Please let me know if you would like to go ahead and reserve a cart and also a time.  

Thanks Robert Ames, PGA Director of Golf Cinnamon Hill Golf Course Rose Hall, Jamaica (O) 1.876.953.2984 robert.ames@rosehall.com

 

 

Maybe that is what I remember seeing... thank you! There has to go be somewhere beautiful that won't charge us a ridiculous fee just to be taking photos there...? I'll keep researching but the Aquaduct is so beautiful. I wish I could swing that into my budget... maybe I need to pick up a part time job in addition to my full time one! :) 

 

Did you decide you were going to do that? If so, so jealous! Your pictures are going to be stunning!

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Just had my 70 person wedding at The Grand, ceremony on the beach, reception at port maria. It was the best time of my life, wouldn't have changed a thing. We had a bonfire the night before which was so much fun. The wedding coordinators Syrecka and Janelle were AMAZING, best in the business. Took care of every little thing and they were both so sweet everyone loved them. The Grand ceremony and reception setup is breathtaking. Food and drinks were nonstop and so yummy. The flowers from Tai Flora were gorgeous and Misha Earle was awesome. I was most worried about the DJ but DJ Juvenile was perfect. we told him ahead of time, no lame group songs, no slow dances, just fun party music, lots of great top 40, dance, hip hop, and that's exactly what he did. He had every new song and everyone raved about him.

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Originally Posted by lala7513 View Post

 

Just had my 70 person wedding at The Grand, ceremony on the beach, reception at port maria. It was the best time of my life, wouldn't have changed a thing. We had a bonfire the night before which was so much fun. The wedding coordinators Syrecka and Janelle were AMAZING, best in the business. Took care of every little thing and they were both so sweet everyone loved them. The Grand ceremony and reception setup is breathtaking. Food and drinks were nonstop and so yummy. The flowers from Tai Flora were gorgeous and Misha Earle was awesome. I was most worried about the DJ but DJ Juvenile was perfect. we told him ahead of time, no lame group songs, no slow dances, just fun party music, lots of great top 40, dance, hip hop, and that's exactly what he did. He had every new song and everyone raved about him.

 

Sounds like a wicked time!! :) Did you guys do a first dance song or anything? We wanna scrap the group dances and stuff too!

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Sounds like a wicked time!! :) Did you guys do a first dance song or anything? We wanna scrap the group dances and stuff too!
We did do first dance, and then a mom/son father/daughter at the same time. We did it right away and super short just to get them over with :)

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Originally Posted by CGervaisToBe View Post

 

 

Bah, lol. Yeah I wasn't sure either. Other resorts had told us you had to pay the minister fees regardless, and Iberostar did tell me before that he could perform a symbolic ceremony, but I hadn't specified about legal at the time. We were originally going to the legal thing beforehand with my uncle, but since he's coming now anyways, I figured down there would be better. :)

 

I found an answer from the FB page !!! Another bride said she had her dad who is a minister do her ceremony, but the Jamaican minister had to pronounce them and sign the marriage certificate.

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Question....how did you handle the down payments for the outside vendors? I feel nervous sending someone I've never met/ so far away money via western union or deposit into their account??

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Originally Posted by sfox4214 View Post

 

 

I found an answer from the FB page !!! Another bride said she had her dad who is a minister do her ceremony, but the Jamaican minister had to pronounce them and sign the marriage certificate.

 

AhhhH!! Thanks for the answer!! Haha, the resort replied and told us we could have him do a symbolic ceremony but still have the wedding package we wanted as well, so we might just do that!

Have him marry us legally in Ontario 5 months prior with just our parents there, then do the ceremony in Jamaica too! :)

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Question....how did you handle the down payments for the outside vendors? I feel nervous sending someone I've never met/ so far away money via western union or deposit into their account??
It's definitely scary sending deposits to vendors you haven't met, but I trusted sending to tai flora and misha earle since they are both respected vendors.

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It's definitely scary sending deposits to vendors you haven't met, but I trusted sending to tai flora and misha earle since they are both respected vendors.
Tai flora is the hotels's connection so no worry there but the private vendors raises some concern since its so many months in between. I guess we have to just "trust" and go with the reputable vendors only.

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