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#21 sasha

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    Posted 27 May 2009 - 09:57 PM

    You can always use my planner in Jamaica. Sadeki @ chic-events in Jamaica

    #22 reenyw23

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      Posted 27 May 2009 - 10:41 PM

      I have asked for information about this from the RIUMB wedding coordinator but have yet to receive a response.

      #23 sherryl_joy

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        Posted 28 May 2009 - 12:08 AM

        So far, the Riu has told me that I would still have to pay for a wedding package even if I didn't want the ceremony there but want to keep the wedding dinner/reception there, depending on the number of guests I have attending. They would coordinate everything for me for the reception but I would not be able to use the same coordinator that I would have for my ceremony.

        So, it looks like I would have to have two wedding coordinators, one for the ceremony and one for the dinner/reception at the Riu. I've since thought about maybe having just a general religious ceremony at the Riu (if they can do it) and just do the church wedding on another day with the people who are really keen on seeing me get married in the Church.

        It seems a bit much and just a little stressful but if anyone has any other ideas, I would be more than willing to listen!! Thanks!

        #24 kandm2011

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          Posted 15 October 2009 - 05:01 PM

          Hi Sherryl,

          I was wondering if you had received any info since you posted this? I'm looking at getting married @ Riu and doing the actual wedding at Our Lady of Fatima and was thinking I could use the same coordinator from Riu or if it turned out to be too complicated ... I hope you were able to get accomodations for both!

          Michelle

          Quote:
          Originally Posted by sherryl_joy
          So far, the Riu has told me that I would still have to pay for a wedding package even if I didn't want the ceremony there but want to keep the wedding dinner/reception there, depending on the number of guests I have attending. They would coordinate everything for me for the reception but I would not be able to use the same coordinator that I would have for my ceremony.

          So, it looks like I would have to have two wedding coordinators, one for the ceremony and one for the dinner/reception at the Riu. I've since thought about maybe having just a general religious ceremony at the Riu (if they can do it) and just do the church wedding on another day with the people who are really keen on seeing me get married in the Church.

          It seems a bit much and just a little stressful but if anyone has any other ideas, I would be more than willing to listen!! Thanks!





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