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Hi Ladies - so I typed up a nice brief review and uploaded photos last night, but as I uploaded the last one, my computer crashed and I lost it all.  So VERY briefly.  We did the ceremony at the smaller gazebo - glad we did - much more private and less formal looking than the big white gazebo (went really well with our theme).  Did cocktails and first dance and parent/kid dances on the pier - perfect for our group of 19.  Did dinner on the beach - beyond perfect.  Jenny is amazing and having the Circus of Dreams was most definitely the Wow factor.  Will post a better review on the review board on Thursday. Oh! And Miljan from HDC was our photographer and I HIGHLY recommend him!

 

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Hi Jen,

Yeh they really look great and the price is amazing for custom made! you couldn't rent suits for that price in Ireland! one thing though - I just checked my swatches and there is a tropical beige linen and a tropical dark beige linen...am I correct that you went with the first? Sorry to be a pain I just think everything looked fab for you and would love to recreate some of it! xxx  

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Thank you!! When I ordered the suits there was just beige linen.  I think the closest color to what i ordered is the tropical beige. 

 

 

Also for anyone looking for a DJ I HIGHLY RECOMMEND DJ MANNIA.  They were absolutely the best and had all the music that i wanted.  And I mean I gave them a list of 50 plus DO NOT Play songs and a List of Must play and most of the songs were songs that just came out or were hard to find the right remix and DJ Mannia found ALLL of the songs and played them just at the right time.  We were all Dancing for hours they were GREAT!!!!  

 

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Hi Jen,

Yeh they really look great and the price is amazing for custom made! you couldn't rent suits for that price in Ireland! one thing though - I just checked my swatches and there is a tropical beige linen and a tropical dark beige linen...am I correct that you went with the first? Sorry to be a pain I just think everything looked fab for you and would love to recreate some of it! xxx  



 

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That's good to hear, I already booked them for my wedding :) Did the DJ leave at exactly the 4 hour mark or did they stay a little later?

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Hey Jenn, how did you locate DJ Mannia?  Also, do you mind me asking how much they were?  Oh yeah and did they have an MC??  This is one of my biggest fears that the music is not going to work out!!  Anything you can tell me would be much appreciated!!

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Krod- the DJ stayed a little longer and will let you know 20 or so minutes before that the time is going to be up this way you can see if you want them to stay longer.  But this worked out for us because after the wedding reception and the ones that wanted to keep on dancing we just went into the club at dreams and by 11 or so they start playing the music and you can request the music that you want from the club dj as well. 

 

Bell-DJ Mannia is actually one of the vendors on this forum just search for them and make sure you put Punta cana because they have a couple of location.  They were about 1000 and worth every penny.  If you have specific music that you want just provide them with a list of songs you want them to download and they will find all the music and have it on hand to play.  The DJ is also a MC and will do all the intro that you want just let them know what you want and don't want. They absolutely pay attention to what you want.

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Thanks so much for the info Jenn! I tried to contact them at info@manniapuntacana.com. Unfortunately that email was not working. Would you happen to know another contact??

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Emma,

 

Your pictures are amazing!  The circus dancers look fantastic...I am so sure that was a major "WOW" moment.  Loved the colores!  I too am using the smaller gazebo on the beach for privacy ;) 

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Emma your wedding colors are beautiful!! Cant wait to read teh fullreview! Did you bring your own linens fo rthe GAzebo? IA m still trying to figure out how I want to decorate the Gazebo.

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