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#11 sweettea

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    Posted 19 April 2009 - 09:00 PM

    Thanks for the tips about the welcome dinner and rehearsal dinner, I guess I should be emailing her as well!
    Bring on January 10th 2010! I can't wait!

    #12 CherylMc

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      Posted 22 April 2009 - 03:20 PM

      Hello
      youall keep mentioning the same restaurant - so do we have a reception dinner or welcome - what is the right way to do it - and is that extra or included??
      and Chandlyn shes good to deal with? Im looking to get married next jan there :) thaNKS Ladies

      #13 CherylMc

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        Posted 22 April 2009 - 04:39 PM

        good to know

        #14 kristyne

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          Posted 13 January 2010 - 12:16 AM

          Hi Everyone,
          What is the dress code at ROR? I have only been told about long pants for men in some restaurants, with no reference to sandals at all? I would like to let our guest know before hand if they need to bring specific shoes or other items.
          Thanks for your help!
          Kristyne

          #15 JUSTUSTWO

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            Posted 13 January 2010 - 12:08 PM

            Quote:
            Originally Posted by TA Maureen
            My husband wore flip flops to our rehearsal dinner at Mammee Bay Steakhouse.

            The only place I felt the dress code was strictly enforced were the gourmet restaurants, Sir Richard and Sir John as well as Tushima. Also during the day even the Planatation reuires shirts for lunch. My daughter had a bathing suit top on and shorts and was asked to put a shirt on.
            Quote:
            Originally Posted by jamaica2009bride
            The guys definitely will not have to wear close toes shoes for the dinner. Many of my guests had changed into shorts and flipflops for our dinner (for comfort for dancing on the beach) and there was no problem. The men in the bridal party wore flipflops and it was fine.
            In terms of the dress code, as Maureen said, Sir Richard, Sir John and Tushima were the only places where it seemed enforced. My brother and my husband wore sandals and shorts to all other restaurants, and we ate at each one several times.
            Quote:
            Originally Posted by chicklet
            My husband and best man had sandals on as well. No problem!
            Quote:
            Originally Posted by kristyne
            Hi Everyone,
            What is the dress code at ROR? I have only been told about long pants for men in some restaurants, with no reference to sandals at all? I would like to let our guest know before hand if they need to bring specific shoes or other items.
            Thanks for your help!
            Kristyne
            Kristyne, as indicated above, men & women are allowed to wear sandals at Mammee Bay, Plantation & St.Ann. The dress code is strict at Sir Richards, Sir John, & Tushima. For those restaurants I would suggest long pants/slacks/khaki's & shoes for men.

            #16 Loveisintheair

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              Posted 14 January 2010 - 04:39 PM

              Great question. I had not eventhought about it. Thanks for the info.

              #17 sarahkay20

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                Posted 16 January 2010 - 12:20 PM

                Thanks for the info ladies! I had not thought about this stuff either!

                #18 raeshb

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                  Posted 27 January 2010 - 02:15 PM

                  hey - have any of the previous brides had luck organizing a welcome dinner in advance? and if so, what is the best way to go about it? thanks :)

                  #19 JUSTUSTWO

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                    Posted 27 January 2010 - 02:23 PM

                    Quote:
                    Originally Posted by raeshb
                    hey - have any of the previous brides had luck organizing a welcome dinner in advance? and if so, what is the best way to go about it? thanks :)
                    This thread would also apply to welcome dinners:
                    http://bestdestinati....-dinner-51652/

                    Make sure to do a search if you have any other general ROR questions or visit the Jamaica subforum as there are lots of threads on ROR.

                    #20 raeshb

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                      Posted 27 January 2010 - 03:51 PM

                      Thank you JUSTUSTWO, I really like your hairstyle in your picture. I'd like to do the same for mine.




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