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#11 ldcampbljd

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    Posted 18 October 2010 - 10:00 AM

    What time is your wedding?


    our wedding was on the lawn at 4. We had a cocktail hour with a steel pan band and cigar rollers for 1 hour. This was was on the lawn also. Then we moved inside for the dinner reception.  Which room are you using for the reception? I think we were in the Kirk B.


    The Ritz doeshave an option that would  allow you to let guests pick their dinner selection on the night of the reception. That might work well since you have a smaller group.

    #12 mhartnett337

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      Posted 19 October 2010 - 07:48 PM

      ceremony starts 530 ihave no bridal party cocktail hour on the lawn then 7-11 recep. 1st she said rembro room and my biggest concern was a huge empty room for only 25-30 people seems silly so she suggested the wilson room.  Did you have a dj? I just dont know if it will be akward and a waste of money having a dj for such a small party 

      #13 ldcampbljd

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        Posted 20 October 2010 - 10:07 AM

        If I am not mistaken, the Wilson room is next to the Rembro and is a decent size room. Neither the Rembro or Wilson have windows....Maybe have her set up the tables family style or something other than traditional rounds. We had a DJ but you might consider ipod. We rented a docking station from the hotel for our welcome reception and that worked really well. We downloaded our favorite music and it was great. We also downloaded some of the music selections we wanted for the wedding and rented the sound system. We had to put the music for the wedding on a drive(?) and give it to the technician. Having a DJ might be fun though..I can look at my billing statements and give you the price for the DJ we had ( he was recommended by the Ritz and was very good...are you going to have someone keep things moving ie toast, dance, etc., We did our first dance as people entered the room and did not do stuff like garter toss, bouquet toss etc.,


        Hope this helps!




        #14 ldcampbljd

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          Posted 20 October 2010 - 10:23 AM

          I was mistaken...our reception was in the Rembro room, not Kirk B. Kirk B was a room we used for getting welcome bags together...sorry

          #15 princessbride4

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            Posted 20 November 2010 - 07:25 PM

            I've never stayed at the Ritz Carlton Grand Cayman, but if you decide to organize an excursion for your guests, you should definitely charter a boat and go to Stingray Alley. We stopped there on a cruise years ago and it was absolutely amazing! 

            #16 Lizzdee

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              Posted 22 November 2010 - 05:21 PM

              Eric Riperts restaurant in the Ritz is AMAZING!!!!! Definitly splurge and eat there!!!! I also second the trip to Stingray City, very cool experiance.

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