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Hey ladies I am considering Dreams Palm Beach for my wedding in March 2012. I just have a few questions, I didn't see the answers in earlier posts and if I'm wrong then I'm sorry for repeating. But any help you could give me would be appreciated!

 

We are planning on having a group of about 35-40 people. Since we have more than 25 we can't have our reception in the restaurant, since we have less than 50 people we can't have it on the beach so is my only option to have it in the ballroom?

Next, if we get the dinner package but don't get a full wedding package such as dreams of love or ultimate do we have to pay for the rental of the ballroom?

When you pay for your dinner, do you have the space until 10:30 for your reception without any additional cost?

And lastly, is alcohol included in the dinner price?

 

Thanks!

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Here is what I know so far:

 

You can have a beach reception with less than 50 people.

 

There is no cost additional to the dinner price if you choose to use a hall

 

You can brind your own sashes, and centerpieces (really easy way to save if you can bring them)

 

There is an additional cost for premium drinks at reception but dinner includes wine, not sure about beer. 

 

If you have not done so already, write down all your questions, including whether your date is available, and send them to the email address they publish.

 

You will receive a response fairly quickly and this should help you narrow your choices.

 

I have to say, so far, I am really pleased witht he service I have gotten from my WC.  Her name is Melani Mena.  Having a good WC DOES make a difference.

 

Happy planning,

 

V

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hey i believe that the liquor is included.....
 

Originally Posted by vcwedding2011 View Post

Here is what I know so far:

 

You can have a beach reception with less than 50 people.

 

There is no cost additional to the dinner price if you choose to use a hall

 

You can brind your own sashes, and centerpieces (really easy way to save if you can bring them)

 

There is an additional cost for premium drinks at reception but dinner includes wine, not sure about beer. 

 

If you have not done so already, write down all your questions, including whether your date is available, and send them to the email address they publish.

 

You will receive a response fairly quickly and this should help you narrow your choices.

 

I have to say, so far, I am really pleased witht he service I have gotten from my WC.  Her name is Melani Mena.  Having a good WC DOES make a difference.

 

Happy planning,

 

V



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hey hun that email isnt going througgh=(

 

Originally Posted by vcwedding2011 View Post

The email address she uses seems to be for the department: weddngs.drepb@dreamsresorts.com, but below is her contact inforamtion, i have actually spoken to her a few times and her, really nice and best of all patient with the 1000 questions:

 

Melani Mena

809-552-6000 ext. 1718

 

Good luck



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