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#141 erinsny24

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    Posted 25 November 2009 - 09:16 AM

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    So,

    I can't get a date at Dreams PB in June... they only have a Mondays and Tuesdays left which doesn't work for some of my guests. So sad!
    Aliceo...so sorry that it didn't work out for your dates at Dreams Palm Beach!

    #142 Chelymo

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      Posted 28 November 2009 - 03:59 PM

      Quote:
      Originally Posted by aliceo
      So,

      I can't get a date at Dreams PB in June... they only have a Mondays and Tuesdays left which doesn't work for some of my guests. So sad!
      Sorry to hear that, are you set on June? If so did you check Dreams Punta Cana - I hear that one is very nice as well. Good Luck!
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      Aracelis & DarrinMay 1st, 2010Dreams Palm Beach, Punta Cana

      #143 erinsny24

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        Posted 11 December 2009 - 12:56 PM

        Is anyone planning a symbolic ceremony at DPB?? We are getting married legally at home to avoid all of the translation and other issues and am hoping that a copy of the marriage certificate will be enough for the resort(and that we don't have to be in the country for 3 days). Figured I would ask here first before contacting the resort. Let me know your thoughts!

        #144 Chelymo

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          Posted 13 December 2009 - 03:29 AM

          Quote:
          Originally Posted by erinsny24
          Is anyone planning a symbolic ceremony at DPB?? We are getting married legally at home to avoid all of the translation and other issues and am hoping that a copy of the marriage certificate will be enough for the resort(and that we don't have to be in the country for 3 days). Figured I would ask here first before contacting the resort. Let me know your thoughts!
          Hi there:
          I'm doing a symbolic ceremony as well for the same reasons. You won't have to be there the required 3 days before but we are arriving on a Thurs for our Sat wedding just to have some time to relax before the ceremony and meet with Melani to go ouver the ceremony details.
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          Aracelis & DarrinMay 1st, 2010Dreams Palm Beach, Punta Cana

          #145 JENFLY6

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            Posted 13 December 2009 - 04:24 AM

            Quote:
            Originally Posted by erinsny24
            Is anyone planning a symbolic ceremony at DPB?? We are getting married legally at home to avoid all of the translation and other issues and am hoping that a copy of the marriage certificate will be enough for the resort(and that we don't have to be in the country for 3 days). Figured I would ask here first before contacting the resort. Let me know your thoughts!
            i decided on the symbolic for the legal reasons, I believe that if you get married in DR your certificate would be in spanish. therefore you might need to have it translated if you ever need to present your Cert. back home and translations could be costly. I decided to do was get married herebut i wont tell that to my guest since and have symbolic ceremony at DPB that way it will feel "real" for them.

            #146 erinsny24

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              Posted 14 December 2009 - 11:08 AM

              Quote:
              Originally Posted by Chelymo
              Hi there:
              I'm doing a symbolic ceremony as well for the same reasons. You won't have to be there the required 3 days before but we are arriving on a Thurs for our Sat wedding just to have some time to relax before the ceremony and meet with Melani to go ouver the ceremony details.
              Thanks ladies! We are getting there on Wed before our Sat wedding for the same reasons as you Chelymo!! I want to get in and settle everything with Melani before most of my guests arrive! I guess all they would need at the resort is a copy of our marriage license....hopefully that will be enough cause that is all I have.

              #147 nsbride2010

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                Posted 15 December 2009 - 05:18 PM

                We are getting married at DPC, and are doing a symbolic about 1 1/2 before the ceremony down south... only because they only do civil ceremonies here on the 1st and 3rd Friday of every month... otherwise, we would have done it closer to the date!!
                Enjoying marital bliss since July 1st, 2010

                #148 kburger0329

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                  Posted 21 December 2009 - 07:35 AM

                  thank you everyone for all the wonderful advice and insight!! my e-mail is kburger0329@yahoo.com if anyone would be willing to send me any pictures i would appreciate it so much. esp tarrytoon. thank you!! :)

                  #149 sungoddess_08

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                    Posted 31 December 2009 - 06:47 PM

                    We are getting married at the Grand Palladium Punta Cana the week of June 22-29 and going to Dreams Palm Beach for our honeymoon for a week.

                    Has anyone worked with the resort photographer? I want to see if I can set up a TTD session. Also, if anyone has had their honeymoon at Dreams PB I would love to hear all about it!

                    #150 JENFLY6

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                      Posted 04 January 2010 - 03:26 AM

                      Having a dilemma....
                      I was thinking of having just cocktails and cake for the reception, since the ceremony is at 4 i thought the guest could have dinner anywhere they like throughout the resort, and then we meet later for cake, music, toast and cocktails. While they eat, I could use that time to change dresses and take pictures. One of the reasons i thought this would be a good idea is because DPB is all inclusive and from my own experience there is always so much food that I don’t want to overwhelm my guest with more food at a reception sometime around 8 pm after they have been eating all day. So, is not having a sit down dinner at an all-inclusive resort considered tacky?




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