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Hey ladies...

 

Just wondering if any of you had/are planning to do your cake/champagne right after your ceremony (before dinner)?  I am asking this because we are going to the Jellyfish Restaurant for the reception but since the cake is included in the free package I would rather do that then pay for another one at the reception.  Any feedback would be great!  :)  I asked Leticia if I could and she said we could arrange it but I would want a covered area to give my guests a break from the sun since we are having a beach wedding.  Then maybe just have a sweet/candy table at the reception..

 

Thanks!

Carrie

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We had a champagne toast right after the ceremony and it was great. It is so immediate you won't even think about it so I highly recommend.

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Ok ladies, I need help! My wedding is at DPB in about 3 weeks. I'm a little stressed now because I have been receiving emails responses back from two different wedding coordinators and they both give me different answers. Does anyone know if the drinks that come with the buffet package include a 3 hour reception? I'm doing the gold buffet with a beach reception, but I'm not sure if I have to pay the $12 pp per hour also for the reception.

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Drinks do come included with the buffet packages for up to 20 people. You have to pay extra for the buffet/drinks for any number over that. I think it's $30 per person or something like that. I did email Melani about the drinks a while back and she said that drinks are included during the dinners and cocktail hours. I can forward you that email if you would like.
 

Originally Posted by Melissa01985 View Post

Ok ladies, I need help! My wedding is at DPB in about 3 weeks. I'm a little stressed now because I have been receiving emails responses back from two different wedding coordinators and they both give me different answers. Does anyone know if the drinks that come with the buffet package include a 3 hour reception?

I'm doing the gold buffet with a beach reception, but I'm not sure if I have to pay the $12 pp per hour also for the reception.


 

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Hi CCin331, 

 

Everything came out amazing!  I was wondering where you got the wrist coils and badge holders from?

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Our Welcome Bag Contents...

  • Canvas Tote/Beach Bag
  • Wrist Coils and Soft Vertical ID Badge Holders for Room Keys (Waterproof)  **These were a hit as our guests could go anywhere with it***
  • Travel Tissues
  • Playing Cards
  • LifeSavers
  • Chapstick
  • Love Quote Pens
  • Heart Shaped Notepads
  • White Chocolate Starfish with Brown Sugar Sand
  • Wine Charms in a Glossy White Gift Box
  • Tylenol Packets
  • Personalized Votive Holder with Scented Votive
  • Welcome Letter
  • Bride and Groom Buttermints

 

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Try Oriental Trading Company for the coiled key chains,  I got mine there for $3 a dozen (i think)
 

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Hi CCin331, 

 

Everything came out amazing!  I was wondering where you got the wrist coils and badge holders from?



 



 

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Hey Dreams Palm Beach brides. I just booked my wedding for July 4th, 2012 :)! I have a quick question for you guys. I heard from my TA today that you cannot combine the free wedding with the group rates. Does anyone know if that is true? I am having my reception at the jellyfish and now I am debating just moving my wedding there as well since it would be cheaper to go there to do it. I just really love the gazebo idea at dreams instead of on the beach at jellyfish.

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Hi ladies! 

 

We're getting married at Dreams Palm Beach April 2012 and the resort is absolutely amazing. It's much better than Majestic (the food and service, for sure). I love how 'boutique' it feels. Also, it's a ways away from other resorts and you don't get vendors bothering you on the beach. I was just there recently, you can check out some pictures here: http://www.katyanovablog.com/dreams-palm-beach-jellyfish-wedding-punta-cana-mc/

 

My fiancee & I want to have a sunrise ceremony there, so we'll go there next month to stay for a couple of days and see how everything is! Let me know if there's anything you want me to find out for you :)

 

Congrats to you all! 

Katya. 

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