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#1 ~St.T Bride~

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    Posted 11 July 2009 - 02:13 PM

    Sometimes it doesn't pay to do things too far in advance...

    So, I'm a cruisebride who has been booked for over a year now, and from my STD's which were sent about 6 months ago we have 33 booked. I know that there are still more to book, I would guess anywhere from 5-20 people??

    I have also had my invites done for months now and seeing as the wedding is in Feb., I thought I would wait until the summer is over and send out my invites in Sept/Oct. to refresh the memory of those that are waiting to book. My invites are a boarding pass design (3 passes per invite), with formal invite wording on the first, accommodation pricing on the second, and contact/rsvp on the 3rd.

    Well Carnival has just said that they will be taking back the rooms set aside for my group by the middle of August if they don't have deposits and names. So if people book, it will be at whatever the going rate is, because the price fluctuates up and down...

    So....my dilemma is for the accommodation pass. Right now I have it broken down between inside, oceanview and balcony pricing. If I send out the invites in Sept/Oct., the pricing would then be at the going rate rather than the group rate I had secured because Carnival would have taken the rooms back. How do I word this?

    #2 TerpsOfTheCaribbean

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      Posted 11 July 2009 - 04:31 PM

      "rates subject to change"

      I wouldn't want all of my guests to debate pricing with the agents if the number I gave them turned out to be wrong.

      #3 weddingchick

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        Posted 11 July 2009 - 07:27 PM

        I wouldn't put any exact pricing on the STD. I would refer them to your TA and website for more details.

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