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My favorite restaurants when I was there a couple years ago were the Caribbean/Seafood Restaurant on the Grand side & La Trattoria at the Golf Course. A lot of people like the Brazilian steakhouse (Arrecifes), I thought it was just okay. Arrecifes does have a nice outdoor terrace though so your wedding dinner could be more private out there. I don't know if any of the other restaurants have a terrace.
How was the menu at the seafood restaurant? Did it have a variety?

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How was the menu at the seafood restaurant? Did it have a variety?
I have heard, just regarding seafood in general at the resort, if it is any type of seafood blend (bouillabaisse, seafood enchiladas, etc) to stay away from ordering that. They will use a lot of crayfish and it gives a fishy flavor. This way they don't have to use as much shrimp, lobsters, scallops, etc.

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Hey! My wedding is the day after yours at the Moon Palace! :) Maybe we will run into eachother!
Hiya! Yes maybe we will! Although we are moving to LeBlanc the day of your wedding for our "honeymoon"!

If you see any mad scottish people...it'll be us!! :)

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How was the menu at the seafood restaurant? Did it have a variety?
I'm sorry I don't remember. I just remember that everyone was happy with their meal.

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I'm having a really hard time deciding on what flowers I want...

 

Has anyone upgraded their bouquet though the MP? I'm thinking about using the free on for my maid of honor (my sister) and using what i would have paid for hers, to upgrade mine.

 

Any thoughts?

 

I have a hard time trying to decide from just pictures!!

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i think once you get there, there will be a whole book of flowers you can choose from. I am just going with the free rose bouquet (you can have free roses or lilies), and from what ive read, you can choose you color.

 

i am prob ordering my bridesmaids bouquets from realtouch....just cant pay what MP is asking for a couple stems. im also ordering petals for the aisle/throwing....which i hope isn't a huge waste of money considering the wind.....

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I am using the complimentary bouquet for myself. I gave the wedding coordinator a picture of the flowers I wanted and she said she would give that to me for free. I just wanted various shades of pink and ivory roses (lots of them). However, the bridesmaids will have various shades of yellow lilies which are $90.00 each.

 

Is anyone doing flowers down their aisles? If so what are you doing? I wanted to have lilly bouquets down the aisle (just like the one on the Immaculate design on the website) but haven't gotten a price quote yet. I hope its not too expensive.

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Ooo I didn't know you could pick rose colours for the complimentary bouquet! I thought it would be white lilies or roses, which I thought would be to matchy matchy with the dress. So you can do pink, red, or mixes?? That would save a lot of time and money on making a real touch bouquet (which means I can spend it somewhere else, lol)

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Ooo I didn't know you could pick rose colours for the complimentary bouquet! I thought it would be white lilies or roses, which I thought would be to matchy matchy with the dress. So you can do pink, red, or mixes?? That would save a lot of time and money on making a real touch bouquet (which means I can spend it somewhere else, lol)[/quote

 

 

When I talked with my WC about what colors I was using for my wedding she told me what colors they had that and gave me a few suggestions she thought might look nice. She told me she could contact the flower person and check and see what other colors they have if I wanted something different.

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