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Hello ALL you lovely ladies...I am just starting to plan my wedding...and i really want my date to be 10-10-10 ...which lands on a sunday...I've contacted Dreams, Punta Cana, and they said they do not hold any weddings on Sundays...i was wondering if SUNDAY they don't have weddings @ all on Sundays in ALL of Punta Cana...Does anyone know of a resort that holds weddings that day? muscle.gifI really want that date...frown.gif If anyone knows please send me a msg!! thanks all :) Also, if anyone has any ideas...i am so intersted and confused on the color of the brides maids...

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I don't think they offer Sunday weddings at all in DR. And I believe that most places will charge a fee of $150 for a Saturday wedding on top of the standard wedding fees.

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My wedding at Excellence was on a Sunday...same as any other day except your legal docs (if you choose to do it legally) will have to be taken care of the day before or day after. we did it the night before around 10 pm with the judge after our rehearsal dinner. Never heard of this no weddings on Sundays. We had the minister there and everything.

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I don't know if you're a liar, Amanda, because I thought the same thing! When I reserved my day/time with Moon Palace I recall there were no Sunday options (like "black out dates"). However, it makes sense that it's for legal purposes, since the Judge wouldn't work Sundays... so if you don't mind going the Symbollic route, maybe Sundays are okhuh.gif I've probably confused you more, so I'll close with recommending you check with the individual resort you are interested in :) Good Luck! I hope you get your date!!!

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Michelle,

 

Sorry to ask you a million questions. You mentioned you had a minister. Was that person a religous minister? When I asked Ana told me I only had the option of a non-religous ceremony. We don't need it to be legal (we did that here) but we wanted a religous leader to over see our ceremony. Right now we have hired Pastor York because we thought that was our only choice.

 

Thank you for all of your help!!!

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