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#1 semiya83

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    Posted 10 September 2009 - 12:01 PM

    I am having a hard time choosing where to have my reception location in Paradisus Punta Cana.
    I am looking to have only about 15 guests and would like to have a sit down dinner with dancing. Not sure if I should do one of the restaurants or have it at one of the terraces. Need some help!!

    #2 Outdoor_girl1010

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      Posted 10 September 2009 - 12:09 PM

      Are you getting a package where a Reception is include or are you wanting to do this on your own after the wedding?
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      #3 Glamourina

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        Posted 10 September 2009 - 07:23 PM

        Quote:
        Originally Posted by semiya83
        I am having a hard time choosing where to have my reception location in Paradisus Punta Cana.
        I am looking to have only about 15 guests and would like to have a sit down dinner with dancing. Not sure if I should do one of the restaurants or have it at one of the terraces. Need some help!!
        I had my reception (20 people) on one of the terraces. It was a nice space that was private and enough room for dancing, however there's no A/C and no breeze so if that's important to you, maybe go with a beach reception or one of the restaurants?

        #4 semiya83

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          Posted 15 September 2009 - 02:19 PM

          I am going to have the wish package. I am expecting no more than 20 people to attend but a private dinner and some dancing is important to me. After speaking to Miguelina, she said I can do a private sit-down dinner for $50 pp. I thought that would be great... now I just need to find the details as to how much extras (decor) will cost. I am actually debating on the gabi beach or terrace for dinner/some dancing. Any suggestions?

          #5 foxytv

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            Posted 20 September 2009 - 11:24 AM

            I was married at PPC, but with a larger group (40ppl) so we did the beach reception w/ buffett and dancing, which was perfect for us.

            Depending on how much $$ you want to spend - you can do dinner at no extra cost at any of the restaurants (they will section off an area for you and give you a set menu - which is what we did at Marino restaurant for our Rehearsal Dinner). Then, you could go to the Lobby Bar (BEST place on resort for dancing) and set up an area yourselves near the music.

            After having been there - that is what would be perfect (for us) with a guest list your size. The Lobby Bar is FUN and the area is big enough that you would have no problem getting a seating area there for you and your guests.

            After our reception was over - we all went to the Lobby Bar and continued dancing well into the night and it was one of the highlights for us and our guests.

            Everyone on our trip wants to go back and still talks about how awesome the nighlife was - especially at the Lobby Bar! (go there your first night and get to know the bartenders ... they WILL take care of you!) And in your wedding attire - you will never have to wait for a drink.

            Not sure if that is at all something you would like, especially if you haven't been there yet to see for yourself, but it's certainly an option that I am sure would not disappoint.

            GOOD LUCK!!!

            #6 foxytv

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              Posted 20 September 2009 - 11:27 AM

              I was married at PPC, but with a larger group (40ppl) so we did the beach reception w/ buffett and dancing, which was perfect for us.

              Depending on how much $$ you want to spend - you can do dinner at no extra cost at any of the restaurants (they will section off an area for you and give you a set menu - which is what we did at Marino restaurant for our Rehearsal Dinner). Then, you could go to the Lobby Bar (BEST place on resort for dancing) and set up an area yourselves near the music.

              After having been there - that is what would be perfect (for us) with a guest list your size. The Lobby Bar is FUN and the area is big enough that you would have no problem getting a seating area there for you and your guests.

              After our reception was over - we all went to the Lobby Bar and continued dancing well into the night and it was one of the highlights for us and our guests.

              Everyone on our trip wants to go back and still talks about how awesome the nighlife was - especially at the Lobby Bar! (go there your first night and get to know the bartenders ... they WILL take care of you!) And in your wedding attire - you will never have to wait for a drink.

              Not sure if that is at all something you would like, especially if you haven't been there yet to see for yourself, but it's certainly an option that I am sure would not disappoint.

              GOOD LUCK!!!

              #7 moepeedy

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                Posted 20 September 2009 - 06:27 PM

                I had my reception party at The Jellyfish restaurant. It was amazing and the food was delicious. My planning thread has the link of the restaurant. Good Luck.
                Moe's Plannin Thread Super Long

                http://bestdestinati...om/forum/t45234




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