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Hi...My name is Jessica and my fiance and I are trying to decide on where to go for our destination wedding. Its a 2nd for both of us and he has a daughter from a previous marriage, plus we are expecting our first baby in March 2010. There will be other children joining us (nieces/nephews) so any Sandals or adult only resorts are out of the question. We live in Pittsburgh and are looking at a late fall 2010 wedding somewhere relatively affordable (for more family and friends to join), somewhere all inclusive, and somewhere that we can take an afternoon and have a small ceremony/reception or dinner on/near the water and spend the rest of our time on a family vacation/honeymoon. Open to advice, suggestions, photo sharing, brainstorming, etc... Thanks in advance and I look forward to your replies!

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Congratulations, Jessica, on your engagement and on having a baby. You will find loads of helpful information on this Forum. You can use the search engine to find exactly what you're looking for. Happy planning.

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Congrats! I think the Dreams are reasonable for families! I am getting married at a Palace resort...they have several "levels" of resorts with different prices. Even the least expensive ones are very very nice! Congrats and welcome!

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Welcome to the forum!! Punta Cana, Dominican Republic is a relatively inexpensive place to go. Also I think that Sandals Jamaica and another one are child friendly! Mexico has always been cost-friendly as well. I hope you find what you are looking for.

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Welcome and Congrats! We've got several of the same requirements and after much deliberation we chose Dreams Riviera Cancun on 11/27/2010, mainly because we didn't want a super huge resort. But there are a lot of other good resorts in the Riviera Maya that will suite your needs as well. GOOD LUCK!

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