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Steel drum/calypso band and/or florist in Dominical area?

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#1 MelissaMK

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    Posted 22 November 2009 - 12:46 PM

    Hi - I'm getting married in Dominical in March and wondering if anyone can recommend a steel drum/calypso band and/or florist in the Dominical area? On average, how much should we expect to pay for the band?

    Thank you!!!

    #2 Dominical

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      Posted 22 November 2009 - 04:52 PM

      Unfortunately I can not because I dont know of any however I can refer you to someone that makes the finest custom wedding/etc. cakes around. If you are interested after view her work then please feel free to contact me via my site.

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      #3 MelissaMK

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        Posted 24 November 2009 - 12:37 AM

        Thank you once again for your help! I will check out the wedding cakes and let you know.

        Maybe you can help me with another question. :) I'm trying to decide the easiest way for our guests to get to Dominical from the airport in San Jose with the least problems. What do you think? Have the roads been paved on the drive yet? I know it's been planned for a while, but someone I know whas there in June and it still wasn't done (although they were preparing to pave). Or maybe I should just tell them to take an intra-country flight to Palmar Sur and we can arrange a shuttle from there?

        Thank you so much for your help!

        #4 Ask.CostaRica

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          Posted 24 November 2009 - 01:05 AM

          The planner for this area is Ana Montesinos from Cuna del Angel hotel (wedding planner for the hotel). We have worked with her on several weddings in the area. Here is her email address: ana.weddingplanner@gmail.com
          I am positive she has info on bands & flowers. Road is ready and paved from Quepos to Dominical (about 30 min from Quepos) they were finishing up some small sections this month.
          Bridges at Parrita & Quepos have been completed as well. I would say from San Jose, about 3hr 15min total to Dominical.

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