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Originally Posted by Skygirl View Post

 

alittlerandr, aww u r so good. I should probably just forward this to my family. brrr. thank you girl

 

 

 

 

thanks for posting, I have a few ppl that mentioned this also.

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Check deltavacations.com, too. That's who we're booking though. (Most guests are out of the Midwest.) If you sign up for their romance/friends and family (or something like that...it slips my mind!) package, each of your guests receives a certain amount off, and you'll get some money back after the event to help recoup costs. It's based on price, so each of our guests is getting $50 off their package, and we'll get $50 back for each package booked. Nice little bonus after the fact! The only thing is that your guests need to book with your travel agent so they can be part of the friends and family package. Just some food for thought!

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DId you get it?
 

Originally Posted by Miss Nisha View Post

MsClarke,

 

Would you be willing to email the additional wedding package information. I only received the Wedding Packages also. We are planning our wedding for June 9, 2012 and I am still a little confused on how all of this works. We should have about 30-40 gues and I am still trying to figure out the best way to go. Are there any packages that include a reception, ipod or DJ (do you have to supply your own playlist for the DJ). Any information would be greatly appreciated.



 

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Anyone have information on the hotel photographers work? I would like a video to play at our At Home Celebration. Is there a website where I can view previous work?

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Miss Nisha:
 

Send me your email.  None of the packages include a dj - the packages include basic ceremony and reception for up to 40 people...then you can either add dj or rent speakers so that your ipod can be played.  We are paying for dj/mc services - and we were told we can supply a playlist if we want or they can create something for us.  The dj that Ocean Blue uses is on facebook as RS Entertainment - they have videos you can watch (FYI - using any other dj service results in a $350 resort fee).  For us, we are going to pprovide some definite songs we want played and then let them fill in the rest.  Hope that helps - I can send the wedding services paper over once I have your email - it just includes extra things like flowers, centerpieces....

 

Actually, i will try attaching here first :)
 

Originally Posted by Miss Nisha View Post

MsClarke,

 

Would you be willing to email the additional wedding package information. I only received the Wedding Packages also. We are planning our wedding for June 9, 2012 and I am still a little confused on how all of this works. We should have about 30-40 gues and I am still trying to figure out the best way to go. Are there any packages that include a reception, ipod or DJ (do you have to supply your own playlist for the DJ). Any information would be greatly appreciated.



 

WEDDING SERVICES GUIDE[1].pdf

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Well, I'm less than 6 months out from the big day! I feel like there are a lot of loose ends...for example, I'm planning to book a photographer/videographer/dj through the resort but haven't done so yet. I'm working through a travel agent (rather than the wedding coordinator on site) and she thinks it's early to worry about these things. I'm not so sure - I wouldn't just start looking at photographers 6 months out if I was getting married at home!

 

Here's what I've done so far:

-Selected date and time for ceremony

-Chosen ceremony/reception package

-Reserved restaurant (La Brasa)

-All attire has been purchased

-Working on OOT bags and attendant gifts

 

So are there other major things I should have taken care of by this point? Any advice is appreciated. Thanks!

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Originally Posted by alittlerandr View Post

 

Well, I'm less than 6 months out from the big day! I feel like there are a lot of loose ends...for example, I'm planning to book a photographer/videographer/dj through the resort but haven't done so yet. I'm working through a travel agent (rather than the wedding coordinator on site) and she thinks it's early to worry about these things. I'm not so sure - I wouldn't just start looking at photographers 6 months out if I was getting married at home!

 

Here's what I've done so far:

-Selected date and time for ceremony

-Chosen ceremony/reception package

-Reserved restaurant (La Brasa)

-All attire has been purchased

-Working on OOT bags and attendant gifts

 

So are there other major things I should have taken care of by this point? Any advice is appreciated. Thanks!

 

I might be stressing about it also. I have been emailing directly with the resort coordinator. Are you having your (and your BM's) hair and nails done at the resort? If so that might wanna schedule.

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