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Tokyo - you were a beautiful bride!

 

Did you visit ahead of time to plan the event or go on the word of the planners? what was your experience with Best Bridal?

Thanks!

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Thank you for posting your video.  It was awesome! Do you remember how much it cost you? Did the same company do professional photos for you as well? I would love to see those.

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Hi TokyoBride,

 

Congratulations on your wedding. The photos fo the ceremony are beautiful!!!

I'm having my ceremony in the chapel & it's a big help when you see pictures of previous weddings there. We are also using the Rainbow Suites. Would you mind posting some photos of the Rainbow Suites? I've looked everywhere online for photos, but there arent many around.

Your help would be much appreciated.

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Hey there Becsmom,

I was wondering if you'd be able to send me some of the pics you have from the rainbow room. I'm trying to narrow down reception sites, and I can't seem to find many pic. Thank you so much!

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Hey there Becsmom,

I was wondering if you'd be able to send me some of the pics you have from the rainbow suites. I'm trying to narrow down reception sites, and I can't seem to find many pic. Thank you so much!

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Hello Ladies,

 

My name is Cassie and im from Sydney Australia, I am looking to be married in the Ocean Crystal chapel and I like the look of the Rainbow suites.

 

The chapel looks absolutely amazing! We are expecting approximately 80-100 guests, did you find that you all fit into the chapel with no problems?

How did you choose your officiant?

 

I am worried that 80-100 in the rainbow suites will be too squashy? We would like to have a dancefloor infront of the bridal table big enough for everyone to get up and dance.

 

Any information is a big help!

 

Thanks Ladies :-)

 

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