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#1 Groom2B

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    Posted 08 January 2010 - 06:28 PM

    Hi everybody,

    New to the boards here and was hoping to get some advise. The GF and I are getting married in Dominical on January 15th 2011 and were hoping to get some suggestions on vendors from those who have done it before. We’ve already booked our location so that part is done. We’ve decided to rent a villa for the week and have the ceremony on the grassy knoll overlooking the water and a dinner out on the patio. Here’s a picture set of the house for anyone who is interested. The main things we were looking for was someone to do the flowers and someone to cater the dinner. I’ve had a hard time finding florists in the dominical area. If anyone has any suggestions I’d be greatly appreciative. We’ve also had a hard time finding a private chef or good catering company. Our group will only consist of 17 people including the bride and groom so it shouldn’t be that big an ordeal. We’ll be having a large reception for 100 people upon our return to Los Angeles but are only taking our closest friends and family to CR. I’m not sure if we want to use a coordinator or not. Since the only things we really neede coordinated are flowers and food, I’m not sure if we want to pay the cost of a coordinator for just a few small things. Thanks for your help.

    #2 Ask.CostaRica

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      Posted 12 January 2010 - 09:04 PM

      Hello there GroomB, good to hear you are an Angelino, two of our company members are from LA. Have you gotten in touch with Ana Montecinos? She is the wedding planner of Dominical area (ana.weddingplanner@gmail.com). She would have some advice on florists. Best bet would be to bring somebody from Quepos to cater your dinner. Try Marsha from El Gran Escape (El Gran Escape Restaurant great food!) or contact this person, Jerry Russo (jrumk@yahoo.com) for some help with this.




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