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What did people do for a dancefloor?  We are trying to decide whether to have a dance floor on the beach (if so, what kind) or in the restaurant and wanted any feedback you have...thanks! :-)

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Another question...has anyone done lime green, a bright fuscha pink and grey/pewter colors for their wedding that could share decoration pictures, ideas, etc.? :-)

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What did people do for a dancefloor?  We are trying to decide whether to have a dance floor on the beach (if so, what kind) or in the restaurant and wanted any feedback you have...thanks! :-)
We kept the dance floor inside and there was tons of space. It did get really warm though. Mayte had a second dance space and bar set up outside so that we could move out there if we chose to. So we did have the options available to us. We didn't do fuschia with the lime, but we did turquoise with lime. My pictures are in here somewhere or in my profile if you want to check them out for any ideas...

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So I just found out that Jellyfish will be open during my wedding/reception (which are on the beach). I didn't know this happened and i've been too busy to really email to ask more details as we're getting married first week of November. Anyone know if this affects the wedding at all? does it get busy? I'm not overly worried, just curious.

Also - if anyone needs a photographer in Nov/December 2012, my photographers will be staying in Punta Cana and are not charging travel fees for weddings. They are awesome and we just shot our engagement photos last week and had a blast!!  www.jonplusheather.com
 

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Awesome!!! Thanks for letting me know that...I feel so much less stress knowing she is going to be doing my hair/makeup...you're making a good decision going with Jellyfish...we had dinner there last time we were in Punta Cana and loooooooved everything about it! Fiance wasn't sold until we went there then that was it..it wanted as bad as I did...good luck with the planning!

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Originally Posted by LindsayOO View Post

 

Has anyone done coral as their colour??

I am getting married March 31 and my colors are coral and teal

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The restaurant is always open during weddings unless you pay the extra $1000 to reserve the entire restaruant.  When we had our reception it was open.  We had the first floor and outside.  All guests that were coming for dinner were directed to the 2nd level.  Honestly we saw about 5 people eating dinner during that time.  We even had gone upstairs to do some of our photos and there were only 2 tables occupied.

 

Later in the evening when dancing started, a dad and his small daughter did come out to the dance floor.  I personally didn't mind.  It wasn't a bother to me, but if it was I'm sure Mayte would have let him know that it was a private party.  other than that I never noticed any of the other people that visited the restaurant.

 

I think if you are a VERY private person it may be an issue... but is wasn't for me.  I Definitely do not think it is worth the extra $1000 to rent the whole place.

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Awesome! That is pretty much what my colours are as well..coral tan & small pops of teal...I just haven't seen pics of anyone who has done coral...are you finding it hard to find good coral colours? I'm trying to find mens ties, chair sashes for our resort ceremony, paper umbrellas etc and I find alot of the coral colours they are offering are either way too pink or pretty much straight up orange...it's driving me nuts lol
 

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