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Would you mind sending me one too? I can't seem to get in contact with Mayte ;( my email is ksaeuong@yahoo.com

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Hi, I'm also having a hard time trying to get in contact with Mayte. Could anyone send me the 2013/2014 price list? I would really appreciate it!

My email is sandra_14ms@hotmail.com

 

Thanks!

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Originally Posted by mairelys View Post

 

Hey Mady, did you have the 2013 or the 2014 list? 

If you have the 2014, could you send it my way? stephanie.e.chamberlain(AT)gmail.com

Hey, I have the 2013 prices, if you're interested.

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Originally Posted by Mady28 View Post

 

Hey, I have the 2013 prices, if you're interested.

Hi Mady28,

 

Do you think you can send the the 2013/2014 price list? I'd really appreciate it 

 

Thanks!

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Originally Posted by sms01 View Post

 

Hi Mady28,

 

Do you think you can send the the 2013/2014 price list? I'd really appreciate it 

 

Thanks!

 

I have the prices for 2013. I can send that to you.

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Originally Posted by JennCarlson View Post

 

 

Hi Ana,

Jellyfish was a bit more expensive than the resort (Majestic Colonial). But the resort did 4 weddings per day, and looked all cookie cutter. You will absolutely not be disappointed with JF. It is 100% worth the extra money

 

 

It's funny b/c when I originally thought about having a wedding in the DR, I figured it would be whole lot cheaper than doing it pretty much anywhere else. I have been quite surprised to find out that its not. Whether you are going the Jellyfish route or at a hotel, it's clear that the wedding industry is alive and well and at least in Punta Cana, they are charging a pretty penny to couples who want to tie the knot (when evaluating the per person rate). 

 

That being said, Jellyfish may not be the least expensive option on the island, but after doing a TON of research, I can say it is not the most expensive and I think it provides the most value. Your party won't have a curfew, you get an incredible wedding planner in the price, everything is customizable, and its MUCH more private than a resort wedding. When I recently went to check out venues in Punta Cana, there happened to be a wedding going on at one of the resorts my fiance and I were evaluating. The wedding was pretty small, probably 40 people in cocktail attire, they looked great! The only thing is they had about 200 people of all shapes, ages, and sizes in bikinis standing around and staring at them. Watching from the outside it looked soo awkward, and I kept thinking about the pictures! How do you avoid the other hotel guests in your portraits?

 

We also happened to have been at Jellyfish during a wedding and due to the layout of the restaurant, it was a much more private and personal experience, which I imagine is desirable for most brides.

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Originally Posted by JennCarlson View Post

 

 

Hi Ana,

Jellyfish was a bit more expensive than the resort (Majestic Colonial). But the resort did 4 weddings per day, and looked all cookie cutter. You will absolutely not be disappointed with JF. It is 100% worth the extra money

 

 

It's funny b/c when I originally thought about having a wedding in the DR, I figured it would be whole lot cheaper than doing it pretty much anywhere else. I have been quite surprised to find out that its not. Whether you are going the Jellyfish route or at a hotel, it's clear that the wedding industry is alive and well and at least in Punta Cana, they are charging a pretty penny to couples who want to tie the knot (when evaluating the per person rate). 

 

That being said, Jellyfish may not be the least expensive option on the island, but after doing a TON of research, I can say it is not the most expensive and I think it provides the most value. Your party won't have a curfew, you get an incredible wedding planner in the price, everything is customizable, and its MUCH more private than a resort wedding. When I recently went to check out venues in Punta Cana, there happened to be a wedding going on at one of the resorts my fiance and I were evaluating. The wedding was pretty small, probably 40 people in cocktail attire, they looked great! The only thing is they had about 200 people of all shapes, ages, and sizes in bikinis standing around and staring at them. Watching from the outside it looked soo awkward, and I kept thinking about the pictures! How do you avoid the other hotel guests in your portraits?

 

We also happened to have been at Jellyfish during a wedding and due to the layout of the restaurant, it was a much more private and personal experience, which I imagine is desirable for most brides.

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