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@@MrandMrsBonitto2016 - No not yet. I'm still feeling it out to see if it's in the budget! Im looking for December 2014 though and I'm wondering if these are the prices moving forward 2015 on... if other 2014 brides didn't pay these, I'm going to see if I can get her to honour the lower prices hopefully

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@@MrandMrsBonitto2016 - Yes! I think I'm in love with Jellyfish, but I added up what it'll cost for 50 guests and it seems really high. I know people rave about the food, but the food and alcohol prices are more than what I'd be paying here in Toronto. But I do love the way it looks and I think it'd be such a memorable wedding for guests

 

I'm deciding between this and Beach Palace in Cancun. I suppose I should narrow down my country first :P

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@@MrandMrsBonitto2016 - Yes! I think I'm in love with Jellyfish, but I added up what it'll cost for 50 guests and it seems really high. I know people rave about the food, but the food and alcohol prices are more than what I'd be paying here in Toronto. But I do love the way it looks and I think it'd be such a memorable wedding for guests

 

I'm deciding between this and Beach Palace in Cancun. I suppose I should narrow down my country first :P

Lol....yeah that may help:)

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Past Jellyfish brides that only rented the bottom and beach out.... did randoms end up coming to eat at the restaurant upstairs and did it bother you?

Thanks

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Past Jellyfish brides that only rented the bottom and beach out.... did randoms end up coming to eat at the restaurant upstairs and did it bother you?

Thanks

 

I'm not a bride but I've photographed weddings at Jellyfish that had only the bottom and the beach rented out and I don't think anyone really noticed people upstairs.  The area upstairs is a lot smaller too, so there are not that many people there anyways.

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@@Julia Eskin that doesn't sound like a good idea. Do you know if they monitor the patrons? To ensure they don't crash your wedding?

 

They do monitor the patrons and because of the location of Jellyfish, it's highly unlikely that random people would show up and crash the wedding.

Of course renting out the whole restaurant is best, but if you have a tight budget, only having the bottom floor and the beach works out pretty good too (still much more private than any resort)

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