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Tell me about it. The fee sucks but at least we'll have awesome music - guaranteed. I also had to pay $460 for a dance floor. Our reception is in the Salon so had to get a dance floor put down.

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Laur13 - I am paying DJ DorrMixx $650 for four hours as well. He speaks English and will be announcing everything from our entrance to the first dances to the cake cutting! He is a vendor on this site if you want to look him up. I didnt get a dance floor because I am having my reception at the Tuscanes bar and I figure we can just dance around the pool.

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Thanks ladies for the input! I am trying to see I DJ D will be able to put his light up dance floor on the beach. I can't wait I hope he is not booked!

 

Another question....are any of you decorating with old childhood pictures or pictures of you together? I was trying to figure out how I can do this.

 

Thanks I'll let you know how I make out with the DJ :)

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No dance floor at Tucanes?? I wonder why she rec. this place then.

 

We ended up going with 2 cocktail parties since we are getting married at 3 and have less then 30 people.

 

We want to dance though so maybe should not pick Tucanes.

 

What do you think?

We leave a month from today. Ahhh!!

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Yes, true that will work!!

 

Do you girls think the i pod docking station will be enough for our beach cocktail party following the ceremony or do you think we will need sound system too??

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I think for your cocktail party the ipod will work fine. I would bring an ihome so you don't have to rent the one from them....since they overcharge :)

 

Baglover, dimplz--I can't get a response from the DJ duremix...I emailed him 2 different times...do you have his email or phone number maybe I have the wrong onehuh.gif Thanks ladies :)

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Is anyone bringing votives with them instead of renting the 4 dollar a piece votives from El dorado? They are charging me 120 dollars to rent 30 small glass votives with a candle to set up at El cocotal for my rehearsal dinner. I really think that is a big chunk! Any ideashuh.gif?

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