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#11 TammyWright

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Posted 09 June 2010 - 12:46 AM

boogie, monse is really great and actually really supportive of allowing outside vendors so i am sure it won't be a problem but def. keep that email just in case.

i know that they currently allow some outside vendors but may start only allowing preferred vendors soon but not sure exactly when that will happen.

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#12 Boogies

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    Posted 09 June 2010 - 01:07 AM

    thanks for your help ladies! i will email both dj's and see what deals i can get from them.

    tammy - vendors that are not allowed in Riu are florists, wedding coordinators and photographers. i didnt read anything about a DJ. but like i said, will definitely keep the email monse and paola sent me. btw, do you know which restaurant would be best to hold the reception with good food? we were thinking of the steakhouse but seems like everyone is picking the mexican restaurant. Thanks!

    #13 kclyburn

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      Posted 12 June 2010 - 02:13 PM

      [QUOTE=liljuicy;1322088]I think it was about 200 per hour for DJ services. We got a package deal so it was less because he also played guitar during our ceremony and provided sound systems and lighting. Hope it helps![/

      Did you use Pacific Sound? How was his guitar playing?? I would love to check into that as well!

      #14 susanna.hanson

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        Posted 22 June 2010 - 12:50 PM

        [QUOTE=kclyburn;1326429]
        Quote:
        Originally Posted by liljuicy
        I think it was about 200 per hour for DJ services. We got a package deal so it was less because he also played guitar during our ceremony and provided sound systems and lighting. Hope it helps![/

        Did you use Pacific Sound? How was his guitar playing?? I would love to check into that as well!
        I am looking into using Pacific Sound for my wedding as well. I have already been in contact with a guitarist for the ceremony so I wouldnt really need him for that but would like to have a DJ for the reception for around 4 hours. I am also interest in the sound system and lighting for the reception. Do you know what he charged you for that?

        #15 pinayflava

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          Posted 22 June 2010 - 01:22 PM

          has anyone heard of dj gaston montano? apparently that is who is DJ'ing my wedding and i booked it through the resort....

          #16 susanna.hanson

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            Posted 23 June 2010 - 10:12 AM

            [QUOTE=kclyburn;1326429]
            Quote:
            Originally Posted by liljuicy
            I think it was about 200 per hour for DJ services. We got a package deal so it was less because he also played guitar during our ceremony and provided sound systems and lighting. Hope it helps![/

            Did you use Pacific Sound? How was his guitar playing?? I would love to check into that as well!
            I am looking into using Pacific Sound for my wedding as well. I have already been in contact with a guitarist for the ceremony so I wouldnt really need him for that but would like to have a DJ for the reception for around 4 hours. I am also interest in the sound system and lighting for the reception. Do you know what he charged you for that?

            #17 Sealed with Spice

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              Posted 29 June 2010 - 04:38 PM

              I'm not entirely sure how it works in Cabo, but in Puerto Vallarta it is always recommended that each couple provide a "guideline form" to their coordinator to pass along to the DJ, particularly if you aren't familiar with him or are concerned about the music. List 10 artists/songs you love as well as songs/artists you really don't want to hear; any decent DJ should be able to use this as a guide to provide great music to start with and then continue to play what your guests are responding to in order to keep them on the dance floor all night long! Good luck!

              #18 Crys

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                Posted 03 June 2011 - 08:52 PM

                The Riu Palace has told us that the DJ for the resort is Cedric Kaelin...has anyone heard of him?






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