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Anyone have info on Majestic Vow Renewals?

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Hi All,

I can't seem to get a timely response from the Majestic (Elegance or Colonial) on their packages for vow renewals or symbolic ceremonies.


Does anyone have any package info & pricing?



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Hi, I received this from the WCs a few months ago for 2010 pricing. I hope it helps. :)



Wedding Packages

Majestic Colonial & Elegance Wedding Pkg $1,750.00 attachment For Catholic and Civil ceremonies


Majestic Symbolic Wedding Pkg (Colonial & Elegance) $1,250.00 attachment For renewals or symbolic ceremonies



Upgraded Bride's bouquet Upon request

Maid of honor 55 + 16% each

Mother corsage 40 + 16% each

Boutonnières 6 + 16% each

Basic Center Piece 50 + 16% each

* All in tropical flowers. More options upon request.


Reception Dinner

Reception at La Barcaza Boat Information upon request

Private Reception Dinner at Wet bar / Parrots Bar / Ballroom 55 + 26% Dinner + set up (per person) More options on request

Private Reception Dinner at the beach 65 + 26% Dinner + set up (per person) More options on request


Special Private Party

Reception at La Barcaza Boat Information upon request

Wet bar / Parrots bar / Ballroom $300.00 decoration + set up Renting the area

Beach area $400.00 decoration + set up Renting the area

DJ, sound system and microphone-3 hrs $600.00 Extra hour $225

Sound system $250.00

Open Bar 15 + 26% per person per hour National Open Bar

25 + 26% per person per hour International Open Bar

35 + 26% per person per hour Premium Open Bar

5 + 26% per person per hour Wine, beer, champagne and sodas


Special Reception Packages *No longer than 11:00 p.m.

Disco / Sports bar / Parrots Bar / Wet Bar $500.00 per hour National drinks + sound system up to 40 guests

Beach / Presidential Suite $800.00 per hour National drinks + sound system up to 40 guests

Additional guests ( + 40) 10+26% per person per hour



Daypass (elegance / colonial) Wedding guests $50.00 For the wedding day

Daypass (elegance / colonial) Outside providers $90.00 For the wedding day or regular day

Dance Floor $550.00

Executive white tent $465.00

Light cones $300.00 2 cones

Photos / DVD attachment * Memo outside vendors!

Caribbean Live band $1,200.00 More options upon request

Floklore show $1,500.00 *45 minutes exhibition

Mini carnival show $1,500.00 *45 minutes exhibition

Perico Ripiao (Traditional Dominican Band) $400.00 per hour

Trio $300.00 per hour

Projector 240+16%

Screen 80+16%

Cigar Roller $450.00 One hour exhibition+50 cigars US$5.00 additional cigars

Fireshow $500.00 7-8 minutes exhibition

Decoration for the ceremony $348.00 *Up to 40 guests

Sashes $5.00 Each one

Table runners $25.00 Each one

Aisle Runner or Tulles for Gazebo $100.00 Each one

Tiffany Chairs for receptions $600.00 30 chairs (minimum) Each additional chair US$15.00

Reception decor. Pkg 1 $250.00 *Up to 20 guests

Reception decor. Pkg 2 $435.00 *Up to 20 guests

Reception decor. Pkg 3 $760.00 *Up to 50 guests



Contact to: coordinadoraspa@majesticresorts.com


Rates are subject to change, and are expressed in US$

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Oh Thank you Thank you!!! smile03.gif I think I'm now beginning to realize that my idea of a timely response isn't exactly the same as the laid back caribbean. It seems like it takes years to get a response from these hotels. Thanks again!

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Hi All and CONGRATS and your engagements! I am also planning a wedding at Elegance for July 2011 (nothing confirmed as of yet) and had some questions regarding the package as listed by BrideMichele (bless you!!). If you're paying $1250 for the symbolic ceremony, does that not include the reception dinner at any of the locales? And then do you have to pay extra to have a party (where you can do speeches, cut cake, and dance)? I guess it just seems a little pricey compared to some of the other wedding packages I've researched at other resorts (or maybe I'm imagining things...) Any thoughts?

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The wedding package includes the free dinner at one of their restaurants. I am having mine at the Steakhouse. It is semi-private but free. If you have a party at the Wet Bar/Parrot Bar etc, then you pay a fee. You can do speeches and cutting of the cake at the semi-private dinner.

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The free dinner can only be held at Asadito (steakhouse) or the Sea & See (seafood).  They tell me there is enough privacy/room to cut the cake, do toasts, ect.  We are doing ours at Asadito (confirmed June 29, 2011) and then just going to a bar after.  I'm not paying their ridiculous prices when it's AI.  I have the set menu's for both restaurants if you want them PM me.  Congrats and Good Luck!

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Thanks for this.  Didn't realize you could cut the cake during dinner.  Although I have booked the Wet Bar, the jury is still out on how many ppl will be joining us and I am not sure if I am having a reception.

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The wedding package includes the free dinner at one of their restaurants. I am having mine at the Steakhouse. It is semi-private but free. If you have a party at the Wet Bar/Parrot Bar etc, then you pay a fee. You can do speeches and cutting of the cake at the semi-private dinner.


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I am renewing my vows at the Majestic Colonial after 5 yrs of marriage.  I am looking to have something small and simple.  For those of you ladies who have sealed the deal at the MC, can you give me some of your best advice? Thanks in advance.

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