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#1 elizabethrodriguez314

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    Posted 11 August 2010 - 11:21 AM

    hello ladies i have beeen searching threads to see if this has been discused and dont see anything i am going to visit dreams palm beach and i wanted to know if you ladies have any suggestions of what i should ask i really dont want to forget to ask or look at something...... thanks

    #2 JoandJer

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      Posted 11 August 2010 - 01:00 PM

      i'm headed to dreams palm beach for a visit as well, in early nov.  i'd also love to hear what others have asked.  especially those questions you don't think to ask when you are there, but came up later? 

      #3 lyndsay_h

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        Posted 11 August 2010 - 03:20 PM

        There's basic ones like costs, what comes with each package, see the location options for the reception are if you don't want it on the beach...but make sure you also find out what the backup plan would be if it rained on your wedding day.

        #4 elizabethrodriguez314

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          Posted 12 August 2010 - 06:01 AM


          #5 KKEENER

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            Posted 12 August 2010 - 09:34 AM

            I would get a full tour of the resort. Ask to see all room types,all facilities and everything the resort has to offer.  Your guests will want to know all kinds of information that you can share with them because you saw the resort first hand.

            As far as wedding questions, the wedding coordinator should be able to walk you through the details.......that is their job.

            Have a good visit--take lots of pictures--and take friends with you to hear and see what you don't.

            #6 Dolcenotte12

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              Posted 12 August 2010 - 03:33 PM

              The simple act of meeting and speaking with your wedding coordinator will give you an idea of how smooth the planning process and wedding will go. To me, the most important aspect of your wedding planning is your communication with your wedding planner. Does she take the time to listen to you? Is she friendly and warm? Does she speak decent English so you can correspond through the internet? Ask: How many weddings do they do a day? Look at flower, cake, and wedding/reception choices and locations. check out the spa to see if they do a good job with hair/nails/makeup! Of course when you are there, try to find out when they are having weddings and check them out from a distance!!

              #7 elizabethrodriguez314

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                Posted 13 August 2010 - 09:49 AM


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