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#1 AnnMarie

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    Posted 10 October 2010 - 06:49 PM

    Yeah, that would be me. I'm getting married at beaches t&c in 4 months and I haven't done a thing for it yet (except send out invitations). Don't get me wrong, this doesn't stress me out. What I'm really wondering is if I can decide and plan my whole entire wedding once I get on the resort? I feel like this would be easier and best for me. Any BT&C brides out there that have any experience with this? TIA
    -AnnMarie

    #2 StephanieF

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      Posted 11 October 2010 - 06:10 AM

      Same here.  I'm actually looking into it today.  I guess there are a few things we need to plan such as food for reception and music.   What is your date?

       

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      #3 Brandy

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        Posted 11 October 2010 - 06:30 AM

        I know exactly what you mean, there really isnt anything to plan, Ive just been doing stuff like invitations, pre-travel brochures, luggage tags, welcome books all the fun stuff, I think the only thing you can do is make sure you have your menu picked out if your doing a private reception after the ceremony.  And the other things would be a preference I guess, like you could write your own vows or just pick ones they have, you can make your own music CD for when you walk down the aisle and for the reception or you could just use theirs. Do you have everything in order for you marriage certificate?



        #4 AnnMarie

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          Posted 11 October 2010 - 11:26 AM

          Ha! I don't even want to decide on whether or not to have a private reception until I get there. It's just that you hear so many things from so many people, I don't know what to believe anymore. I kind of want to hear it for myself when I get there. For instance, whether or not a party of 18-20 would be seated at one of their restaurant. Some people here say they were able to make that reservation no problem, while some posts say no guarantee. It's a bit confusing. I'm betting the whole no guarantee line is sales pitch.



          #5 mistibuard

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            Posted 11 October 2010 - 01:37 PM

            I agree AnnMarie,

             

            I met a bride who was married there in October, and she planned everything on site. She said it was easier than working with Monica in Miami. So I think the answer to your question is yes. Hopefully one of the brides who was recently married at the resort will chime in. And yes, a lot of it sales. I doubt VERY seriously if you say "I want a private reception" to the coordinator on-site that they will deny you.

             

            Just my thoughts...
             

            Originally Posted by AnnMarie 

            Ha! I don't even want to decide on whether or not to have a private reception until I get there. It's just that you hear so many things from so many people, I don't know what to believe anymore. I kind of want to hear it for myself when I get there. For instance, whether or not a party of 18-20 would be seated at one of their restaurant. Some people here say they were able to make that reservation no problem, while some posts say no guarantee. It's a bit confusing. I'm betting the whole no guarantee line is sales pitch.




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