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OK The smile market package is called moments to remember....

Boy is this making my brain mush!

I need a vacation before my destination wedding doh.gif
 

Originally Posted by Smoylan View Post


 Ok This is why I was confuses, Ive seen Moments That Matter posts and Smile Market has add on's which are called "moments that matter"
 



 



 

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Originally Posted by Smoylan View Post

 

 

The Moon Palace Photographer is "Smile Market" I was contacted by Lupita Sanchez and she sent me the prices as of today (which they are very different than whats on the website) Soemeone previosly said the prices are going up in April. She sent me those too. I honestly didnt even open the attachment because I plan on booking them this week. Im still trying to look into the packages and extras right now.

Her email is wedding2@palaceresortphotos.com

 

She is very quick to resond and answer questions.

 

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Shan..I talked to the photographer at MTM and he said that the most recent one he did at MP and the couple only got him and the assitant a day pass...so lets hope it works that way..less $$!!

 

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Thanks ladies. This was helpful. Now if only the smilemarket website would work smile27.gif

 

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Ha ha ha ha I hear that.

 

This is too much work. If I had not put a deposit down I may have just ran off to Vegas.  It is 10 am and I need a glass of wine but that may be frowned upon at work.  shots.gif

Originally Posted by Smoylan View Post


OK The smile market package is called moments to remember....

Boy is this making my brain mush!

I need a vacation before my destination wedding doh.gif
 



 



 

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haha i hear ya there!!  im really beating myself up for not eloping!

 

 

Originally Posted by Smoylan View Post


OK The smile market package is called moments to remember....

Boy is this making my brain mush!

I need a vacation before my destination wedding doh.gif
 



 



 

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I hope that works for you! I think it's all a matter of your sneakiness- if you don't tell them and just put them on your guest list, they can't really do anything about it! I am flying a photographer from St. Louis and she is staying 3 days with her assistant so she is definetly a guest of the resort, so I don't have to worry about that! :)  
 

Originally Posted by Speckles121 View Post


Shan..I talked to the photographer at MTM and he said that the most recent one he did at MP and the couple only got him and the assitant a day pass...so lets hope it works that way..less $$!!

 

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Have any of you dealt with having to pay a per person meal cost because you went over the 35 people permitted at the function?

 

Just wondering what they are charging per person once you go over their stipulated limit.

 

 

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If you have over 35 you should have 60 or 75 room nights and should qualify for a free reception! :)

Originally Posted by airica26 View Post

Have any of you dealt with having to pay a per person meal cost because you went over the 35 people permitted at the function?

 

Just wondering what they are charging per person once you go over their stipulated limit.

 

 



 

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Hi Airica26

 

From my understanding if you choose to use the dinner reservation for your reception you are only allowed 35.  If you have more than 35 people you will then have to purchase a private function which is (with the new packages) $50/pp for a table of 8 or $400 for a table of 8 for 2 hours. That includes food and open bar.  It's an additional $65/table/hour you want to extend.  Hope that helps!
 

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Have any of you dealt with having to pay a per person meal cost because you went over the 35 people permitted at the function?

 

Just wondering what they are charging per person once you go over their stipulated limit.

 

 



 

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I am hoping and assuming we will make the 75 room nights but it says the reception is for 35 people. I am wondering though if there is more than 35 people will they charge us like $50 a person for the extra 20-30 people that will be there or will they just charge us for extra table set up?

 

I was supposed to talk to the wedding planner yesterday but she cancelled on me and I am trying to do our budget. And yes, I am a planning freak-a-zoid who does things light years before they need to be done. : )
 

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If you have over 35 you should have 60 or 75 room nights and should qualify for a free reception! :)



 


 

 

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But if you qualify for a private function then it is included and you pay nothing?
 

Originally Posted by Jamie5280 View Post

Hi Airica26

 

From my understanding if you choose to use the dinner reservation for your reception you are only allowed 35.  If you have more than 35 people you will then have to purchase a private function which is (with the new packages) $50/pp for a table of 8 or $400 for a table of 8 for 2 hours. That includes food and open bar.  It's an additional $65/table/hour you want to extend.  Hope that helps!
 



 



 

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