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HELLO,

 

I AM JUST STARTING TO PLAN MY WEDDING AND AFTER MUCH CONSIDERATION MY FIANCE AND I HAVE DECIDED ON STAYING AND PLANNING OUR WEDDING AT THE HARD ROCK HOTEL AND CASINO.  I WAS WONDERING IF ANYONE HAS BEEN THERE RECENTLY (AFTER RENNOVATION) OR IF ANYONE HAS HAD A WEDDING THERE.  I WOULD LOVE TO GET SOME FEEDBACK ON THE PROCESS, AS WELL AS POSSIBLY SEE ANY PICTURES ANYONE HAS.

 

THANK YOU EVERYONE

LAURA

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Congrats! Im getting married there also on July 09, 2011. When is your wedding date?

I completely understand where you are coming from. Also looking for some feedback on brides who have had their weddings there. The hotel has completely been transformed since i was last there - which was Feb 2010.

I am going there May 8th to see the renovations and confirm all my details with my WC.

I will post all the pics I take upon my return. I am getting nervous about planning every detail hundreds of miles away. Thanks

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Went othis hotel when it had just opened - Moon Palace...its amazing and huge...we always had a pool to ourselves and the food was soooooo good....good luck brides its awesome!

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Congrats all! I'm getting married here on May 19th, 2012, but cannot find any good info! Please share as much info as you can.

 

Happy Planning!!!

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I am also planning a spring 2012 wedding here! I am going to check it out in 3 weeks... can't wait! I will post a full review when I get back.

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Hi All! I just wanted to give you guys some info! E-mail me at britb618@aol.com if anyone needs anything on this venue, I have gotten in contact with a great person there and gotten alot of info from them. I would be happy to pass it on as well as all the info that I have gotten from various brides! We are doing the lounge set up that they have on the themed functions page and having an evening reception on the Element Terrace, the nicest terrace there from what I have seen! Its overlooking the beaches and pools where as the other ones are in the back of the hotel looking at the other buildings. Happy Planning!

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I'm getting married December 9, 2011.  http://www.travimp.com/hotel.php?msg=pujplc   If you go to that website and click on virtual tour and then HD 360 you can see the Element Terrace with the lounge set up. I am having these centerpieces, probably about three sets on those big long tables http://weddingdish.thinklikeabride.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/10/jessica-and-ben-com.jpg Hard Rock told me they could do something like that for 60 each. I've also attached the decoration list of prices that I recieved. If people want more information let me know! :)

 

 

 

 

 

Decoration_list_of_prices_Jun_10[1].pdf

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