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I am seriously considering choosing RIU for my wedding however I have a few questions....

 

If I have the reception in the Steakhouse....is it private? How does it work with your linen choice and centerpieces? Where did you dance at? Did you have to go to a different location?

 

Is it possible to have the reception out on a terrace? Or other options?

 

For the flowers, do you get to pick the flower choice?

 

 

My fiance is really set on RIU but I am still uncertain because of the tiny details I am unsure about. PLease help me if you can with the above info. Thanks

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I recently found out that the steak house is considered to be an open air restaurant. Meaning no walls for a wind break.

 

semi private that are included in pkgs are on the terrace at the Mexican and San Jose restaurant.

 

The steak house can only be booked for private.

 

NOTE: check carefully regarding extras...there are many hidden extras

 

for example if you want something besides pop and wine you will need to pay for an open bar which does not include blended drinks.

 

you can get a hook up for IPod but you will need to rent the speakers by the hour.

 

table cloths are white - color choice is only the napkins.

 

there are certain flowers that you can pick colors - if they are in season

 

all of this you make arrangements with your consultant at the resort

 

 

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Crys-I have the steakhouse booked as a semi private. Who told you that you could only book it as a private?

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I am seriously considering choosing RIU for my wedding however I have a few questions....

 

If I have the reception in the Steakhouse....is it private? How does it work with your linen choice and centerpieces? Where did you dance at? Did you have to go to a different location?

 

Is it possible to have the reception out on a terrace? Or other options?

 

For the flowers, do you get to pick the flower choice?

 

 

My fiance is really set on RIU but I am still uncertain because of the tiny details I am unsure about. PLease help me if you can with the above info. Thanks



 

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For some reason my post didn't work! It is true the steakhouse only has white linens. My mom and Aunt are bringing table runners, tea lights and we are ordering flower centerpieces to jazz it up! I'm not sure if we are supposed to bring table runners though! lol! We haven't asked yet!

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the resort told me

 

I was told the steak house restaurant was for private

the steak house terrace is for semi private

 

Linens are white except napkins (there is a list to pick a color for those)

 

no dancing except at the disco when it is semi private

 

 

 

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I was told the complete opposite......(steakhouse semi-private, steakhouse terrace private). That is also what is listed on the document I received on the different reception locations so I have it attached. :)

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I was told the complete opposite......(steakhouse semi-private, steakhouse terrace private). That is also what is listed on the document I received on the different reception locations so I have it attached. :)



 

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