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Hi Ladies!

 

I am just in the beginning stages of planning. Does anyone know if you can string lanterns over the Cascade Terrace? I've seen it in many pictures of Oceana Terrace but not in Cascade.

 

Thanks!!

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Originally Posted by alanak View Post

 

Hi Ladies!

 

I am just in the beginning stages of planning. Does anyone know if you can string lanterns over the Cascade Terrace? I've seen it in many pictures of Oceana Terrace but not in Cascade.

 

Thanks!!

you can over both terraces but it costs extra $$ as they have to have electrician/maintenance person string them up.

 

I had at mine...it is not as low or intimate as at oceana terrace

 

 

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Hello! I hope your planning is coming along well. We have gathered helpful tips for cabo brides on our blog, you might find them helpful www.blog.cabobrides.com  let us know if you need photo or video services. Happy planning!

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Does anyone know how much the charge is to bring a photographer onsite or if there is a minimum they have to stay in order to be considered a guest? We are coming from Vancouver but am thinking of bringing a photographer from California (cheaper travel) and therefore more to spend on the quality of the photographer. Does Dreams charge a minimum 3 night stay or anything in order for us to not pay the external vendor fee (if there is one)? Thanks!

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Hey Dreams Brides!

 

I am in the process of booking DJ Ricardo, and was curious if anyone is going to have their DJ play music during the ceremony or just use a play list? Determining my budget but ore importantly if the music will even be heard while having a ceremony on the beach. Has anyone heard feedback on this?

 

Thank you!

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Originally Posted by wedding92012 View Post

 

Hey Dreams Brides!

 

I am in the process of booking DJ Ricardo, and was curious if anyone is going to have their DJ play music during the ceremony or just use a play list? Determining my budget but ore importantly if the music will even be heard while having a ceremony on the beach. Has anyone heard feedback on this?

 

Thank you!

 

We had our DJ for the ceremony on the beach too and you can definitely hear it.  They set up huge speakers on the sand.  I've also seen people have live music like a guitar player for the ceremony that sounds nice too.

 

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Oh thank you so much for letting me know! I was just about to PM you too because I noticed you wrote a wonderful review from your wedding. By the way, it was gorgeous! Congrats! Thanks for sharing such great information. I just may be asking you for other questions along the way!

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I know I have read that the dreams beach is not a swimmable beach. Where do you have to walk to again to use there beach and how far is it? Thanks

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