@vancouverpetunia yeah, I don't think I'd want to have a dinner there, but cocktail hour should be fine, I hope! Might be a little awkward depending on how well my guests and the pool-goers can see each other lol..
That part of pool was almost always empty while we were there - everyone is around the bar and gazebo at the other end so you are fine on that. The only thing that might be a little annoying is on the beach side of that terrace is the hostess station for the BlueWater Grille and there is a bar there also for people waiting to be seated. If your wedding is on a night that the BlueWater is closed, it won't be a problem but if it's open, then people will be around and your view of the beach/water might be a bit blocked. Since it's only for cocktail hour and people are walking around anyway I'm sure it will be fine, and the will sort of block it off so people won't be walking through or anything.
@calgarybride2015 - It was hot, and my hubby's shirt was completely soaked by the end of the night, but we snuck down to the beach a couple of times where we had a great breeze and cooled off. Your bright colors worked out beautifully!!
@JaxBchKay Awesome pictures! Looks like it was a perfect day! You looked gorgeous - I love your dress! I'm also using turquoise as my colors.. I love how your table was setup, did you bring all the little candles? Thanks for sharing!
It isn't a restaurant but it's a little spot kind of on the side of the main pool (I think).. here are some pics..
Thank you so much! I had the second dress just for dinner and dancing which was nice and I twisted my hair into a bun so it was cooler
I brought a ton of the decor with me, the little blue candle holders, the shell candle holders, the table runners, chair sashes, the candles, a few vases, etc. etc. So I have 3 dozen turquoise candle holders and battery operated candles. I'm willing to sell some of them if you are interested, along with chair sashes and table runners