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Hi Adcurlz,

 

There is a pdf of their website that gives a better description of all of the extras.  Everyone over 25 people is $48 for the Eternity pkg and $53 for the Divine pkg.  It adds up!  I have yet to see the benefit of paying more for the Divine pkg so we went with the Eternity.  The other thing you will want to consider is that the pricing for 2013 will probably be higher.  There is also a charge for extra people for the cocktail hour and for cake.  If I find out more I'll let you know.

Originally Posted by adcurlz View Post

Hi Ladies. I looks like I am also going to go with Now Jade for our Feb 2013 wedding. I know it seems like I am planning early, but I just want to be way ahead of the game so I dont stress too much! I would appreciate any tips and advice as well. I am also a little confused by the pricing. We are going to have about 50 people as well, and I cant figure out at least even a ball park figure of how much it is going to cost. I see the package prices but that doesnt tell me how much it will be for the extra people. OR maybe I am just not reading it right. So if anyone has any info on pricing that would be great.

 

Happy planning ladies!



 

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Thanks everyone!! I have now booked for Nov 22, 2012!!! I decided to go with the Pergola, Blue Bar and the Bamboo Ballroom!!!

Adcurlz... The prices for guests over the 25 that are included with the package are:

Champagne Toast (per person) $4 plus 11% tax and 15% service charge 

Wedding Cake (per person) $5 – $8 plus 11% tax and 15% service charge 

Hors dâ€oeuvres (per hour per person) $15 plus 11% tax and 15% service charge  

Hope that helps

 

 

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Hi All,

 

I have an April 2012 wedding planned and reserved at the Now Jade, but still could use a little help.

 

I'm most worried about having blood drawn, getting a marriage license and receiving proof of our legal marriage back in the States. Can anyone comment on these at all? Thanks in advance! 

 

-Meggie

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I was worried about that also, so we are actually getting married by a justice of the peace next weekend and we're just not telling anyone :)  Also. make sure that if you do get legally married there, that you arrive in enough time before hand.  Getting married before hand also saves some money if that is a concern for you.  I think there is a thread about it on here somewhere. What's your wedding date? 

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We've got everything in place for an early April date, including travel plans to accommodate the requirement for arriving 4 business days before the wedding. As long as it's transferable to the US in terms of legal proof, we might be able to get over the blood draw... but that's a big might :) I think you're right about the cost too, as all of the fees that they quoted us for a transfer to English and documentation, etc. totals over $500.

 

Has anyone a) already gotten married and received legal documents and B) got their blood drawn and felt safe? 

 

Thanks!

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We are getting married at Now Jade in just a little over 3 weeks! Been planning this for almost a year now and we are so close to departure!! woot.gif

 

We chose the Divine package (ceremony at La Pergola, cocktail at Blue Bar and reception in Bamboo Room).Our WC is Pilar and she has been great to work with so far. Will post a full review when we get back. Happy planning everyone!!

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I'm getting married at the Now Jade Feb.19 and we have chosen the "Pergola" for the ceremony and the "bamboo room" for the reception. When looking around and doing my research, these two looked very private and I think we will be happy with it. Good luck and happy hunting!

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