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#461 Chacie B

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    Posted 22 January 2013 - 10:17 AM

    Hello Fellow BP Brides,

     

    We are going to go ahead and do the room block. Quick question, when I received the special early booking rates the rates were listed as ‘Single Occupancy, Double Occupancy, Triple Occupancy, etc’. If our guests are coming and bringing a date, that means double occupancy? Just curious why it wouldn’t be a flat rate regardless if you have a king or double bed and with 2 or 4 people.

     

    Any help, clarification is appreciated.

     

    Stacie



    #462 JKWedding2012

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      Posted 22 January 2013 - 11:52 AM

      Originally Posted by KristieT 

      Jenni!

       

      Im the same i know i read somethig about the italian and french but cant remember what! From what i hear the food is really good at Beach Palace so I am sure we will be fine no matter what we choose..

       

      Shan thanks for the feedback and thanks for letting us know you can switch some of the dishes! Good to know!

      We had the French for our wedding...absolutely delicious!!!!!!!!!! highly recommend



      #463 KristieT

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        Posted 22 January 2013 - 05:06 PM

        Originally Posted by Chacie B 

        Hello Fellow BP Brides,

         

        We are going to go ahead and do the room block. Quick question, when I received the special early booking rates the rates were listed as ‘Single Occupancy, Double Occupancy, Triple Occupancy, etc’. If our guests are coming and bringing a date, that means double occupancy? Just curious why it wouldn’t be a flat rate regardless if you have a king or double bed and with 2 or 4 people.

         

        Any help, clarification is appreciated.

         

        Stacie

        Hi Stacie,

         

        Yes for two people, the it would be the double occupancy rate per person in the room. You pay more for more people in the room bc that rate includes the all inclusive. So you would be paying the extra for the extra food and drinks of the other people in your room. The bed in the room shouldn't change the rate



        #464 KristieT

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          Posted 22 January 2013 - 05:09 PM

          Originally Posted by JKWedding2012 

          We had the French for our wedding...absolutely delicious!!!!!!!!!! highly recommend

          Thanks JK! We are debating between French and Italian, did you have "cocktails" hors d'oeuvres?



          #465 JenniBassler

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            Posted 24 January 2013 - 07:11 AM

            Kristie,

             

            Are you doing any other events during the week? Like night before, welcome dinner/cocktails or anything? Did you, JK?

             

            I was thinking about doing a welcome dinner or cocktails the night before, but I didn't want it to feel too much like the reception without music/dancing/decor so I was kinda debating... guess it would be a way to try another menu though :)

             

            Thoughts?



            #466 shan0487

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            Posted 24 January 2013 - 07:46 AM

            We had my bachelorette party - CunCrawl- so much fun HIGHLY recommend on Wednesday, Rehersal/ Welcome Dinner on Thursday and wedding on Friday!  The welcome dinner did not feel like a reception since there was no music, but it was a good way to get everyone together and aquainted before the wedding! We have 40 people at our wedding!

            Originally Posted by JenniBassler 

            Kristie,

             

            Are you doing any other events during the week? Like night before, welcome dinner/cocktails or anything? Did you, JK?

             

            I was thinking about doing a welcome dinner or cocktails the night before, but I didn't want it to feel too much like the reception without music/dancing/decor so I was kinda debating... guess it would be a way to try another menu though :)

             

            Thoughts?



            #467 KristieT

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              Posted 24 January 2013 - 07:51 AM

              Originally Posted by JenniBassler 

              Kristie,

               

              Are you doing any other events during the week? Like night before, welcome dinner/cocktails or anything? Did you, JK?

               

              I was thinking about doing a welcome dinner or cocktails the night before, but I didn't want it to feel too much like the reception without music/dancing/decor so I was kinda debating... guess it would be a way to try another menu though :)

               

              Thoughts?

              Jenni!

               

              I think we are going to do a welcome cocktail for the night we arrive at the resort. But my wedding planner said it had to be on the infinity terrace - I am waiting on a response for where the infinity terrace is- does any body know? Is that the same as the south or north terrace? I just dont want it to be in the same spot as my reception- i think it woud take away from the wedding reception.



              #468 JenniBassler

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                Posted 24 January 2013 - 07:53 AM

                Thanks, Shan!

                 

                Thanks basically my exact timeline too! We are doing my bachelorette Wednesday, welcome something (cocktail or dinnner) Thursday, and wedding on Friday. I don't want people to feel like I am dominating their entire trip, if they want to go out on their own and try some restaurants or whatever, they can so I might just do cocktails or something, but I am leaning towards a dinner to give everyone time to mingle and get to know each other.

                 

                Thanks for the recommendations on CunCrawl - I will have my MOH look into it! Did your groom do his bach party that night too? What did they do?
                 



                #469 Nicolew412

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                  Posted 24 January 2013 - 10:24 AM

                  Has anyone ever seen silk flower bouquets? I'm seriously thinking of ordering 6 of these ivory/purple silk bouquets off this website I found for all my bridesmaids, instead of paying $100+ for each real flower bouquet through the hotel. I think that price is ridiculous. The silk bouquets are only $35.00 each, and I was thinking each bridesmaid could carry their own in their suitcase to Mexico. I may just order one to see what they look like, but I was just wondering what you guys thought? Do you think it will look tacky?

                   

                  Also, I chose to have the live saxophone player for the ceremony. I was wondering what you guys are doing RE: music for the ceremony? I was thinking of providing the saxophone player music sheets of the music I would like him to play, so he doesn't just player whatever he wants. Kenny G is one of my favorite saxophone players I may print his music and give it to the musician. What song are you planning on walking down the aisle to? Maybe the traditional "Here comes the bride" song? Or will you have a different song play? Decisions decisions...

                   

                  - Nicole



                  #470 Renewing32

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                    Posted 24 January 2013 - 11:10 AM

                    Has anyone ever seen silk flower bouquets? I'm seriously thinking of ordering 6 of these ivory/purple silk bouquets off this website I found for all my bridesmaids, instead of paying $100+ for each real flower bouquet through the hotel. I think that price is ridiculous. The silk bouquets are only $35.00 each, and I was thinking each bridesmaid could carry their own in their suitcase to Mexico. I may just order one to see what they look like, but I was just wondering what you guys thought? Do you think it will look tacky? Also, I chose to have the live saxophone player for the ceremony. I was wondering what you guys are doing RE: music for the ceremony? I was thinking of providing the saxophone player music sheets of the music I would like him to play, so he doesn't just player whatever he wants. Kenny G is one of my favorite saxophone players I may print his music and give it to the musician. What song are you planning on walking down the aisle to? Maybe the traditional "Here comes the bride" song? Or will you have a different song play? Decisions decisions... - Nicole

                    They silk bouquets are a good idea. Espically for savings money. You just have to decide want you want most, to save money or have real flowers. If the silk flowers are made well they will still look great in your photos. I have made silk bouquets for some of my friends weddings and they turned out really well. I would say go ahead and order the one you like so you can decide.
                    Just as stir crazy as my first wedding!




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