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I am newly engaged and have been thinking about a destination since meeting my fiance. Im not sure how many people would attend the destination wedding since we will still have a party back at home after we return.

What about having over the 35 person limit? Do you pay per person after 35? My other main concern is the location of ceremony and reception. Is the ceremony and reception in its own area? Ive been to a resort where the "isle" was the main walkway at the resort which seperated the 2 main pools. I would NEVER want to walk down that " isle' and have drunk people in my pictures?? I know there is a possibilty of on lookers and passer-bys but Id rather not have the people at the pool bar attending my wedding at the same time.



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Congratulations and welcome to the forums! 

I can tell you that when you hire a professional photographer... it is our job to make sure your ceremony looks and feels like you are the only ones there. That being said, some locations are very public and that makes it very difficult. The Moon Palace (you mentioned in the subject line) is a very nice space and private for you.

Best of luck with all your plans.



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Congratulations and welcome to the forum!!  I photograph quite often at the Moon Palace and that has not been an issue.  Here is a recent wedding I photographed in the Gazebo at the Moon Palace. It may give you a better idea of the area.


Warmest wishes,


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