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Getting married @ Sandals Antigua in August! Need Advice!

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#1 Kate910

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    Posted 13 March 2012 - 06:30 AM

    We are going to Sandals Antigua in August for our wedding/honeymoon (just the two of us). I wonder if anyone can tell me if they've stayed in the Portofina Walkout suite, or the Honeymoon Hibiscus Veranda Suite? Also, I am freaking out about the Sandals Photography. I don't want the photos to be cheesy. We are doing the Beautiful Beginnings Wedding ceremony, and think I will opt for the $1200 wedding photography package - will the photographer walk around the resort with you after the ceremony taking photos? Any one have experience with this? I have not spoken to a WC yet.

    #2 Lysswedding

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      Posted 25 July 2012 - 01:33 PM

      I am wondering the same thing.

      #3 Lysswedding

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        Posted 26 July 2012 - 05:29 PM

        Has anyone responded?

        #4 dlw2285

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          Posted 04 August 2013 - 01:57 PM

          I know this post is dead, but in case anyone else finds it, I wanted to put in my 2 cents. 


          We went for a romantic vacation in Antigua just for fun, but now we're looking to get married there because we liked it so much.


          We stayed in the Portofino Walkout Suite and loved it! Keep in mind that it's on ground level, so you can't exactly leave the blinds open when you're walking around without clothes, but that was the only downside. We liked it because the porch was bigger than other porches and balconies on the property and had 2 lounge chairs and a table. I would definitely recommend it for any occasion. We felt it was a great value.


          We had our pictures taken by the photoshop team, and I'd definitely opt for the partner package if you can afford it for wedding pictures. Out of about 150 pictures, we only bought 7 and we were willing to buy any good ones. They're just not the best. 

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