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Can you please email me as well your pictures -- natata527@@gmail.com

 

 

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@@EmmA1025

 

How was the weather for your reception? My concern about the terrace is that there isn't air conditioning and I don't want my guests to be uncomfortable.

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I am planning a May 2015 wedding and it shows that I am contacting pilar bI am planning a May 2015 wedding and it shows that I am contacting pilar but has this changed? Who is their current wedding planner?

I am dealing with isela... I don't know if pilar is back yet

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Can you send me pics pls? Lovinmylilone@yahoo.com

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@@1dutchie

 

Hi! i just saw a post you did and that your wedding was earlier this year - how was it?!?!

Can you tell me what you thought overall with the package you got? I also am going with Eternity. Did you upgrade your food at all to divine?

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Can you please email me as well your pictures -- natata527@@gmail.com

 

 

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@@EmmA1025

 

How was the weather for your reception? My concern about the terrace is that there isn't air conditioning and I don't want my guests to be uncomfortable.

It was def hot and we were sweating after all the crazy dancing but its really not so bad. Having dinner is nice there, there is a cool breeze from the ocean. I wouldnt of switched it.

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If anyone would like to share their pics pls email me lovinmylilone@yahoo.com. I am submitting my reservation tomm (yay) but just need some reassurance on my choices lol. I am doing beach ceremony and bamboo room reception. I will try and negotiate the cocktail hour for maybe the extended hour reception but know everything is kind of up in the air with exchanges. If I can't exchange I will just do cocktail hour with no extras over 25 bc we are expecting approx 35 and the wedding party will be doing pics. What is the best place for cocktail hour if receptions on the beach? I have spent the past 4 days reading most of the posts on here but everything's sorta a blur now. Last night I was babbling nonsense in my sleep bc I think I read the last 150 posts after taking a Benadryl to force myself to sleep lol

Thanks

Jamie

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@@Nybride525

 

Hey Jamie,

 

Let me know if you get the additional hour instead of the cocktail reception. that seems like a great idea!!

 

I'm sure everything can be quite overwhelming. I have booked in and my wedding is May 22, 2015 at the NOW Jade. I couldnt be more excited and happy about my decision!

 

Read some of the reviews. they tend to have pictures.

 

My cocktail hour is at the Mix bar, ceremony at pergola and our reception is on the terrace since I only have 30 people coming.

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