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I tipped everyone who did anything for us that worked for the resort, the mix bar bartender the servers at the reception, wedding coordinator, hair and make up stylist. I didn't tip the resort photographer, but only because I forgot all my cash in the room because we did a trash the dress session.

 

We had a wedding of about 20 ppl, I gave Carmen 50, each server and the bartender 20, hair dresser 20. I believe that some other members of my wedding party also tipped them more, like my dad and father in law

That was in American dollars

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I tipped everyone who did anything for us that worked for the resort, the mix bar bartender the servers at the reception, wedding coordinator, hair and make up stylist. I didn't tip the resort photographer, but only because I forgot all my cash in the room because we did a trash the dress session.

 

We had a wedding of about 20 ppl, I gave Carmen 50, each server and the bartender 20, hair dresser 20. I believe that some other members of my wedding party also tipped them more, like my dad and father in law

That was in American dollars

 

 

Sweet! Thanks! That helps! I was going to set aside envelopes and have my MO give them out at the end of the night or when ever we would last see them.... I was thinking 100$ (american) each but wasnt sure if that was way too much or not enough LOL. I never know how much to tip...

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Hey ladies!! I just got the spa price list and just wanted to give everyone a heads up that the prices have gone up from what this thread says. An up do for short hair is $65 and long hair is $75 and make up application is $65. Might help with budgeting and what not!

And my uncle, who is a minister and going to be marrying us just sent us the first draft of our ceremony....whoa! I think I need to read it a few times so I'm not crying like a baby on the big day!! And we just picked up our marriage license yesterday! Things are really coming together now!!

Do you still have a copy of the spa price list?

 

 

How do I make an appointment for my hair and makeup?

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i leave for my wedding in 6 days!!! i can't believe its almost here..  full panic mode hoping i have everythign i need.

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i leave for my wedding in 6 days!!! i can't believe its almost here..  full panic mode hoping i have everythign i need.

Wishing you all the best and look forward to running into you down there !!! We leave in 8 days and I'm having "wedding panic" dreams lol.

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Jennifer - i can't believe its almost here. thanks fully my last day of work is tomorrow so ill be going through all my stuff and pray it all works out

 

See you soon !

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My biggest stress was by far packing!! Start packing early! I was so panicky right before we left my husband had to keep me from totally losing my mind!

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How did everyone feel about using the resorts spa for hair and makeup .. Im having second thoughts if i should of paid extra for outside stylists

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@@Natata

 

I was very pleased with my hair and makeup. They don't speak much English but if you bring pictures I'm sure they can match about anything. They do hair all day long and I think they know what they are doing. Of course there will be the occasional makeup touch up to perfect it just as you like.

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