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Anyone know dimensions for the cake table? Looking to possibly but a sequin table cloth for it...was considering buying one for the sweetheart table too if anyone has those dimensions...can't decide if it would be too much shimmer to have on our table since there will be so many pics taken of us by the table I'm sure....ugh I'm so indecisive lol

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Our cake table was pretty small...but I think they can use larger ones. Ours was probably 4x4.

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for all you upcoming brides - i definately recommend getting the videographer for the whole day - just received my sneak peak of my video and i can't wait to see the whole thing - here's a lil viewing they sent me - wish i was able to do it all over agian

https://vimeo.com/121823055

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for all you upcoming brides - i definately recommend getting the videographer for the whole day - just received my sneak peak of my video and i can't wait to see the whole thing - here's a lil viewing they sent me - wish i was able to do it all over agian

https://vimeo.com/121823055

 

We are having our reception in the bamboo room also. How did you arrange the tables? We also hired a DJ so want to have a good flow around the room for dancing.

 

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for all you upcoming brides - i definately recommend getting the videographer for the whole day - just received my sneak peak of my video and i can't wait to see the whole thing - here's a lil viewing they sent me - wish i was able to do it all over agian

https://vimeo.com/121823055[/size]

Wow beautiful!!! Now I wish we did the whole day!!! :)

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for all you upcoming brides - i definately recommend getting the videographer for the whole day - just received my sneak peak of my video and i can't wait to see the whole thing - here's a lil viewing they sent me - wish i was able to do it all over agian

https://vimeo.com/121823055[/size]

So beautiful! We just used the videographer for the ceremony, and it turned out fantastic as well, they did the whole ceremony which was about 25 minutes long! I will try to post it one day when I can figure out how to do that! I was pretty impressed with how artistic they are!

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Jennifer - im so happy i did - i can't wait to see the whole thing and relive it again :)


i used weddingwire.com to arrange the tables - i just did a semi circle around the floor with us as the head agains the bamboo wall...if you send me your email address i can send you what i sent them

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Does anyone have the dimensions of the bamboo room?  I'm also stressing about the seating arrangements.  I can't decide if I want to do a U-shape, or 2 long tables or circle tables.  Any brides that have had their reception in the bamboo room I welcome your feedback.  We have 35 people total including us

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Does anyone have the dimensions of the bamboo room?  I'm also stressing about the seating arrangements.  I can't decide if I want to do a U-shape, or 2 long tables or circle tables.  Any brides that have had their reception in the bamboo room I welcome your feedback.  We have 35 people total including us

I would ask the wedding coordinator, they are pretty good. We had 80 people at our wedding in October in the bamboo room. We had a head table with 10 people at the front of the room in front of the bamboo wall, and then 7 tables of 10 people. The tables did not feel cramped with 10 at them although there were kids at most tables. The tables were also done in a semi circle around the head table with the middle area open for a dance floor. I basically asked the coordinator how we should set them up and she gave me great direction.

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Does anyone have the dimensions of the bamboo room?  I'm also stressing about the seating arrangements.  I can't decide if I want to do a U-shape, or 2 long tables or circle tables.  Any brides that have had their reception in the bamboo room I welcome your feedback.  We have 35 people total including us

 

Pilar sent me this:

 

14.10 mts long, 15.00 mts wide

 

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