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#1 himalayan135

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    Posted 10 April 2012 - 02:37 PM

    If you do not speak any Spanish is this an issue at all inclusive resorts??? I am torn between punta cana and Jamaica for our 2012 wedding and need to make a decision.. it will be a legal wedding as well.  I prefer the ceremony to be in English only..



    #2 Mufin1785

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      Posted 10 April 2012 - 02:53 PM

      I think in the dominican republic all legal ceremonies have to be performed in spanish,but you wc will translate



      #3 lmazz729

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        Posted 12 April 2012 - 01:48 PM

        For my daughter's wedding at PPC on January 7th, we had a family friend read the wedding ceremony that the bride and groom prepared, in English. At a later time (it was supposed to be the morning of the wedding) the judge came and did the civil ceremony in the WC office, with just the parents and siblings present. He did the civil ceremony in Spanish. The marriage certificate reflects the date of the English ceremony where everyone was present.






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