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Hello My Fellow Brides,

 

I just recently got engaged in February and after relaxing and letting the engagement set in, my fiancee and I, started planning.  My fiancee's family is way to big, so we knew we couldn't afford a wedding at home.  We knew that we wanted something special and memorable.  We have decided on Iberostar Rosehall Suites, Montego Bay, Jamaica.  Our wedding date is July 20, 2013.  We have read so many wonderful reviews about the resort so we knew it would be perfect for us.  The only problem we have been running into is the lack of response from some of the travel agencies we have spoken to.  Either they are not that helpful or they are not returning calls.  It has been a little frustrating, but we do understand that it is a little early in the game so that could be the problem.  We have reached out to the travel agency on this site and I must say so far so good.  Very prompt with responses. I look forward to hearing more about wedding plans and seeing pictures and wish all the brides good luck and happily ever after.

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Congrats! I would say its really not that early in the game! For a destination wedding ppl want to give lots of notice to their guests, so I'm surprised you haven't had luck. Congrats on choosing a location as well. Happy planning to ya! You'll find lots of great tips and ideas here.

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You're at the right place...this forum is so helpful.

 

You should read the thread "Iberostar Rose Hall Brides-Post all-questions here"...wealth of information!!!

 

Enjoy your planning!

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Thank you,

This forum is the reason why we chose Iberostar.  The reviews were so detailed and the pictures were beautiful.  Well I'm hoping to have better luck with the TAs.  I would like to get the save the dates out in September.  Thank you for responding and congrats to you too.

 

xoxoxoxo

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Originally Posted by CokonLove View Post

 

Thank you,

This forum is the reason why we chose Iberostar.  The reviews were so detailed and the pictures were beautiful.  Well I'm hoping to have better luck with the TAs.  I would like to get the save the dates out in September.  Thank you for responding and congrats to you too.

 

xoxoxoxo

Sorry Guys I'm new to posting on here so I don't quite know what I'm doing yet....I was going to reply individually, but it didn't work out...lol!   Thank you to everyone for the well wishes and I will be using this forum to the fullest.

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