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#1 nattiejamrock

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    Posted 07 November 2012 - 06:43 PM

    hi all! help! i just got engaged and have always wanted to get married in jamaica... does anyone have any advice on getting the ball rolling with this process? preferably montego bay and all-inclusive. i don't know if we should go through a travel agent or just do our own research online but i'm already overwhelmed, hoping to set a date for next November! Thanks for any and all help! 



    #2 Mimi127

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      Posted 09 November 2012 - 06:08 AM

      I felt the same wat at first. I was on the Internet for hours at a time researching comparing resorts and packages. I finally decided to get a destination wedding planner which has been a Godsend. If I didn't have her I truely think that I would go crazy.

      #3 Laura2013

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        Posted 14 November 2012 - 01:53 PM

        I researched for hours and hours and finally decided on Iberostar mainly because it is made up of three sister resorts that are side by side so you can walk on the beach from one to the other. We are having our wedding on the beach at the least expensive one but are staying at the middle one and then the most expensive one for our honeymoon.  We wanted to give our guests the most options when it came to price because we knew that would be the biggest factor determing if they could go or not. I also based my choice of resorts on the hundreds of positive reviews I read on Tripadvisor for all three of the Iberostar resorts as well as completely positive reviews from past brides.



        #4 futuremrswarner

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          Posted 14 November 2012 - 02:43 PM

          I'm not getting married in Jamaica, but with me, I started to do some research online with tripadvisor to see which resorts had good reviews first, and narrowed it down to 2-3 of them. Then I contacted someone from destinationweddings.com. They actually have travel specialists who can help you with your booking and getting quotes with the airlines and resorts for all-inclusive prices. I spoke with them, and told them which resorts I was thinking of, and asked them for their recommendations, as well, asked them to get a quote for roughly the time I wanted to have my wedding...






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