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Hi all,

 

I'm a newbie here... Me and my partner are getting married in October in Florida (excitement cheesy.gif ) but we need your help! The date is coming up quickly but we still have some vital things to decide.

 

 

As we live in Ireland we are going with a full wedding organiser (someone to take care of decorations, photgrapher, etc.) but we're torn between two, Destination Weddings Florida with Sherri Lester or Abby Affordable Weddings. Has anyone worked with either who could help me decide?

 

 

Also we're unsure of a place, we know we want to get married on a beach but since we're disney mad we'll be staying in Orlando so we want one within 2 hours of Orlando. Cocoa Beach, Clearwater or Pass-a-grille in St. Pete's. The planner will depend on the place we choose too as Sherri does Cocoa Beach but charges extra for the others and Abby Affordable Weddings does Clearwater.

 

 

Also, any advice on a nice buffet in Orlando for afterwards? We want to head back to Internaitonal Drive after the ceremony (we'll have a mini beach side reception first with cake etc.) so everyone can be close to the hotel for home time, so we want a nice buffet place for a meal for about 20 people?

 

Any advice or help is much appreciated!!

 

 

Thanks,

 

 

Jess

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We were looking into Cocoa Beach as well and was chatting with Beach Weddings by Joanie who seemed very professional.

 

However we are now looking towards Siesta Key instead for the white sand beach.

 

Best of luck & happy planning!

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