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Hey ladies,

 

What menu option are people picking for their weddings at Jellyfish?

For each menu option, for the main course are all three dishes served?

 

For example

 

  MENU IV ENTREES - Arugula, shrimp and Parmigiano cheese salad with balsamic vinegar - Polenta crostini topped with mushrooms sauce MAIN COURSE - Lobster tails in Champagne butter - Penne with creamy Salmon  -Beef ï¬let with Rosemary SIDES - Caramelized carrots - Escalibada   Is the lobster tail, pasta, and beef all served as different dishes, or people choose which one they want?   We are also looking for people's option on the drinks, photographer, and entertainment.   Thanks!   Laura

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Hi Laura, Just curious of you went with that menu option and how it was or what exactly you get with it. We are also looking and the same one although the new price list looks a little different, I do like the sides offered with yours better. As well saw your photos on here you looked beautiful!! Who did your hair/makeup for the day? Take Care,

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The hotel spa did my hair. I recommendthis.  My friends were going to do it but last minute we decided to do it at the spa. Glad we did cause it was more stress free.  Book that in advance cause only 1 person could go at a time so we bribed the girl to lets 2 girls go at once and they took the $20 without question.

 

Our menu was

Entrees
- bread with tomatoe and boachini cheese (sooo good)
- Caprece Salad
 
Main Course
Lobster tails in Champagne butter or Brandy drunken prawns (prices for both pls)
- Chicken supreme with red bell peppers and creamy white wine sauce
- Melanzane pasta (eggplant, mozzarella cheese, tomato)  
Sides - Garden rice - Grill vegetables

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