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Paradisus Punta Cana - Photography & Garden Ceremony Location Q's!

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#1 MelanieL018

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    Posted 24 February 2013 - 10:58 PM

    Hi Brides!


    I have a few questions for PPC Brides. FI and I decided to opt for a "weddingmoon"  & LOVE PPC (well, the pictures on the internet anyway )... but since we just decided on the location & just have a few months to plan (6.29.13 - our 4 year anniversary), I have so many questions and am feeling flustered!


    It will just be the two of us so we are going to use their complimentary wedding package. I was wondering if anyone has gotten married in the garden area (that is the location that comes with the complimentary package), and if so what was your opinion of the location? Pix? It seems like everyone has gotten married at the gazebo or beach so I am having a hard time envisioning the garden, especially since I have always wanted to get married with a gorgeous ocean view! Also, for anyone who has used the complimentary package -- Did you pay extra for ceremony decor (canopy/aisle)? If so, What did that run you?


    Okay -- so my question about the photography is this ... Did you do photography before or after your ceremony? We are going to book the basic photography package that comes with garden/beach shoot & ceremony photography. For the date that we originally chose (haven't booked yet & we may change now since I just found out that the ceremony is not actually legal and costs $1,000 extra to make legal .. we can make it legal at home for a lot cheaper before we go!) the time that was available was 6pm, so we would have to do garden/beach pictures before the ceremony.. but I am worried about my dress getting dirty in the sand before the ceremony and want to get others opinions on this before I book the time so if we need to do the photography after I can book an earlier time.


    Thanks for any advice!!! 

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