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Hi! So me and my fi are getting married 10/18 at the Hard Rock in Punta Cana - they have a hotel policy that only 20% of the wedding guests can stay offsite and still be allowed to attend the wedding- with the purchase of a day pass that costs $91 per person per day. Would it be proper for us to include that in the invitation as a BTW or an FYI? I definitely don't want them to stay off resort as it will as we all know sort of mess with the group benefits, but should i leave it out or include it?

 

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Hi! We left it out of our invites.  The fee is only 20-30 at our place I believe, but we had a general idea who would be coming to our wedding since it is destination, and we knew they were going to stay at our hotel.  There were one or two couples that mentioned staying at time shares and we told them "Oh but your going to miss out on all the activities that weekend if you don't stay with us since there is a day pass fee of $78!" When we told them that they decided to stay with everyone else at the hotel.  If you are really not sure who will attend your wedding and who will not, then I might include something about a "day pass" fee on your wedding website.  Plus in our invites we put the contact info for our travel agent who gave great deals on our hotel.  You can always let people know that they won't get a better deal anywhere else!  Hope this helped I know its a sticky situation! :) Best of luck!
 

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Hi! So me and my fi are getting married 10/18 at the Hard Rock in Punta Cana - they have a hotel policy that only 20% of the wedding guests can stay offsite and still be allowed to attend the wedding- with the purchase of a day pass that costs $91 per person per day. Would it be proper for us to include that in the invitation as a BTW or an FYI? I definitely don't want them to stay off resort as it will as we all know sort of mess with the group benefits, but should i leave it out or include it? please help!
Do you have a wedding website? I would put it there as an FYI and/or use your wedding party to help spread the word by mouth. Not on the actual invitation though.

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