What to do after reception?
Posted 30 May 2008 - 09:35 PM
Posted 30 May 2008 - 11:23 PM
Posted 07 June 2008 - 10:47 PM
Posted 10 June 2008 - 11:14 AM
Well if you are interested in Golf the LPGA will be going on that week if you want to stop buy the Kapalua Villas.
Posted 10 June 2008 - 12:55 PM
Also while my inlaws were down there last Jan. they checked out the golf course and Seawatch and said it was wonderful!!!!!
So, that is where we have booked. I am really looking forward to the privacy, and from the pics and the chats with my mom in law it is beautiful! We will leave and go the beach just my hubby, and two kids for a bit.
I have been working with Susan and America at the golf course, does anyone know anything about these ladies, they seem good so far......
We don't have our photgrapher or hair and make up people booked yet, need to get on this, any suggestions?
We are getting the dance floor, it is expensive, but seems like the thing to do, I think we will go to the bars by the shops, further down in Kihei after 10 when the golf course reception ends..
My bday is Jan 12, Our wedding is the 13, and my hubby's bday is the 14. So we will go to a luou on the 14th for J's bday.
Since my mom and our kids are staying with us in our condo, We are debating getting a room somewhere for our wedding night, but then when you look at the price, not sure it is worth it? We might just have to farm them all out with the othere friends and family for that night! lol
Anyone have any tips
Posted 10 June 2008 - 12:59 PM
Posted 16 September 2008 - 12:20 PM
I cannot say enough about how helpful the people at Mulligan's have been. Julie was my contact there, and she is SO nice. She provided so many different ideas to keep the tab down, since we're having an open bar, and there was no site rental fee, other than a non-refundable $50 deposit to hold the tables. We're ordering a few platters of appetizers around 11:00, and the prices were really reasonable. Julie said that since it's one of the only places in Wailea open past 10, a bunch of wedding parties can end up there on the same night. I got the impression that she's had some brides who weren't too happy about not being the only bride in the place, but I think it sounds like fun! She said they've had nights where there were 5 brides there at the same time! Right now, we're the only wedding party booked for our night, but I'm kind of hoping at least another will show up - how fun! I guess we'll see.
The only catch was that depending on their scheduling for the particular week you're booking, sometimes they only have a band playing until 10pm. A lot of nights, they have a second band or DJ playing from 10:00 until midnight, but we have to wait and see the Sunday before when they post the music schedule for the week. Our wedding isn't until the Saturday though, so we have some time to decide what we want to do if they won't have a band or DJ after 10:00 on our night. Basically, after the band finished at 10, they would just have music playing on the house system afterward, which is not so much dance music, but you still have that pub atmosphere. The other option would be to book our own DJ after 10, and they are totally fine with you doing that. We've decided to leave it for now and hope that they end up scheduling a band or DJ for that night, but Julie said that once the schedule comes out, if it turns out there isn't anything planned for after 10 that night, she can book a DJ for us if we decide we want to do that. We'll already be on Maui by then, so it shouldn't be too big a deal. We're really hoping for the live band option, but at this point, no matter what happens, we're just so happy to have a nice place to go after 10pm!
Posted 16 September 2008 - 08:26 PM
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