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I plan to have a destination wedding, ceremony and reception at the jellyfish restaurant in punta cana in June. I would like some advice from anyone thst has had experience with this venue, what hotel did you and guest stay at and most importantly any cost saving tips. Planning to have 20-30 people

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Hola @@Latashaingram and welcome to the amazing bestdestinationwedding.com community.  The venue you are planning to have your wedding at looks absolutely incredible!!!! You are going to have such an amazing time.

 

If you have any questions in terms of wedding photography or scheduling your wedding day please let us know and we'd be happy to help and lend our experience <3

 

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Welcome to the forum community Latashaingram, and Congrats on your DR wedding next June!!! You're sure to find lots of helpful resources here to answer your planning questions, so well done on getting a good start on your process.

 

We're based in the Mayan Riviera, so can't really advise you on the Jellyfish, however here's a link to some threads talking about it.....Jellyfish Restaurant threads hope that helps :)

 

For some added inspiration, here are a few magical beach wedding moments we captured in Mexico, taken from our Riviera Maya Wedding Story Albums.....enjoy!!!

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Wishing you happy research, and all the best with your plans! Enjoy your amazing journey ahead - cheers!!!

Moments That Matter Photography team :)

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@Latashaingram Congratulations on your destination wedding in Punta Cana!!  I would strongly recommend you both work with a TA as we seem to get answers a lot quicker back for our clients.  Also when looking at group pricing we look at all options available and quote you the best price with all details explained.  There is a lot of work involved when planning a destination wedding so why not work with a professional as there is no extra cost to you for our services.  You can contact us through this form here as I am one of the TA's for BDW.  

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