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I have a vegetarian in our group and another person that doesn't eat red meat. They would both eat the lobster. Do you think it's okay to have surf-n-turf even though they don't eat meat?

That may be my only workable option.

I would love to do the Beach BBQ but you need a min of 45 people (well at least pay for 45 ppl) same with buffett. Looks like we are only going to have 30 people.
You are sure that your vegetarian would eat lobster? Many true vegetarians do not eat seafood. I am in the same situation. But I have at least two Vegans coming. They will not eat any animals or animal by products (cheese, milk, etc). Please let me know if the hotel agrees to at least fix a special plate for your vegetarian.

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My vegetarian does eat seafood which is good for me but i'll have to check to make sure she eats lobster. When I talk to the wc about it i'll let you know what she says but i'm going to wait till I talk to all of my guests to see if they all will eat lobster or if there are any other dietary restrictions i have to worry about! There's always something I have to worry about!!! Never ending.

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I'm curious as to what the pricing was for the reception options? :)
I'm attaching the worksheet the WC sent me.

It won't let me attach the calculator wc. i'll see i can pm it to you.

 

 

ROMANCE[1].pdf

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Each resort has different pricing options. Some charge per person. Others just make you pay one lump sump to rent out the restaurant (and have a private/closed reception not available to the public/the rest of the resort-goers) and this will include all food and beverages. We are going with the latter.

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Each resort has different pricing options. Some charge per person. Others just make you pay one lump sump to rent out the restaurant (and have a private/closed reception not available to the public/the rest of the resort-goers) and this will include all food and beverages. We are going with the latter.
Hi! I am deciding between PPC and PPR for my wedding next year. Where are you having your private reception? Event locations are my deciding factors as to which resort I will choose...

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Morgan the PPR has a lot of different places for a private reception. I'm having mine on one of the beaches (there are two to choose from). But there is also an outside terrace by the pool and a prive club off the beach (it's open no windows very pretty). Than there are places inside the resort to have it. Have you seen any pics? I'll pm you the link to some pics.

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Hi! I am deciding between PPC and PPR for my wedding next year. Where are you having your private reception? Event locations are my deciding factors as to which resort I will choose...

Iberostar Punta Cana.
Most of the resorts will customize the wedding for you with a private reception if you ask. We have a large group of about 150 guests so that is why we don't want to share our dinner with resort-goers. Plus we have a band and dj as well.

Ask your WC. He/she should be able to give you more details. elefant.gif

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