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Fancy seeing you here! Please visit the Accommodations tab to book your stay and RSVP by July 31st!
Fancy seeing you here! Please visit the Accommodations tab to book your stay and RSVP by July 31st!

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Have you heard about what's happening in Haiti???

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Yes, we have! Don't worry, we want everyone to feel safe and comfortable traveling for our wedding ... so we contacted our Travel Agent for the most up-to-date safety recommendations for traveling to Punta Cana in October. No need to worry about the issues happening in Haiti. Port a Prince (where the issues are happening) is over 9 hours away from Punta Cana and although it is on the same island, the Dominican Republic is a different Country. The Dominican Republic will continue to protect its borders from the conflicts in their neighbording country with safety of Tourists being extremely important to their local economy. I will continue to update the information below as updates are available for travel. Santo Domingo, March 18, 2024 - The regrettable situation facing our neighboring country Haiti has not affected the Dominican Republic, which remains a destination of peace and stability in the Caribbean and Latin America region. The Dominican Republic continues to welcome tourists from around the world with open arms, offering a safe and memorable vacation experience. Business as usual in the Dominican Republic: The Dominican Republic enjoys enviable stability, and the Dominican government has taken decisive measures to ensure the safety of its citizens and visitors. A Safe Tourist Destination: Hotels, resorts, and other tourist facilities in the Dominican Republic are operating normally and implementing all necessary measures to protect the health and safety of their guests. Tourists can enjoy the beautiful beaches, rich culture, and vibrant nightlife of the country without worries. Invitation to Tourists: The Dominican government invites all tourists to enjoy the benefits of the country. The Dominican Republic is an oasis of peace and tranquility in the Caribbean, where you can enjoy an unforgettable vacation.

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Are kids welcome?

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While we love your little ones, we hope you take this as an opportunity to treat yourself to a kid-free vacation. Unless specified on your invitation, children will not be included in our wedding events.

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Are you registered? Where?

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Yes, we are registered! You can see our registry in the registry tab

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What should I wear?

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For our ceremony, we request guests wear Beach Formal Attire. For men: a linen suit in light colors such as beige, light gray, or blue is a great choice. Pair it with a light-colored dress shirt, a tie that matches the suit (though a tie is not required), and dress shoes that are comfortable. For women: a midi or maxi dress in a light, breezy fabric such as cotton, chiffon, or silk is a great option. Pair it with a pair of heeled sandals (or flat sandals to dance the night away!), a clutch, and simple jewelry to compliment the beachy atmosphere. Please wear solid neutral colors such as tan, sand, khaki, navy blue, or taupe. Although she would like guests in neutral beige colors, the Bride requests no one wear white. Copy and paste the following link for outfit inspo: https://pin.it/3jwWbcYTR

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Are there any other events that I should know about around the wedding?

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Yes! We will be having a Welcome Party on Saturday, October 19th

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Do I need a passport?

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Yes, you will need a passport book to travel to and from Punta Cana. It takes anywhere from 10-13 weeks to get a passport. More information can be found here: https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/passports/need-passport.html

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How do I book my trip?

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In order to keep all guests together for our day, we ask you book through our booking site which is linked on the accommodations page. Once on our booking site, click attend to book your room with our group. You can also contact our travel agent, Sharon, through email: sfein@destinationweddings.com or phone: 301-580-3001, with any questions you may have about booking or travel. She is also able to assist you with booking over the phone.

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When do I need to book by?

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You must book and RSVP by July 31st 2024

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What if I find a cheaper price online?

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If you are searching online and find a cheaper price, please call our agent, Sharon. She will be able to look into it for you and possibly explain the price discrepancy. *All guests must book through our group booking/travel agent.*

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Is there anything not included at the resort?

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Everything at the resort is included! There are several activities that cost extra such as the spa or an excursion, but those are not required.

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Is there transportation to and from the airport?

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Yes, you will receive airport transport to and from the resort when booking with our group. You will be asked to submit your flight information so the resort can determine when to send the transport.

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What should I pack?

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The weather in October in the Dominican Republic is around 85-90° everyday. Pack comfortable resort wear for a relaxing vacation! Please note that some restaurants at the resort follow a dress code. Dress code for each restaurant can be found on their website on the dining & drinks tab. Resort Dress Code Casual: Bermudas (long shorts or Capri pants), sneakers/tennis shoes and sandals. Ladies must wear a bathing suit wrap or cover-up. No sleeveless shirts for men. Casual Elegance: Sneakers/tennis shoes or dress sandals, dress shirts with short sleeves or collared shirts. No sleeveless shirts or flip-flops. Long pants required for men. (P.S. During our stay we noticed most restaurants were lenient on men wearing long pants. Pack 1 pair just incase, though you should be fine wearing a collared shirt and nice shorts.) Beach Casual: Swim trunks, bathing suits and flip-flops accepted. Formal: Men: long pants and collared shirts; dress shoes. Women: blouses, skirts, slacks or dresses; dress shoes. Daytime Casual: Bathing suit cover-ups or shorts and tops and sandals required. Resort Casual: Bermudas (long shorts or Capri pants), sneakers/tennis shoes and sandals. Ladies must wear a bathing suit wrap or cover-up. No sleeveless shirts for men. Pool Casual: Bathing suits allowed. Cover-up and sandals (or flip flops) preferred.

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Have more questions?

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Please contact the bride or the groom.

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