15 May 2011
More Than Cake, Flowers in New Wedding Package
ROSE HALL, Jamaica, May 15, 2011 -- Half Moon, A RockResort, the luxury 400-acre resort located in Rose Hall, Jamaica is upping the ante on destination weddings with the frills-included Allure wedding package.
Designed with the budget-conscious couple in mind, the Allure wedding package offers décor, flowers, catering, entertainment, photography, planning and legalities for a 50-member wedding party.
“We are mindful that couples are looking for ways to reduce costs but may be concerned that they have to sacrifice those special touches to still have the wedding of their dreams. We don’t think any couple should have to do that,” said Myrtle Dwyer director of sales for Half Moon. “We have considered everything that a couple would need for their big day and included these features in an easy, affordable package that is within a couple’s typical wedding budget.”
The Allure wedding package provides set-up and catering for 50 people and includes: marriage officer, license, bridal party bouquets and boutonnieres, décor for both the ceremony and reception, live musical accompaniment for the ceremony, open bar, cocktail reception with hors d’oeuvres, buffet or three-course dinner, three-tier wedding cake, disc jockey for the reception, photos, professional hair and make-up for the bride and the services of a certified wedding planner. The package is priced at $17,000 plus tax and service charge. Accommodations for the couple and their guests are additional.
About Half Moon, A RockResort
Certified under the Beverly Clark Wedding Professional Program, Half Moon, A RockResort’s Master Wedding Planners, floral and set designers, pastry artists, video and photo specialists all collaborate to execute over 170 destination wedding events annually at the 400-acre resort. Couples may choose from a variety of indoor and outdoor locations for their wedding events; from a 12,000 square foot ballroom, to gazebos jutting out to sea, expansive seaside lawns, quiet gardens or a stone-terraced garden beneath a centuries-old waterwheel.