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I'm going to Phuket with my girlfriend. Any recommendations for a romantic beach resort.? of hotel supplies

I went to Thailand in 2005 with my former partner and we stayed at the Patong Beach Hotel. It was the best place to be, its on the busy side of phuket but the hotel site is very quiet and private, they have the best facilities eg swimming pools massage cabins and its just off the beach, one minute walk, perfect for those sunset walks and picnics etc try and get one of the deluxe rooms, it contains a double bed and ensuite, just right for a couple.

I'm not too sure about the price but if you go to your nearest travel agent I'm sure they'll hook you up with some specials. My holiday stay included airfares and taxes so its a whole package. The food in phuket is beautiful and very cheap, also the hotel supplies free daily breakfast, depends which special you get, as for water don't drink it from the tap, go by some mineral water at the supermarket, they also supply it at the hotel.

So far its a safe place, when I went there they already installed tsunami alarms and evacuation plans so you don't need to worry about that. Hope this could help you

Brides! Wives! anyone! I need help!? of hotel supplies

I was the same when I was getting married cos my parents were very kindly paying for a lot of the wedding but I wanted to keep costs down for this reason.

You could ask if your hotel supplies a centre piece for each table at the reception - ours did and we had the option of getting out florist to make more elaborate ones but as this would have costed much more, we just opted for the hotel's centre piece (white lillies) and it was gorgeous anyway.

Flowers can be expensive so if your florist is doing you flowers for the ceremony (like a big stand of flowers) then you can get someone to transport these to the reception to have them sitting next to the top table instead of paying for even more flowers. Also, a trick my florist recommended is use yours and the bridesmaids bouquets of flowers to set at the top table in a row rather than spend money on a large flower piece for the table alone.

When you're buying bridesmaid dresses try to get the most inexpensive ones, they look pretty much the same as the dearer branded ones anyway and if you're having more than one bridesmaid it definitely keeps costs down.

With your jewellery, bag and shoes you don't have to go to the bridal shop for those things, you can buy them out of your local jewellers. I got my wedding shoes from Next and it saved me a fortune because bridal shops can be really dear.

For your cake, if you want things to be simple, just ask for a little amount of detail on it and it'll still look elegant and classic. Fruit cake costs more so if you're happy to just go for chocolate or plain, that'll cost you less as well.

For photography, I would recommend getting one that is good because your photos are going to be so important, so although you do want good quality ones, make sure you have a good chat with him/her and have a good look at their previous work. But you don't have to go for the most expensive photographer, cos a lot of them are very good and reasonable enough too. If you want a video but don't want to pay the extra as it can be very dear too, why not ask around to see if a friend or family member will video your wedding?

For entertainment, try and find a good DJ that isn't too expensive. If you're more into bands thats ok but from experience, I find more people get up to dance if a DJ is playing music they have heard of rather than a band playing their own songs.

For things like hair and makeup, if you're confident enough, you could do them yourself. Although I did my own makeup cos I prefer doing it myself, I didn't trust myself with my hair but its your choice, if you're good at doing hairstyles then it'll save you a lot of money there too.

If you're having an evening buffet for extra guests arriving, don't let the hotel talk you into getting too much food ordered. We were told we needed so much for the amount of guests we had but most of the food got thrown out cos lots of people were full after their dinner so get less than they say cos it'll save you a lot of money there too.

That's all I can think of really, I hope this helps! :)

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