Where will you and your new spouse eat your first meal as a married couple? The wedding reception is a chance to celebrate with friends and family, but it's also your first meal together after exchanging vows. Couples generally have three choices when it comes to table size, shape, and design. Here are some pros and cons of each of them. 1. The Head Table A traditional head table is a long buffet table designed to seat your wedding party and/or immediate family on both sides. [Read More]
3 Ways To Enhance Chair Cover Rentals
When you need to rent chairs for an event, sometimes the chair itself doesn't match the theme or decor you seek. Make chairs look more elegant with the use of chair covers. Chair cover event rentals include enough chair covers to go over all the chairs at your event and create a uniform look. Not only do the chair covers look great on their own, but you can enhance the rental with some nice add-ons. [Read More]
What Makes A Wedding Ballroom The Perfect Space For Your Nuptials?
Wedding planning entails making a multitude of decisions. But one aspect that most people can agree if the most crucial is the selection of an appropriate wedding venue. The mistake couples make is to assume the best way to make the most of their day is to have separate venues for their wedding ceremony and subsequent reception, as they think this will keep guests enthralled. The reality, though, is choosing multiple venues often complicates your logistics further. [Read More]
Small Private Event Venue Ideas For Weddings
If you're planning a small wedding and inviting just close friends and loved ones, consider renting an intimate venue to celebrate in. Not only will a smaller-scale location most likely cost less, it will give you and your guests a chance to easily mix and mingle while spending quality time together. Small venues can accommodate anything from 10 to 100 people typically, so double-check your guest list prior to booking. Although you want the space to have a charming feel, party-goers should have enough room to walk around, eat and even dance if you're providing music. [Read More]