Month: June 2020

3 Questions To Consider As You Create Your Seating Chart

Creating the seating chart for your wedding reception can be time-consuming, but it can be an important step to make sure your evening runs smoothly. While it may not be your favorite task, it is one that deserves real time and attention. Because Texas Old Town provides different venue sizes in order to provide couples… Read more »

How Do We Stay Organized While Planning Our Wedding?

Many couples feel more than a little intimidated when the many tasks of wedding planning start to stack up. While the length of your engagement period can affect the difficulty of making your dream celebration happen, even a long engagement can call for good organizational skills. For couples who want to minimize stress before their… Read more »

Encouraging Guests To Make The Most Of Your Dance Floor

When couples begin to plan the layout of their wedding reception area, they often set aside a portion of open space for dancing. While not every wedding includes dancing, it is a popular feature at weddings. When the dance floor is especially lively, it can sustain a festive mood throughout the remainder of your night,… Read more »

3 Benefits To Planning An Outdoor Wedding Ceremony

The right wedding space can help you realize your vision for the celebration of your dreams. As you explore your options, you can find that an outdoor setting for your wedding ceremony offers certain advantages that can be hard to pass up. These spaces can be versatile enough to host a variety of different themes,… Read more »

Tips For Sticking To Your Wedding Day Schedule

You can expect to enjoy plenty of wonderful moments throughout your wedding, but will you have time to enjoy everything you have planned for your event? Setting a schedule can give you a clear picture of what your day will be like, and how much time you will have for different events . Having an… Read more »

When Should We Start Planning Our Rehearsal Dinner?

The wedding rehearsal, along with the rehearsal dinner, will be the final event you take part in before your special day, and it tends to be the last time the happy couple will see each other until the ceremony. While it is more relaxed than the actual wedding, it can still be a meaningful part… Read more »

Working With Wedding Party Members Who Live Far From You

You may be physically far away from someone you are close to, but that does not mean you feel emotionally removed from them. Many people will have at least one person in their life they want in their wedding party who lives far enough away to make personal interactions difficult. While this does not mean… Read more »

Reasons To Consider A Wedding During The Fall Or Winter

While some couples choose a wedding date that has personal significance, many look for something that falls into a traditional “wedding season.” For outdoor weddings in particular, it can be exciting to have a date at a time when everything is in bloom, but you may find that a fall or winter celebration has advantages… Read more »

Planning Your Arrival To The Wedding Reception

While the wedding procession will keep you and your partner (briefly) apart when your ceremony begins, you are able to arrive as a duo when enter your wedding reception. While some couples make more of this moment than others, your arrival at the reception effectively starts your event. Whether you choose to do something simple… Read more »

Arranging And Decorating Your Wedding Reception Tables

After a beautiful wedding ceremony in the splendor of Texas Hill Country, your guests can join you and your partner to further celebrate your special day at your reception. The reception, while more relaxed than the ceremony, still calls for considerable planning, as well as smart decorating touches. One thing to focus on is how… Read more »