Category: Wedding Venue

Boost the Fun At Your Wedding Reception

Are fancy dances not you or your fiance’s style? Are you not sure you even want to have a dance floor at all? No one and no wedding planning rules say you have to host a traditional wedding reception. In fact, many couples are now shirking tradition, in favor of out-of-the-box options that can be… Read more »

Is a Destination Wedding Right for You?

Are you and your groom set on a wedding getaway, but facing pressure from parents or family to keep your nuptials local, instead? Many couples love the idea of a destination wedding, but face unexpected obstacles when they begin planning and then waiver on their decision. If you find yourself in that boat, and unsure… Read more »

3 Key Questions to Ask Before Booking a Venue

When planning a wedding the possibilities can seem positively endless or utterly overwhelming. But it helps to enter the planning phase with some key ideas about what matters most to you and your fiancé, so that the big decisions are a little easier to make, and the smaller decisions can just fall into place. Obviously… Read more »

Let It Snow: Winter Wedding Décor Ideas

Winter can be a wonderful time to host a wedding, one which might just have the backdrop of beautiful winter snows. But sometimes brides worry that a winter wedding means they have to go with monthly themes, such as traditional Christmas colors for a December wedding or New Year’s nods for a January celebration. On… Read more »

Fun Activities for Younger Wedding Guests

Of course you want all your loved ones to be there supporting you on the biggest day of your life, including the littlest ones. But, you probably also want your pint-sized guests to actually enjoy the time they spend at your wedding, not be sulking, or sleeping, in a tiny corner of your reception venue…. Read more »

Planning Your Dream Destination Wedding: Part Two

Want so say your “I do’s” some place exotic, like a white sand beach? Or perhaps you and your fiancé consider yourself snow bunnies, and are looking to commit your lives to one another on the snow-capped mountains of your favorite range in Colorado? Maybe you and your groom are anxious for a roadtrip before… Read more »

Planning Your Dream Destination Wedding: Part One

Years ago it might have sounded absurd to ask 100 of your closest friends to trek across the country to share in your wedding day. But many modern brides and grooms are choosing to forego a formal ceremony in their hometown, in favor of a destination wedding, instead. Inviting your friends and family to join… Read more »

To Theme Or Not To Theme? That Is the Wedding Planning Question

While a wedding theme is hardly necessary, many couples find choosing one together is a great way to bring extra personality and an additional element of fun into their celebration. Plus, a theme can be an outstanding way to distinguish yours from all the other weddings that will take place in a given year. (Who… Read more »

How to Fill The Dance Floor at Your Wedding: Part Two

Yesterday, we talked about how to get a dance party started at your wedding reception. But how you keep that party going well into the night is a combination of great taste and great timing. If you’ve hired a DJ, take advantage of his or her expertise. A DJ is like a designated party starter!… Read more »

Wondering When to Wed? Let Nature Be Your Cue

Unless you’re planning to marry on the anniversary of your first date, a major holiday or another special day to the two of you, it can be hard to settle on a wedding date. The possibilities might seem endless, or at least more than 300. But there are some cues nature can give when it… Read more »