Reception

Reception: The Guide to a Dry Wedding

Sometimes couples choose to host a dry wedding, omitting all alcohol from their reception. While each couple has their own reason as to why they chose to have a “dry” wedding, here is a guide to help you decide if a dry wedding is for you and ideas on how to move forward when planning:
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Get Social: The Wedding Edition

In today’s technological age, many people use social media websites daily. Whether it is to keep in touch with old friends, connect with new friends, or stay up-to-date on the latest news, sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram continue to increase in popularity. Since social media websites are integrated into peoples’ every day lives, they
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Reception: Wedding Reception Entertainment Ideas – Part 1

On one hand we can say that group choreographed dances are the newest and best thing. There is also another trend developing on the other end of the spectrum. More couples are choosing to provide additional entertainment beyond the dance floor. While plenty of guests will still enjoy cutting a rug and other’s still love
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Reception: Reception Ideas – Candy Buffets

Candy buffets are popping up everywhere and when done right they can be beautiful! It’s a fun and beautiful way to add some more sweets to your evening. If you are using the candy buffet in lieu of favors, you’re sure to please everyone. Stopping at a table piled high with treats before heading home
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Reception: The Importance Of Wedding Favors

Unique Wedding Favor Ideas Many wedding customs date back to the Romans, who had a highly developed culture and set of traditions in many areas of life, including the wedding. Not only did they celebrate the ceremony itself, the union of the bride and groom was viewed politically, strengthening both families and their influence by
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Reception: Reception Seating Chart Organization

The Effective Use Of Place Cards Not all wedding receptions require a seating chart at a sit-down dinner. What are your options? They can include either assigning guests to tables only, assigning guests to specific seats at a table by using Wedding Place Cards to guide them, or allowing guests to sit wherever they choose.
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Reception: Mother – Son Dance

The Mother-Son dance is a typical part of most wedding receptions. This is where the groom and his mother enjoy a dance together. This is typically a rather important part of the wedding reception and can be an enjoyable time for both parties. Just like the first dance with the bride and groom this time
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