Reception

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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Reception: Father – Daughter Dance

The father-daughter dance is a typical part of most wedding receptions. This is where obviously the bride dances with her father. While for a multitude of reasons, it is not always the father sometimes the mother, uncle, brother, or step-father is substituted. Still this classic dance is important for most brides on their wedding day.
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Reception: Wedding Favor Idea – Donating to Charity

One of the most enjoyable decisions when planning your wedding is what favor your will choose to give to your guests. While budget and style always come in to play, this is typically a fun and creative part of the wedding planning experience. We’ve discussed before the fear of falling into the overdone favor realm.
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Reception: Wedding Favor Basics

Wedding favors are a terrific way to tell your guests thank you for sharing in your special day. By giving your guests favors, you will give them all a reminder of your special day and how much you appreciated having them there. While there is nothing wrong with giving out the same stand by of
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Reception: S’mores Bar – Part 3

Now that you have all of your supplies it’s time to decorate! At an indoor ceremony setting up a table near the cake table would be a good option. You can purchase small “smore makers” these small contraptions are metal containers that house a sterno flame for you to toast your marshmallow on. They typically
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Reception: S’mores Bar – Part 2

S’more making supplies would include: Chocolate bars- Whether you choose to go with old stand-by’s from your childhood or decadent gourmet brands is up to you. We suggest purchasing the typical milk chocolate of course but then, throw in a few different popular candy bar flavors. Such as peanut butter cups, carmel filled bars, and
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Reception: S’mores Bar – Part 1

Extra “treat stations” are all the rage at wedding receptions lately. We have seen so many variants of this new trend from the always popular candy buffet, to the build your own ice cream sundae, and even cookie buffets that we have mentioned before. The newest one that we can’t wait to share with you
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Reception: How to Incorporate Lace Into Your Big Day

For this wedding season lace is going to make a big comeback. Lace isn’t just for your grandmothers anymore. The look and feel of lace offers a look of sophistication that is hard to create. It offers elegance and a lightness that many other fabrics and patterns just cannot offer. You may be wondering where
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