Wallingford, CT (PRWEB) December 14, 2011
Many a bride-to-be pictures her wedding day with opulent décor, hundreds of guests, a beautiful view indoors and outdoors, and delicious food. Typically, the setting is spring or summer, but not every couple takes a traditional route. From the growing popularity of destination weddings to seasonal themes, a ceremony and reception reflect the bride and groom’s personal tastes. For couples who envisioned getting married in picturesque snow-covered surroundings, a winter wedding is the obvious choice. Weddings scheduled during this time of year, however, are considered off-season. For couples looking to hold their ceremony and reception between the months of November and March, Seasons at the Tradition, a Wallingford, Conn., banquet facility with a restaurant and golf course, is now offering a 15-percent discount for off-season weddings.
Seasons at the Tradition’s wedding package covers the food for the event, be it the ceremony, reception, or both, and the facility. The off-season wedding discount includes the same features but at a price 15 percent lower. Because the banquet facility aims to give its guest a high-level of personal attention and service, a couple can work with Seasons to plan the wedding menu and can choose from multiple options for indoor and outdoor facilities.
The food is a key aspect of wedding planning, and couples spend time putting together a menu. When using Seasons’ off-season discount, a couple can choose or create a menu from the restaurant. Depending upon the number of guests expected, a menu can include lunch, dinner, or brunch in buffet or plated form, and cocktails, a bar, or hors d’oeuvres can be added. For helping guests get a full idea of all possible dishes available for a wedding, Seasons at the Tradition offers food tasting at a 25-percent discount.
Ideal for banquets, corporate events, parties, and weddings in Connecticut, Seasons at the Tradition’s facility includes two spaces. Each holds about 100 guests, and both can be combined to host a party of 220. For a couple desiring a scenic view on their wedding day, the facility overlooks the green grounds of The Tradition Golf Club, which reflects the dramatic New England seasonal landscape changes. Aside from the view, the facility offers a private patio, bar, and bridal suite and is versatile for an event’s needs.
In addition to the multipurpose facility, Seasons at the Tradition encompasses a restaurant and golf club. Seasons Restaurant at the Tradition provides a casual dining experience for lunch and dinner and has space for private parties of up to 30 people. The restaurant also gives a view of the golf course and offers outdoor patio seating. Surrounding the restaurant and facility is The Tradition Golf Club. Renovated by Roger Rulewich, the former chief architect for Robert Trent Jones, Sr., the golf club has features for professional and casual players and prides itself on friendly service.
As a result of its growing popularity for weddings, banquets, and other events, Seasons is expanding to a second location. Opening in 2012, Seasons at Oak Lane in Woodbridge, Conn., will feature similar facilities for banquets and weddings, dining, and golfing. Presently, the golf course is going through renovations and improvements, but upon opening, Seasons at Oak Lane will offer a full-service restaurant, 18-hole golf course, and versatile facility. Press release services and search engine optimization provided by Keyword Performance.