Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) July 04, 2013
Whatever the theme of the wedding, it’s important to find a reception location that fits the event. KLTV.com published an article on June 11, 2013 entitled “Finding a Wedding Reception Location” and Do the Bride a Favor is taking inspiration from this article to give advice on finding the perfect reception venue for any wedding.
When it comes to choosing a reception venue, the most important factor is that the location means something to both the bride and groom. If the bridal couple enjoys the outdoors, having the reception in the park where they shared their first kiss will be memorable for the couple and for the guests. Be sure to include special details when choosing personalized bridal favors. Include a small tag on the favor detailing the moments the couple shared in that location. If you do not want to have to place a wedding favor at each place setting, consider something out of the ordinary. Senior staff writer for DoTheBrideaFavor.com can be quoted as saying, "My friend had a more casual outdoor wedding. She had a bunch of double headed candy dispensers set up with a bucket of tokens near by. It served a dual purpose- it was a nice decorative addition to the wedding yet also served as the favor. In photos it was the perfect addition to the wedding venue."
Many items such as lighting, sound, and décor can be completely portable. However, one important item required at every location is power. When choosing a location for the reception, consider power needs and plan accordingly. Having a generator on site for an outdoor reception may seem like the perfect solution but the noise may be disruptive. Be sure to move generators as far away as possible.
If the reception is indoors, power may not be a problem, but available space can be. When contacting the owners of the venue, double check the occupancy limits to be sure that the wedding guests can fit safely and comfortably. Also inquire as about what in the location can be altered. Do they have alternate colors of drapes that can be made available and will match the theme? Do they provide silverware or plates that are high quality? Will there be staff available to serve the food? All of these are important questions to ask when finding a location for a reception.
Always visit the location before booking. If possible, arrive around the same time that the reception will start so the bride is able to see the venue as it will appear during the event.
Do the Bride a Favor gives tips to choosing a venue for a reception, including choosing a location that is important to the bride and groom, ensuring that power will be available, and visiting locations before booking.
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Do the Bride a Favor gives advice and tips to brides and party planners to ensure that every event is one of a kind, including gift ideas, candy favor tips, and location advice.