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Fun Centerpiece Idea

I love this mirrored candle centerpiece for any venue that requires that all candles be enclosed (which are most venues) This adds a very contemporary look to any event!!! Right now these are only available to buy from Fete in New York. I hope to see them in this area soon!!
Happy Friday!

Fun Centerpiece Idea

I love this mirrored candle centerpiece for any venue that requires that all candles be enclosed (which are most venues) This adds a very contemporary look to any event!!! Right now these are only available to buy from Fete in New York. I hope to see them in this area soon!!
Happy Friday!

The Cost of a Tented Wedding Reception…

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Photos by: Photogen-inc.com
A few weeks ago I ran across this wonderful post from Michigan Wedding Planner Jessica of Stella Event Design.. I thought this was the perfect read to repost. She hits it right on the head. We get a lot of calls wanting us to assist the couples in making their backyard dreams come true. I believe we do a lot of weddings in backyards because they are hard. Simply Put.. you really need to hire a professional planner when you are doing a backyard wedding. Not only to help you see all of the unforeseen issues (Parking, Bathrooms, Bugs, Lighting, etc) But also to be there on the day of the wedding to run to the store to get more ice if needed, pick up a generator, move tables and chairs around.. all of the little things that you take for granted when you are in a banquet facility.
I could go on and on about all of the issues we have encountered… wind, humidity, a swarm of bees, blown fuses, seven trips to the liquor store (yes, Seven….They liked to party!)
Here is what Jessica Wrote: The key to creating a tented wedding on your own property (or even a rented space), is keeping in mind all of the rental costs you are going to incur. While a tented wedding may seem like the budget-friendly option, let’s take a look at how the numbers break down in comparison to a local venue that has a flat $2800 rental fee:
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I am not by any means saying you shouldn’t get married in a backyard or on a beautiful piece of family property—that can be a very meaningful and beautiful option for your wedding location—the thing you have to consider is if you are choosing that option only because it seems like the cheaper way to go.  Because in most cases, bringing in all of those rental items will cost you much more than renting a venue (not to mention all of the extra work for you and your family), and that’s something you should realistically consider when choosing between a tented wedding on private property, versus a reception venue.

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