Ceremony & Reception Venue
What additional types of events do you service?
Anniversaries, Baby Showers, Bar / Bat Mitzvahs, Birthdays, Bridal Showers, Christenings, Corporate Events, Engagement Parties, Graduations, Memorials, Quinceaneras, Sweet 16s
Cash, Check, Mastercard, Visa
Feb 20, 2014
Frequently Asked Questions for Ceremony & Reception Venue
When was your venue built?
Describe your venue:
Banquet Hall, Inn / Bed & Breakfast
Describe the style of your venue
What wedding services does your venue provide?
Ceremony, Reception, Rehearsal Dinner
What is the maximum capacity of your venue?
How many event spaces or rooms does your venue offer?
Does your venue offer an indoor space?
Does your venue offer a covered outdoor space?
Does your venue offer an uncovered outdoor space?
Does your venue have on-site accommodations?
What is the minimum rental fee for your venue?
Offered in-house, Outside vendors welcome
Is catering included in the minimum rental fee?
What is the average catering price per person at your venue?
Is event coordination included in the minimum rental fee?
Additional Answers & Advice:
Flower Girls and Ring Bearers
If the children in your wedding party are under the age of 6, it is important they attend the rehearsal if at all possible. Allow them several trips down the aisle before, during and after the rehearsal. If more practice is needed, arrive a little early on the wedding day and let them walk down the aisle several times before guests arrive. But, for a young child, it can be really scary to face a room full of strangers looking at you, so have a "Plan B" ready in case the child balks. It is better to let them stay in the foyer with a parent or familiar family member than cry all the way down the aisle. That upsets everybody. Afterward, you can bring them up to the front for photos with the wedding party. Children who are 6 years usually love the attention and are thrilled to be in the wedding!