Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Spadacino on your first anniversary!
We wish you many years of Love, Laughter and Adventure!
Congratulations Mr. and Mrs. Fones on your first anniversary!
We wish you a lifetime of Love, Laughter and Happiness!
We can’t resist a sweet treat, especially at weddings! Though we love a traditional wedding cake we get very excited when our couples decided skip the cake and indulge in some alternative confectionary treats! From unique ice cream pops, bite-sized pies to a roaming candy bar the possibilities are endless!
Is there anything better than a candy bar at a wedding? We don’t think so, especially when it is a roaming one, this way every guest has a chance to indulge in their favorite confectionary treat!
Pleasant Pops in Washington DC is a wonderful alternative to traditional wedding desserts. Whether your wedding is indoors or outdoors, their vintage ice cream cart can serve hundreds of your guests. With so many wonderful and unique flavors it is hard to pick just one, but a few of our favorite flavors include Watermelon Mint and New Orleans Iced Coffee.
The perfect bite-size dessert alternative at a wedding is to serve a variety of mini pies. These delicious confections will satisfy any craving! Especially if they come in delicious flavors such as classic apple pie, chocolate cream pie and cherry pie, just to name a few!
Picking the perfect venue for your wedding can be one of the most stressful tasks a couple faces when planning their wedding! So, to alleviate some of the angst we thought we would share some of our insights on how to get the most out of your relationship when working with a property in hopes that it will make the process a little bit easier!
1. “The venue representative see the same event over and over again. Ask your contact what they are excited about. Have they seen something that is a unique use of their space or in house items? Is there something they have always wanted to do in their space? Getting your contact interested and looking forward to your day will play to your favor as you work through the planning process.”
2. “Remember a venue contact is not a wedding planner. Be respectful of their role and they will treat you with the same level of respect throughout the planning process. The manager of a venue’s job is to protect their space and in a hotel setting to manage the catering team. They might send over the names of their favorite vendors or offer to set up your escort cards but their focus is on their property and their team on your wedding day. A wedding encompasses so much more than the venue details, a wedding planner will help pull all of those items together so your venue contact put their focus where it needs to be on the wedding day.”
3. “Make sure you keep the venue’s in house items in mind when crafting the plan for your day. We are not saying that every venue has chairs that you will like or go with your look but if your space has natural chiavaris don’t get your heart set on gold chairs. If your space offers 5.5′ round tables try to steer clear of the communal table look on Pinterest. Every in house item you use can be another dollar you can spend elsewhere in the wedding.”