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Entries in wedding (3)

9:46AM

Party Decorations

The decorations you choose for your party can set the mood for your event.  Just imagine the obvious differences between a wedding and a children's party.  Simply putting linens on tables and using plain printed seating cards sets a business like atmosphere one might expect at a business meeting; not a festive occasion.  Naturally your budget determines the extent of your decor, but your budget does not have to restrict your decorations as much as you may think.  The reaction of your guests entering a brightly decorated room contributes to the type of atmosphere you wish to achieve.  Your largest expense is the catering and the decor helps add more value to what you are spending. Restaurants spend much money on their decor for this obvious reason.  Once you determine your budget and venue,  Bonnie Gold of Gold Events can custom design and bring ideas to your party that are affordable and exciting. You're spending a great amount of money to share with your family and friends; don't short change yourself!

10:55AM

Don't stress

Perhaps the most important aspect of having a good Event Planner is the benefit to rid yourself of the stress associated with organizing a large event.  That's part of the value you receive; the piece of mind knowing that your party will be just as you envision.  Bonnie Gold, owner of Gold Events, knows from experience the best ways to create your party as you expect and to be within your budget and probably with additions you never thought possible.  Focus on your celebration and leave the work to the professional!

6:56PM

A walk down memory lane

 It was a beautiful day to revisit the wedding site! With the trees ablaze with color, the memories came flooding back! The bride and groom were wed on the bank of Lake Adams in Exeter, RI, on Columbus Day weekend.   The guests were treated to hot, spiced apple cider as they arrived.  The sun was setting on the water as they said their I do's and then were whisked away for photos on the beautiful camp setting by the water.

 Enter Shaub Lodge to long tables with ivory on ivory striped linens, and copper sheer ribbon wrapped napkins. Centerpiecs were tall vases of branches with bittersweet and hanging candles, votives lined the table, surrounded by bittersweet, moss and river rocks.

 There was a delicious array of cheeses and a Mediterranean table of goodies. The dinner was beautifully displayed buffet style, with so many choices the guests had to go back to try everything!

 The speeches were sentimental, my eyes were not dry, the groom sang to the bride a borrowed tune with his own words, the guests were asked to come up and strut their stuff with the bride and groom for their first dance! The DJ supplied the non stop music and fun!

 The end of the night came too soon, but wait... it's not over yet! The wedding favors were boxed somore's  with long sticks and the overnight guests stayed for the camp fire with song!