(Closed) Advice on a certain wedding reception location…

posted 8 years ago in Reception
Post # 4
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Worker bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

You make a good point about the reviews coming from the bride and groom… but to be honest, if your guests were to feel isolated and segregated, then they should get up and go mingle with other tables. Also as the new bride and groom, it is your job to go around to each table during the reception to say hello, thank everyone for coming and an opportunity for more photo opps.

But if the majority of your guests are really shy…. and you want everyone to mingle, then this place may not be for you… but what if you had a buffet meal instead of a seated plated meal? That will encourage mingling. Also you and your DJ could come up with some fun games to play where the guests will have to get up and talk to other tables around them. That may just help.

But I think if you 2 love this location, then why not? Your guests are here to witness and celebrate your new lives together, not to just come and eat and complain about things! (But if you 2 still have doubts, then continue looking at other venues. Hopefully those will be close to the scenery you see here at this venue… if not, then you know where you should have your reception) And who knows, maybe your guests will love tihs location just as the 2 of you have already.

Post # 5
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21 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: June 2011

so amazing

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