- 5 years ago
- Wedding: July 2013
We’re getting married at our local state park. there’s a field that’s perfect for our ceremony, I’ve already got everything planned for it, but the reception hall is giving me some trouble. The building is attached to the field and is just the right size for the number of people we’re inviting, but I’m having trouble envisioning what it will look like. He’s some pictures I took:
The ends of the buildings and how we’re thinking of arranging the tables (mirrored on other side). Cake and food will be along the wall of the second picture, since there’s a kitchen and the other side of that wall.
(we should have enough of the off white chairs so that we won’t have to pull out the green ones… hopefully)
and panoramic pictures, sorry for the quality
and they have stage lights on the stage area
And the outside part that’s facing the ceremony field. We probaly won’t do muchout here.
…and that’s basically it. There’s also a legit arcade game room, but we havn’t decided if we will use it during the wedding or not (we’ll probably decide when we start getting the RSVPs back and know how many kids to expect)
…and that’s basically it. There’s also a legit arcade game room, but we haven’t decided if we will use it during the wedding or not (we’ll probably decide when we start getting the RSVPs back and know how many kids to expect)
So what do you gals think? Do you think we should get chair covers? and where do you think the bridal party should sit? I was thinking we would sit in the stage area and put dancing/music outside, but my mom’s thinking we should sit along the wall near the cake/food and have a dance floor in the stage area. Opinions/alternative suggestions? We’re having a rustic wedding, but I’m starting to worry it won’t be “weddingy” enough. aside from centerpieces I have no idea how to decorate the rest of the room. I feel like it needs something more. Am I right in this or is my wedding paranoia starting to take over.
Here’s some of my inspiration pictures
Also, we actually rented the building for two days: the day before and the day of the wedding (two days actually wasn’t that much more than the one day). So we should have plenty of time to set up.
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