Post # 1
Since the "show us your ceremony location" thread was so much fun — and because I’m procrastinating right now, instead of working out (okay, later, later!) — I’d love to see where everyone’s party/supper/reception/hoedown will be held.
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Post # 3
Wow – stunning. I’ll post mine as soon as I get my pictures sorted!
Post # 5
Here’s our reception site in Sedona. They have an outdoor terrace with views of the red rocks and an indoor space. I just hope we can do the chivari chairs like in the photos!
Post # 6
@sleepylittlesailor- I love the wrap around verandah at your venue!
Post # 7
arizonabride: what a view! wow! gorgeous…
Post # 8
What a fun idea! Here are pics of my location. I love the old plantation house feel that it has:)
I have loved all the pictures so far, beautiful locations!
Post # 9
We’re having a small (<60) person wedding. Reception in the first room, cocktail hour in the second room (and the attached deck, if it’s nice outside)
Post # 10
i am loving all of the reception rooms thus far!!!
Post # 11
- Wedding: January 2011 - Vintage Villas
I only have one photo of it, but here it is. This is where dinner will be – dancing will be in the same room we’re having the ceremony in (it’ll just be re-decorated haha). There’s also another small area for cocktail hour, but I don’t have a photo of that room.
Post # 12
Here’s ours (ceremony and reception)
The wedding will be at sunset in front of the fireplace, just as it’s set up in the “weddings” slideshow.
Sorry I don’t have my own pics to upload – that flash drive is a home!
Post # 13
wow, loving all your pix. this is like looking at a travel mag…
Post # 14
Liberty House, Jersey City, NJ
I am excited about mine. It has 360 degree windows and balconies. You can see the NYC skyline, Ellis Island, and the Statue of Liberty.
Post # 15
Here’s my ceremony and reception house! It’s a private plantation home built in the early 1800s. (This is a rare snow day in south Louisiana)
A January evening wedding with lots of candles and wonderful fires in all the fireplaces!
Post # 16
wow — amazing, amazing. love the jersey one with the cityscape… love the louisiana plantation…. wow.