2017 is off to an amazing and busy start here at TLC! We want to thank each and every one of you who made it a wonderful 2016 for us and we hope to see you here again soon.
Did you get engaged over the holiday or know someone who did? Well, you can't start wedding planning soon enough, especially for your venue. Our newsletter is chalk full of helpful information for planning your special day with us. Would you like a tour, give us a call. We'd love to show you around!
USING PINTEREST AS YOUR WEDDING PLANNER
by Micheala Olsen
Planning a wedding can be extremely overwhelming. So many details to consider and so many options to choose from. How are you supposed to keep it all straight?! A lot of brides have been turning to Pinterest as a planning tool. I think it’s great!
Having worked on a few weddings and having a degree in event planning, the planning process can be extremely overwhelming. There are so many details to figure out such as flowers, table décor, favors, food, attire, just to name a few. There are many books and resources...
PLANNING YOUR WEDDING: 5 THINGS TO CONSIDER
by Maile Ilac Boeder
Micheala and I just finished up a wedding walk through for May of 2017 and are waiting for an upcoming wedding to come in and meet with our chef and us. Exciting times.
I am just going to put this out there: WE LOVE WEDDINGS! That is a fact. We love being a part of the beginning of someone's story. It is during these kinds of events, that we collect so many special moments and get to see so much joy.
"With all the details that go into planning a wedding (or special event), we often make lists to remind us of things to bring, pick up, purchase, etc. These are good lists to make and you should do them. I also want to suggest making a "Bring back or Return List." If you've rented chairs or decor or even tuxes, make sure the dates these items need to be returned are written down and not forgotten. You may also want to note if a payment needs to be made or a deposit needs to be picked up. It's so easy to get caught up in the "making of the big day" that breaking down the space afterwards is often an afterthought. It's helpful to you and those assisting you to know when the venue needs to be cleared, rentals need to be returned and final details need to be tied up. Happy planning."