A group to discuss everything related to weddings, from invitations and rings to flower arrangements and bridal showers. If you're planning a wedding, or participating in one, please join us and share your stories.
HI...I am a mom helping my DD plan her wedding. I was a Bridal Consultant for a retail chain for over 8 yrs, and b4 that I was a self employed Wedding Consultant....I did flowers and invitations and co-ordinated the entire event.I had 20 yrs experience with that end of the business.
DD's wedding is in Oct of this yr.....and she wants something diff with the venue and the ceremony....so, I found a hall that is an octagon shape and was org an open pavilion made with river stone with huge beams overhead and 3/4 of the pavilion r glass doors that can be opened in good weather.
It also has a river stone fireplace ....so not a typical oblong hall.
The ceremony is to be out doors at her FIL's property on the side of a Mt.....weather permitting.
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