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The Anne Christman Memorial Hall is the perfect space for a smaller, intimate reception or a ceremony with the atmosphere of a traditional church wedding. With inlaid vaulted ceilings painted with Gold Leaf, the space is sophisticated as is or with additional decoration. The large windows facing south and tall archways to the north, give this intimate space a cathedral atmosphere.
Tyler Grand Ballroom
The Jeanne D. Tyler Grand Ballroom is the ideal space for large receptions with the capability to host up to 550 guests. The spacious layout allows for a customizable floor plan, which can be unique to any wedding theme. The Ballroom has undergone several updates recently with a new entryway, wing walls, and stage area. Updates to the lighting with chandeliers and décor have given the space more elegance as well as adding to the versatility. Each couple can create a wedding that is distinctive to their vision for the day.
Located on the south side of the building, the Garden is a beautiful setting for an outdoor ceremony or reception. It is home to the original fountain, which has been restored with ambient lighting and is the centerpiece of this space. It is also a picturesque setting to host a pre-reception Cocktail Hour.
The Ballroom Lobby, located on the first floor, and the Concert Hall Lobby, located on the second floor, are versatile spaces that can host various events of a wedding celebration. The Concert Hall Lobby can host a ceremony or reception, and the Ballroom Lobby is the perfect setting for a Cocktail Hour prior to a reception in the Grand Ballroom. These spaces have an elegance that cannot be duplicated with intricate detailing and a backdrop of grand staircases.
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Once you’ve said yes to your dress, it’s time to tackle the next big step… your bridesmaid’s attire. This task can become quite complex, each of your girls have varying budgets, shapes, sizes, and styles. Here are a few things to consider that will make the dress hunt easier on everyone.
Whether or not you choose to have a bar at your wedding is totally up to you and your family. It’s your day! It can be a pain trying to figure out what you will need, how much you need, who is going to provide it, where do I find bartenders…whew! Here are some pointers…
Having exceptional music is an essential part of a wedding reception. Attending a wedding where the DJ or band is killing the mood with their music choice is the worst. Asking the right questions and taking the time to research can ensure you select your perfect match! Where on Earth should you start? Here are a few of our tips.
The first two months of wedding planning are typically dedicated to the foundation of your wedding. Deciding on a date is probably your biggest hurdle. Of course, with the risk of unavailability, it’s best to come up with a backup date. Most couples rather skip over the next step and go straight to cake testing, but setting a budget is essential in the planning process.
Once you’ve said Yes to the big question, there are tons of things to be excited about. Most importantly, you’re engaged! Often with excitement and the transition from dating to engaged, comes underlying anxiety to get things moving in the wedding planning department. Don’t stress! Here are a few things to do to reduce stress and keep moving, starting with taking the time to celebrate.