wedding venue

Indoor Event Venue

5 Questions For Choosing An Indoor Event Venue

In planning an event, one of the first choices needs to be that of the venue. In Denver, our crazy weather can make finding a location difficult unless you have flexibility in pulling an outside event indoors, or visa-versa. Whether a wedding, a friend’s birthday party, or a corporate “get together”, there are 5 questions you need to ask to help you make it a success. To keep it simple, we will go with the “5W’s” approach: Who, What, When, Where, Why.

Who will be attending?

This seems like a no-brainer, but… Continue reading

Do you need an Event Photographer?

How to Choose an Event Photographer

If you’ve ever needed an event photographer, you know how tough it can be. Obviously, this is an important task, as the photos will be one of the main things that capture not just the events, but also the emotions of the day. How will you go about it? Do you get referrals from friends or just start researching photographers in your area?

Event Photographer Referral

Referrals are great because they allow your friends who have worked with an event photographer to give you an introduction. It is like reading reviews but… Continue reading

Non Traditional Wedding Venue

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Non-traditional wedding venue

 

The Morning Call recently reported on the growing trend for weddings and event space in cemeteries as more and more millennials are looking for space outside of religious organizations. They are looking for a non-traditional wedding venue because it better fits their ideas for true personalization, closer connection to their values as a ‘None’, or to allow for more inclusion for their unique lifestyles.

 

Fairmount, with the city’s largest collection of stained glass, largest arboretum, lavish rose garden, and several chapels, has already hosted several small weddings during its 126… Continue reading

Are You Planning a Retro Wedding?

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Unique and memorable weddings will never go out of style, but today’s engaged couples are resurrecting some trends from the past and incorporating them into their modern day “I do’s”. We found these trends to be rather memorable. Take your personality and style and make them uniquely yours. Pulling from trends dating back as far as the 20’s, vintage and retro weddings are lavish, whether done simply or extravagantly.
Hats
Fall hats are a fun way to compliment an outfit and make a lovely addition to an already unique bridal party. As we see in current fashion, fedoras are not… Continue reading

Falling in Love with Fall

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Is fall your favorite time of year? The weather becomes cooler, the colors begin to change, nature prepares for slumber and renewal. If you are planning a fall wedding, here are a few ideas to spark the romantic fire to create a fall worthy wedding.
Maximize the colors
Whether in or outdoors, incorporate the fall colors by using décor elements that will bring attention to your favorite parts of the season. Metallics are very popular right now, so consider using centerpieces consisting of black wrought iron, copper and gold. Add festive fall components, such as gourds in a variety of… Continue reading

The Luck of the Irish in March

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The month of March since 1991 has been proclaimed as Irish American Heritage month to recognize the contributions that Irish Immigrants and their relatives have played in the formation of our country.  There are roughly about 33.3 million Americans—10.5% of the total population—reported Irish ancestry in the 2013 Census.  This compares with a population of 6.4 million on the island of Ireland, who knew?

Now with so many Irish Americans now living in the United States there are some Irish Wedding traditions as well.  A few of them are the Claddagh Ring, an Irish Wedding Toast, Bagpipes… Continue reading

March is Wild over the Women in History

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March is the beginning of Spring and what better month than to celebrate National Women’s History Month.  With spring comes the budding of flowers and everything that had been dried up and brown is beginning to bug and grow.  Just like certain women in history, they found their voices and grew stronger with each passing day.

Women’s History Month originated as a national celebration in 1981 when the President proclaimed the week beginning March 7, 1982 as “Women’s History Week.”.  In 1987 the month of March was declared as “Women’s History Month.”.

Each year the National Women’s… Continue reading