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Learn about the different types of wedding reception site options in this video with Wedding Planner Kay Williams.
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Kay Williams: Hello my name is Kay, Kay Williams; I’m the owner and operator of wedding by Kay. I am a wedding planner. We specialize in event planning, were going to talk about wedding receptions, how to have a good wedding reception, why do we need to have a good wedding reception, what kind of drinks do we serve? Why should we have a web reception net? How many guests do we have? Should children be allowed to come?
What kinds of clothes do you use, floral arrangements, color theme. Were going to go on detail to help you plan a great reception, my background of 20 years will help you understand what’s first to last when it comes to wedding receptions and how to have a great one.
Host: What types of a reception options are there?
Kay Williams: Well the thorough option is the area that you live in, for example if you want an outdoor reception, you need to find places like a park or a vineyard that’s going to allow you have an outdoor garden. It allows you to move the guest to move in or out and it all depends on what you want and what you like but the main thing is to try and find a place that you are going to be able to be flexible. That’s the main thing.
For example if you want to use a reception hall like a hotel that you want to do it outdoor that wouldn’t be possible. You want a place like a park and plant where you have a beautiful garden. Book shy garden a week for example, they now have indoor reception hall but actually opens out to the bush eyed gardens, which is a maze of beautiful gardens that you can take your pictures for example. And if you want to stay up and go out and go out and walk around, that’s for a spring wedding not a summer wedding. You know but if you want to go to a hotel, find one that’s going to have an open area. Like maybe windows, Foultan Blue for example and over at Atlanta, beautiful place, they have a wide opening. Fountain everything, that’s something you have to think about when your going to a professional is if it’s accessible for your client that they are happy. They are able to move around, you don’t want to keep them in one spot that is more people. I want people to be happy and they want to feel warm, so find someway that you know your guest as might as well like you, not only just you, your guest will like too and it has enough lighting for your pictures.