5 Ways to Make Your Big Wedding and Reception Feel More Intimate
Are you concerned that your big wedding might feel a little too impersonal? If so, you can relax. With a few simple touches, you can have the intimate experience you want no matter how long your guest list is. Here are 5 ways to make a personal connection with family and friends at a large event.
Greet Your Guests:
There’s no substitute for one on one time with you. It doesn’t have to take long, but you want to express sincere appreciation and acknowledge everyone who may have traveled long distances, brought a thoughtful gift, and wanted to share your big day. You can have a formal greeting line or circulate during the reception.
Make everyone want to get out on the dance floor. Even the way you serve your food can help bring people together in the buffet line or building their own burritos and ice cream sundaes. Provide conversation starters like lighthearted games and unique favors. Remember to keep the centerpieces low so guests can see each other and interact.
Provide a quiet and peaceful area to relax and enjoy private moments. Our indoor and outdoor spaces offer lots of cozy opportunities.
Don’t worry about keeping up with trends in bridal magazines. Pick the colors, food, and music you love. You and your guests want to feel like this is your wedding.
Choose Your Venue Wisely:
We may be a little biased, but our beautiful rural setting makes everyone feel at home, and it has a lot more personality than the average ballroom in a business hotel. There’s something about nature that relieves stress and makes people feel friendlier.
If you want to have a wedding big or small in an intimate country setting just minutes north of Dallas, contact us at Chandler’s Gardens. Learn more about our two amazing venue packages with 7 ceremony and reception sites to choose from.