Wedding Reception Traditions Worth Keeping

Wedding Reception Venue Traditions

Couples have been saying “I do” for the past 5000 years according to The Huffington Post and with this history comes a lot of tradition.  We’d like to share with you which traditions our Brides kept and for good reasons.

Some Wedding Reception traditions include the formal introduction of newlyweds for the first time in public, a first dance, the decision the bride and groom make of what to do with their piece of the cake (be gentle), and the always popular Bouquet and Garter Toss to symbolize future celebrations to come from those eligible.

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Wedding Apps Designed to Make Your Life Easier

bride with smartphoneThe rapid growth in markets surrounding the wedding industry have inspired some new conveniences for your wedding day. Here’s a look at some of the most popular wedding apps bound to work within your already busy schedule:

Zola Wedding Registry

Zola, a free app, allows you to create a personalized wedding registry to list the gifts you want. Ever find yourself shopping for someone else, standing in an isle and stuck between two options?

Zola solves this dilemma and creates a win-win for you and your guests as it takes the guessing game out of the equation. You get exactly what you want and your guests know they made the right decision. No gift receipts to hold onto and less time at the stores making returns so you can spend time with the one who matters most in your life. Thanks Zola!

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Local Business Partnering in Bucks County

Guest Blogger: Darianna Bridal & Tuxedo

Darianna Bridal & Tuxedo logoWhen we opened Darianna Bridal & Tuxedo in January 2013, we wanted to build a fun business, offer superior service, and become a community staple.  As locals of the area, we already knew of some Bucks County businesses in the wedding industry and we reached out to partner with them.  The first one was the Warrington Country Club.

Surprisingly, we found it had been purchased by another local family just 8 months prior and their enthusiasm for their new venture was infectious.

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Super Bowl Sunday?

Football Party Event Planning

Let’s be honest; the proposal of your dreams isn’t going to happen today unless your significant other is a true romantic who parts with America’s game to spend a memorable evening with you.

You may not know/care or have a favorite team between the Atlanta Falcons and the New England Patriots but this could be an excellent time to show what’s extremely special about your relationship with each other: The fact that you can spend quality time together in any event.

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Beer Garden for Your Wedding

book a beer garden wedding

Looking for a difference-maker at your wedding that will have all your guests talking?

The Warrington Country Club now offers a Beer Garden Station as an add on package.  If a summertime happy hour in Philadelphia tells you anything, it’s that craft beer is a booming business and pop-up beer gardens create the perfect atmosphere for trying the new and impressive flavors the beer industry offers.  Philadelphia is home to more than 30 thriving beer gardens that attract crowds of people to gather and socialize.

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Post Engagement but Pre-Wedding Time Together

Planning a wedding in Bucks County PA

Uncertainty has diminished and the inevitable excitement of your big day builds during the period before your wedding in Bucks County. You feel confident about your future and are elated to tell your friends and family cute stories of how this all came to be with that special person you had been looking for your whole life till now.  It’s important to remember what makes that person important to you and enjoy those moments all over again during this time.  Inspire each others speeches, a deeper love, and a commitment to what made you fall in love.

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Weddings on Holidays

Holiday Wedding Reception Venue in Bucks County

You’re on the game show Family Feud and you’re asked “what do people think about most when they hear the word, Holiday?”  You ring the button first and shout out “family and friends!”  You most likely guessed the number one and two responses on the survey board.  Interesting enough, it’s family and friends that make your wedding day extra special because what is a grand celebration without those closest to you involved?

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Best Ways to Announce your Engagement

engagement tips from a Philadelphia wedding venue

You’re engaged!  Your initial reaction is sincere excitement, flattery and shock, or you may be thinking “it’s about time. I have been so patient!”  Whatever you’re feeling at this moment will be unique to you, but the moment is always special.  So how do you want to share this memorable occasion with those closest to you?

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Brides & Grooms to be: Best Places to Propose in Bucks County

Lake Nockamixon Bucks County Wedding Location

It’s the holiday season, a time for giving and a time to share some information with you about the perfect place to pop the question in the Bucks County area. When it comes to any decision, approaching the topic with knowledge and a general idea of what you’re looking for will help you reach a satisfying conclusion quicker.

Beautiful locations such as the ones listed below will give you confidence you have selected the perfect setting to ask those four special words. Let’s find the perfect spot for you to start a lifetime together. A place where you would like to hear that special person in your life say “yes!”

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The Warrington Country Club: It’s a Culture

Ryan Ford at the Warrington country club in Bucks County

Photo of Manager/Owner Ryan Ford rewarding the employee of the month by working their November 4th shift. The employee is still compensated for the shift

Eight years ago, when searching for my career I was asked a question during an interview about what meant more to me: recognition or compensation.  I immediately began thinking of a culture where employees recognized each other’s hard work.  Where a flat rate compensation didn’t reward all the subtle and grand efforts key employees exuded.

Here at the Warrington Country Club we embrace a different approach.  One where hard work is recognized as soon as a fellow employee exceeds the expectations of our guests, demonstrates a phenomenal work ethic, displays a willingness to learn more about the position, and an eagerness to teach others.

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