Still hungry after your big day? Through all the running around and dancing it’s no surprise that three meals may not cut it for you and your guests. Solution? One of our end of night stations will satisfy the appetite of anyone.
Guests are even moving from the traditional Wedding favor and replacing it with these stations. The reason? Your guests prefer to be sent on their way without having to stop at a drive through to satisfy their midnight cravings. We even have a station that allows your guests to wrap their own favor up which consists of all we’re going to talk about here…food. Let’s begin!
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You’re in kindergarten and Mrs. Murray asks you take out your glue and crayons and hands you construction paper. She asks you to put an illustrative story together of where you’ll be in 20 years. With me? Okay, now it’s 20 years later and you’ve put the crayons down for a man you are about to marry. You want to make your wedding unique. You want to make it represent YOU. Pinterest has your creative mind flowing but you’re not sure how to recreate what you see. What do you do?
Amazon.com! That’s your new handyman. At least for your wedding as they have launched a new page tailored toward unique wedding day décor. Card boxes range from rustic to Tiffany boxes willing to satisfy any kind of wedding theme. If you can think of a category that your wedding needs decorations for, Amazon has you covered.
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You found the perfect partner, selected the ideal spot to say “I do” in front of friends and family, and have picked the right wedding venue in Bucks County to celebrate with all those closest to you. You have all the most important pieces covered so you feel great but what might be missing that can make any minor hiccup go away? A kit with survival tools for minor instances. From experience, here’s what we recommend you bring in your Wedding Day Survival Kit.
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The Warrington Country Club used to be known for its golf course. It also was known for its traditional ballrooms hosting all kinds of family events. It’s now run by a family who is dedicated to uniting other families through weddings with our grand new ballrooms, exceptional service and exquisite food and beverages.
Over the past five years, the Ford family has owned and operated the Warrington and the efforts of the entire Warrington team has earned six “Couples Choice Awards” from Wedding Wire (already earning the award for 2017) and six “The Best of Weddings” awards from industry leaders The Knot, placing the Warrington in their Hall of Fame Club. How are these awards earned year after year? Dedication to our goals through all facets of the business. Meet our Family:
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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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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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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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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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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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“I promise to make the meatloaf and turkey sandwiches just the way you like it.”
Vow writing can be difficult when struggling with a place to begin, but as you see from the quote above mentioned by a Bride in September here at the Warrington Country Club, speaking about a topic familiar to only the bride, groom, and close friends and family is what vows should be about.
Vows are a great place to share specific attributes you find most unique about your relationship with one another to those closest to you. Many couples will use this time to set the tone for the evening. It is a celebration. This is the time to let everyone know what you will personally be embracing on your wedding day.
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