Sunday, August 23, 2009

Ceremony & Reception Venue
Kayla & Matthew Fall Wedding

Fall...season of the year with warm and bold colors. Orange, yellow, red, burgundy, brown, and other rich harvesting colors. You would love your wedding details that come with interesting texture and rich in colors.

First, think of a place where you and your fiance may exchange vows in front of the natural scene of harvesting season - giving an earthy touch to your wedding. There are a few options where you can choose from, depending on you and your fiance's lifestyle and preference.

What kind of setting appealing to both of you the most? What ambience you want to incorporate into your wedding? Is it an intimate or formal event?
  • If your family has a farm/orchard available for your wedding date, why not having an intimate family and friends gathering in this private estate? If you have out-of-town guests, you can even organize a day trip at the orchard for the current fruits picking season before your wedding day. That is a good ice-breaking idea for family members and friends from both bride's and groom's sides who might not know each other.
  • Secondly, what about a private backyard celebration at your grandparents' house? I am sure they will be very happy to have you there and that could be the something old and something borrowed for your wedding.
  • Finally, if you and your fiance are wine lover, the first choice you will think of is the vineyard wedding. Never worried of running out of good wines for your celebration!
Vineyard wedding sounds interesting.
Let us draft a festive vineyard wedding for Kayla and Matthew* from West Des Moines, IA! Today is 8/23/09. It is about 14 months away from their wedding day. Perfect timing for the planning!

Wedding date: October 20, 2010
Ceremony and Reception: White Oak Vineyards Iowa
Theme colors: Orange, Red, & Green
Number of guests: 150


White Oak Vineyards Iowa (WOVI)

WOVI is located 15 minutes from Des Moines and Ames; and 20 minutes from the west side of Des Moines. Nestled in the White Oak Creek Valley and surrounded by acres of vines, their winery provides a unique setting for Kayla and Matthew's special day. It has a banquet facility that holds 300 people and a tasting room that will hold around 75 people. Either room would work for ceremony and reception. Besides that, they also have a gazebo on the grounds that is available for outdoor weddings.

Congratulations on your engagement, Kayla and Matthew*!
I look forward to planning your fall wedding!
More wedding details coming up next, stay tune.

*For a more personal approach, we made up a plan for our imaginary couple who will be walking down the aisle in October 20th, 2010.

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