Plymouth Country Club is looking forward to hosting it's 2nd annual "Jingle Ball" this December 8th. Last year's event was a huge success and we are looking forward to a repeat this year!
Selecting vendors for any kind of event can be stressful. The market is flooded with professionals of all kinds and with easy access to social media marketing, just about anyone can call themselves an 'event professional' these days.
Most people don't even consider 'dress code' these days as there aren't many places left with one. Casual wear has taken on a complete new meaning, it seems. How many times have you been running errands and seen someone wearing pajama pants and slippers? More times than you would like to admit, I am sure. I like my loungewear as much as the next gal, but I do yearn for the days when people dressed up. I mean, put together, shoes and bag matching DRESSED.
You think that membership at a private Golf Club is out of reach? Think again! Plymouth Country Club offers a plethora of membership options...there is definitely one to fit your needs!
Some say Fall in New England is the best season there is...and I am inclined to agree! The change in temperature and humidity, the crisp air and sunshine, and the colors that start to pop all add up to 'picture perfect'.
How you and your guests arrive and depart from your wedding or special event is often something that is easily looked over. Once they do get there, where will they park? Not something you considered...is it? Well it may not be a small detail, but it certainly does matter! In today's blog post I will address the logistics of transportation and parking for weddings and special events.
So many couples tell me they can't wait to be on the honeymoon after their wedding. I think the family dynamics, stress and hectic schedule involved with planning a wedding really wears on a couple and the best part of the whole experience is relaxing on a trip together.
You may not consider the bar at your event to be a 'small detail' and you would be correct! What you might not realize are the little ways you can make the bar at your next event unique and memorable.
When it comes to an important day like your wedding, you want to be sure that everything goes as smoothly as possible. Couples plan their wedding day with meticulous attention to details...who is the caterer? Where is the ceremony being held? What time will the photographer arrive? These questions and countless more are put in front of everyone planning a wedding.