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The Ultimate Wedding Ceremony Checklist . . You won’t forget ANYTHING with this comprehensive checklist!   Keep this valuable checklist in your wedding binder, check off items and tasks as you've completed them or omit items you don't want to include. Created by our wedding pros as a helpful tool to minimize the stress brides often feel when planning their wedding because they didn't have a thorough checklist for their ceremony. You're guaranteed to eliminate hours of stress trying to remember every little detail for your ceremony, as well as improving the quality of your ceremony...

With springtime in the air, we at the Bella Sera thought that it would be fun to share a springtime cocktail that is the epitome of all things spring!  In the spirit of springtime, we wanted to share one of our favorite Cocktail recipes with you! Springtime Signature Cocktail for your Wedding Originally named, The Garden Party cocktail this is a refreshing drink that we've conveniently called our "We're Mint to Be" cocktail. 4-5 fresh mint leaves ½ oz. fresh lime juice ¼ oz. simple syrup (1:1) 1½ oz. green Chartreuse 2½ oz. club soda Tools: muddler, shaker,...

Creating a slideshow for your wedding is still one of the most memorable moments of your reception! Planning on your reception being memorable and special? Of course you are!  But, the details and planning of how the guests will experience it brings up many questions and is vital to the overall success of the day. If they arrive before cocktail hour, what will they do?  What will they do during the down time before the arrival of the wedding party? How can you share memories of yourselves with new family...

Colored lighting in your wedding reception is a versatile tool that can be used creatively to enhance the ambiance, evoke emotions, and transform the atmosphere of any room or space. There is no doubt that colored lighting enhances your wedding reception ambiance, and we'll share why below. Choosing colors is always a fun step in planning your wedding, but deciding how that will look in the final product can be intimidating. Before incorporate lighting, determine if your tables will have a bold linen color or be more neutral in tone, what...

♥ Setting your wedding budget takes much more thought than just coming up with a total number. Where you spend your money all depends on what is most important to you, and what you value most. If you’ve never planned an event or celebration like this before, it’s best to think about the END RESULT or the outcome you want first. What do you want the outcome to be, the celebration to feel like and look like, and your guests to say at the end of the night?   In order to figure...

  Prepare and practice what you want to say to the couple and their guests You don’t have to be a pro to write or give a wedding speech, just have a plan, and execute it. There’s nothing like standing up in front of 150 of your friend’s or sibling’s favorite people to make you nervous; add in a few drinks, and lots of emotions to the mix, and that’s a recipe for disaster if you’re not prepared. Use note cards to guide you, and prepare a beginning (introduction), middle, and end...

Everyone Wants to Have a Fun Wedding Having fun doesn't mean it has to be a drunk fest or everyone getting out of hand at your wedding. However, fun doesn't just magically happen because you hire a DJ either. Here are some tried and true ways The Bella Sera Event Center has helped our couples create fun elements throughout their celebrations. 1) Put yourself in your guests shoes.  Wedding celebrations run for many hours; think about what you yourself think is fun to do. What does it take to create the type of fun...

It’s the lasts that you long for, and remember…The Last Dance The anticipation and expectation of events for your wedding, and all that will happen that evening, is something only the bride and groom really understand. There is so much focus on choosing the perfect music for your wedding from the first dance, to the father daughter dance, mother son dance and the "party" music. However, couples seldom think about the evening coming to an end, and what about a "last dance"? What song should be chosen for the last dance? Will...

"Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a silver sixpence in her shoe!" This Old English rhyme is a wedding day tradition dating all the way back to the early 1800’s. Each item in this rhyme represents a token of luck for the bride to be, all of which are personal mementos with close ties to the bride’s heart. A special piece of borrowed jewelry, a locket with an old photo, a new pair of shoes, the possibilities are endless. Picking out these wedding day accessories is a...

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