While a heartfelt message from each of your guests is greatly appreciated, over the years that book is tucked away and doesn’t get the publicity it deserves. Here are some ideas that wont be a disappointment on the big day!
Displaying a globe that guests could sign! This is a great reusable home décor piece while also serving as an inspirational piece for the newlyweds to travel.
Wine-not have your guests sign corks and place them in a shadow box? This would look great in your home after the wedding!
Tipping can be tricky business, so we put together a cheat sheet for you to follow on the big night. I recommend having all your tips in envelopes already put together. You don't want to be tipping tipsy. The tipping falls on the duty of either the father of the bride, the best man or the wedding planner. Give your pre-planned tips to one of these before the beginning of the ceremony.
Wedding planners usually do not expect anything. However, if yours did a great job you can always offer a token of your appreciation.
In order to get the best deal possible, reserve a room block for your corporate or special event group. A room block refers to (10) rooms or more. You can either charge all the rooms to a master account or have your guests provide their credit card upon check in for room payment or incidentals only.
If you decide to pay for your guest’s rooms, we recommend having them provide a credit card upon arrival for any room charges or incidentals. Although you want to pay for their room, you might not want to end up paying for breakfast, lunch...