The best way to get a feel for the right venue is to actually “feel” it. Open houses make it easier to imagine yourself and your wedding at a given location. A recent open house at the Agave in Katy, Texas provided guests with a number of table designs, food presentations, and ceremonial locations on site.
Bridal Extravaganza Show brides are often overwhelmed with information. Vendor’s pamphlets, brochures, program book ads often provide dates for an “Open House.” But don’t confuse venue open houses with touring a town home. When it comes to wedding venues, seeing is believing.
Without having to leave a lot to the imagination, an open house is an opportunity for brides, planners, and family to see what a wedding really looks like in a given location. Ceremony and reception facilities stage a party, and host guests with decorations and food, table settings and lighting to shine in splendid detail.
Photographers, videographers, caterers, cake bakers and florists show off their work, and of course DJ’s rock the house. The facilities are set during the open house as if a wedding were actually taking place. This is a great way for brides to better visualize the special day.
Don’t throw those brochures away!