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#11 kmsander04

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    Posted 29 August 2008 - 07:08 AM

    Our reception is at the Indian River Shores Town Hall. the actual reception will be outside under the trees, but if it rains, the inside area will set set up. The hall also has a pretty big back porch so that's where the wedding party would actually stand for the ceremony and then the guests would probably just sit at their tables. Not what I've envisioned, but it'll work if it ends up raining.

    #12 ~Jamie~

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      Posted 29 August 2008 - 08:11 AM

      Thanks! I might have to go check it out. What are the prices and stuff like? Is it big enough for about 70 people?

      #13 kmsander04

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        Posted 30 August 2008 - 09:24 AM

        Hmmm, I think 70 people might be pushing it for the inside area. The contact person at Indian River Shores is Laura Aldrich. I forget her email offhand, but if you google Indian River Shores Town Hall, you'll find her under town clerk. The have a limited amount of tables and chairs that you can use inside. Unfortunately since we're planning on having everything outside we're bringing everything in from a rental company, but at least I won't have to worry about setting everything up and taking it down. Hope this helps! If you want to see pictures of the place email me at kmsander04 at yahoo dot com.

        #14 Designs by Cornelia

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          Posted 30 August 2008 - 10:51 AM

          Hello, I am a wedding planner with Designs by Cornelia Weddings & Events and I recently planned a beautiful reception at the Vero Beach Heritage Center. You can comfortably seat 150 people there and all tables and chairs are included; there is a great caterer's kitchen; it has great lighting to set the atmosphere for a romantic evening; there are spotlights to use on your head tables and their are beautiful french doors for both entrances into the facility. The price is also very affordable.
          Arlene Blake, Professional Bridal Consultant

          #15 mpajkos

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            Posted 30 August 2008 - 01:06 PM

            did you check into Atlas party rental? I'm not sure their prices but I see their trucks all around here in Boynton Beach.

            #16 ~Jamie~

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              Posted 30 August 2008 - 03:49 PM

              I went to the Indian River Shores Town Hall yesterday. I'm so excited to finally have a rain plan! It was beautiful there. Thanks for posting about it. The only bad thing was how small the dance floor was.. Otherwise, I am very happy with it. And its pretty close, like you said, to Treasure Shores Beach, where our ceremony is supposed to be.
              I also looked up the heritage center online. It looks beautiful, also. I'll probably go check it out next week. Thanks for the ideas!
              I am hoping and praying for no rain, of course, so that our original outdoor ceremony and reception can go as planned!

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