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You asked for a picture of the gazebo decorated and I'm sorry it's taken me so long.  We didn't pay for the extra decoration package and there was a centerpiece on the table, chair sashes, and flower petals as you can see.  If you haven't seen it, the aisle down to the gazebo is really long and there is a step up over this little bridge and then a stop down into the gazebo, so an aisle runner isn't really necessary.

 

Sorry if the pictures are really big  - I was having some technical difficulties!

 

 

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Also, for those of you debating the open bar, we didn't get it and not one person asked for a drink other than what was served and we had an unbelievable time!  My husband was concerned about not having the open bar but there was really no need.  The wedding package includes wine, beer, and champagne which was more than enough. 

 

If anyone needs to see pictures of anything else I can try to find one.  We used Photosouvenir and absolutely loved them!

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You asked for a picture of the gazebo decorated and I'm sorry it's taken me so long.  We didn't pay for the extra decoration package and there was a centerpiece on the table, chair sashes, and flower petals as you can see.  If you haven't seen it, the aisle down to the gazebo is really long and there is a step up over this little bridge and then a stop down into the gazebo, so an aisle runner isn't really necessary.

 

Sorry if the pictures are really big  - I was having some technical difficulties!

 

 

Renaud-131.jpg

 

Renaud-91.jpg

 

Also, for those of you debating the open bar, we didn't get it and not one person asked for a drink other than what was served and we had an unbelievable time!  My husband was concerned about not having the open bar but there was really no need.  The wedding package includes wine, beer, and champagne which was more than enough. 

 

If anyone needs to see pictures of anything else I can try to find one.  We used Photosouvenir and absolutely loved them!

 

 

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OOPS!  I meant to say very pretty!  I thought for sure you'd have to pay extra for sashes and petals. 


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You asked for a picture of the gazebo decorated and I'm sorry it's taken me so long.  We didn't pay for the extra decoration package and there was a centerpiece on the table, chair sashes, and flower petals as you can see.  If you haven't seen it, the aisle down to the gazebo is really long and there is a step up over this little bridge and then a stop down into the gazebo, so an aisle runner isn't really necessary.

 

Sorry if the pictures are really big  - I was having some technical difficulties!

 

 

Renaud-131.jpg

 

Renaud-91.jpg

 

Also, for those of you debating the open bar, we didn't get it and not one person asked for a drink other than what was served and we had an unbelievable time!  My husband was concerned about not having the open bar but there was really no need.  The wedding package includes wine, beer, and champagne which was more than enough. 

 

If anyone needs to see pictures of anything else I can try to find one.  We used Photosouvenir and absolutely loved them!



 



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Hey those pictures are gorgeous! Question about the open bar. I am also concerned about that. We have around 50 people going and so I have rented the Wet bar after our dinner at the steak house. Where was your reception held that the drinks were included? Thanks!

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We have rented the Wet Bar for our reception after dinner at the Steakhouse as well, but we were told it's a $5 per person per hour charge for the beer/wine/champagne.  Would LOVE to know if there's a way around this!

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Hey those pictures are gorgeous! Question about the open bar. I am also concerned about that. We have around 50 people going and so I have rented the Wet bar after our dinner at the steak house. Where was your reception held that the drinks were included? Thanks!

 

 I'm not sure about the price of the open bar except to know that it is really expensive.  We had our reception at the Wet Bar so we paid per person for that and the package included the beer, wine, and champagne.

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