June 2, 2017

A fun new trend in reception seating is to go away from the traditional table numbers and instead give your tables names. Some ideas for table names could be countries you have visited or want to visit, favorite restaurants, local bars or clubs you have frequented, favorite books or novels, super heroes, sports teams, names of cocktails, or pretty much anything you can imagine. You can also let the idea spill over into the...

Looking for an Alumni Wedding? State College welcomes all Penn Staters for a very special wedding day.

The ultimate wedding reception venue for fans is Beaver Stadium. Three rooms in the stadium can be rented: Mt. Nittany Club holds up to 220 guests, the President’s Suite & Lounge holds up to 100 guests and the Recruit’s Lounge holds up to 150 guests.

Is the stadium out of your budget, but you still want a Stadium e...

Towards the end of your wedding planning, one of the more important and more complicated things you’ll need to do is create a layout and seating chart for your reception. The layout refers to where the various things/people that make your reception happen are placed and the seating chart refers to what people you have sit at which tables during the reception meal, and where those tables are located.

Many times, the venue or...


If you will be having children at your wedding, even if it is just a flower girl and/or ring bearer, set aside a spot just for them with coloring books, puzzles, or games so they can entertain themselves during your reception. Even if kids love to dance and interact, your reception is a long time for kids to stay focused on one activity. Plus, their parents are going to want to have some fun, not babysit all night. Having...

 Many couples often wonder when is the best time to do toasts during your reception. Sometimes the thought is that you'd want to do the toasts after dinner, before the cake cutting, or after the dances because everyone is settled in and cozy, but the actual best time to do your toasts is right before dinner is served. At this point, people are at their seats, you have either just been introduced, or just completed your firs...

Your wedding reception venue is one of the first things you want to figure out after selecting your wedding date.But what exactly should you be looking for in selecting a venue? There are actually a lot of factors you can look at, and it all boils down to what you want and envision for your wedding. Here are some things to consider:


1. Indoor or outdoor?
    Our area is known for amazing outdoor views and experiences, and...

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