Make Sure You Have Drinks For Everyone
When you plan out your drink menu for the evening, make sure you tabulate how much champagne you need for your toasts separately from your general beverages. Even if you plan to have champagne as an option for guests, you have a set number of bottles that will only be opened when it is time to do your toasts.
Finding The Right Time For Your Wedding Toast
You should make sure your event coordinator is clear on where your toast fits into other reception activities like your first dance, your dinner service, and the serving of your wedding cake. In addition to knowing where the toast fits, you should make sure other activities are on schedule to the best of your ability. If you are running behind before the toast, you may want to graciously mention the time crunch to the people who are speaking.
Your Toast Is Just One Part Of The Wedding Reception Experience
The toasts you hear can be touching, but they are just one of many moments in your wedding reception that you can absolutely love! The reception is your time to interact with your guests, and thank everyone for attending. While it may seem odd to implement so much organization into something that is supposed to be a party, having solid plans for your reception can help you keep matters on course, and enjoy each tradition that you want to take part in on your special day.
Texas Old Town Offers A Wedding Experience Worth Toasting!
Couples who plan weddings at Texas Old Town can be sure to raise a glass in celebration of their experience! We provide beautiful outdoor spaces for ceremonies, and we have accommodating, party-friendly reception areas ready for you to use! Texas Old Town merges the stunning backdrop of Texas Hill Country with fantastic venue support, leading to amazing wedding experiences! For more information, or to schedule a tour of our Kyle, TX venue, call our office today at 512-396-1800 or†complete our online contact form.