Your rehearsal dinner can serve many functions. You can greet your gathering family, offer a nice meal to your wedding party, and invite guests who travel to join you as a way of thanking them for their effort to attend your wedding. Of course, out of all the functions a rehearsal dinner can serve, there is one particularly important aspect of this event - traditionally, it is the last time you and your partner will see each other before your ceremony. After going through the rehearsal, you can enjoy a lovely dining experience by hosting the dinner at Texas Old Town.
Plan A Rehearsal Dinner Experience That Feels Right For You, Not Just One That Feels “Right”
Should you let tradition dictate your rehearsal dinner experience, or try something that feels different? This event is typically more laid back (and more relaxing) than your wedding day. While you can certain host something more formal, you may want to unwind with a more modest gathering before taking on your wedding day.
Make The Most Of Your Last Moments With Your Partner Before Your Wedding Day!
For many couples, the rehearsal dinner is the last chance they have to interact before they part ways. Because of this, you should look at the event as a special moment, one that you want to make the most of. You can certainly incorporate this into your event, but you may prefer to set aside a moment together. Exchanging a small gift, or just planning time to say goodbye before you separate can be meaningful. Even if your separation period is a short one, you may find something rewarding about acknowledging the symbolic importance of your last pre-wedded interaction.
Texas Old Town Offers A Great Setting For Your Rehearsal Dinner
At Texas Old Town, you can enjoy great amenities, and a beautiful setting, for your wedding day. With multiple accommodating venues, and the splendor of Texas Hill Country all around you, it can be easy to put together the Austin wedding experience of your dreams! To plan your tour of our event venue in Kyle, TX, call our office today at 512-396-1800 or complete our online contact form.