Summer officially ends in the Northern Hemisphere on August 31st. There are plenty of places to visit and things to do in the Lafayette area that will help you get the most out of these last few summer days. Museums are a wonderful way to spend an afternoon or day. Learning about an area’s history
Appreciation is shown for a variety of reasons. After attending an event and giving a gift is one of the most common reasons thanks are expressed. The tried and true way of offering a thank you is with a handwritten card. The card is usually delivered via mail or can be hand delivered as well.
It is estimated that about 40% of all married couples live together before tying the knot. That means that when the church ceremony is done, all the guests have left the wedding reception venue, and the literal honeymoon is over, 60% of couples will be combining two households into one. What’s the best way to
Toasts have been part of the wedding reception since the 17th century. Duties of the Maid of Honor and Best Man include raising a glass and saying a few words that will hopefully raise the spirits of all attending the festivities at the wedding venue. Traditionally the Father of the Bride and the Groom also
When planning a Summer wedding in Louisiana, cocktails are a central consideration. When searching for a reception venue, you’ll want to be certain that your bartender has adequate space to create tried and true, and even new fun drinks for you and your guests. Summertime heat calls for refreshing cocktails that can be made by
Businesses have long histories of hosting special meetings to increase sales, reward employees, and convey information to potential clients in interesting and inviting ways. The special event venue and the theme of the overall gathering are important to the success of the affair. Deciding on a theme can be a process that takes a few hours
While a father’s role in planning the wedding may not be that of his wife, he plays a big role in the wedding. Traditionally, the Father of the Bride is responsible for walking his daughter down the aisle and the very familiar father-daughter dance at the reception venue, after which he leads her to her husband to celebrate