Popcorn Bar

FAE Clerey

Who said popcorn is just for the movies?

Forget cupcakes and sweet bars, it’s all about popcorn.

The flavours, colours and packaging is completely down to you!

Be creative, use themes and most importantly, enjoy creating your very own wedding popcorn bar…



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Good Libations for your Wedding Celebration!

Mak Rabbitt Photography

Summer is upon us and the wedding season is in full swing here in Ohio.  Looking back at the many weddings Mak Rabbitt Photography has completed over the years, some of our favorite touches our clients have added to their special day include custom cocktails.  These usually consist of the favorite drink of the bride and groom, but can also be something that matches the theme of the wedding or the wedding colors.

This is what Deanna and Tad did for their recent nautical themed wedding on Shores of Lake Erie.  Theses were simply delicious!

Deanna & Tad-3897Here are some ideas to help you plan your drink menu for your upcoming wedding or event.  Some of these look so yummy, you may want to give these a try for your next summer party or cook out.  These 36 mouth watering drinks are sure to get the party started right! Click on the image…

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Tips on how to make your Guests Happy at your wedding

Serenity Event Services

Welcome to another installation of Serenity Events tips on how to make sure your guests have a great time at your wedding. One of the most wonderful things about being wedding planner is having the chance to give your clients–and their guests--the experience of a lifetime.  As always, I would love to read your tips below!

Layer The Evening: Whether it’s a change of lighting, a bridal party dance mob or having food or drinks delivered in a dramatic way, it is nice to offer a change of scenery during events. There’s something really wonderful about seeing guests react to unexpected moments and it brings even more excitement to the evening as many wonder, “what’s next?”

Be Courteous To Your Guests: Gigantic centerpieces may look wonderful from afar, but guests won’t appreciate not seeing who is sitting across from them at the table. Music is also something to consider. If it’s too loud, you’ll frustrate your…

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