Enfield Reception Halls

in Enfield, CT

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Questions to Ask When Choosing a Wedding Reception Hall

The reception hall is one of the first things that you should reserve for your wedding. Use the tips included here to assist with your decision.

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Cake Decorating, Catering, Reception Halls, Wedding Planning

Couples from all over the country are placing orders for fake styrofoam cakes, which are decorated with real icing and can run as little as $100.

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Calligraphy, Photography, Printing - Invitations, Reception Halls, Rentals - Parties, Wedding Planning

Many couples view their wedding day as an opportunity to showcase each other and that means the groom get more input when it comes to decision making.

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Costume Rental, Entertainment/Parties, Reception Halls, Rentals - Parties, Wedding Planning

Tables and chairs are easy decisions. For other party rentals, make sure they fit your audience. A bounce house may be too much for very young children and boring for those approaching their teenage years. A karaoke set-up may be great for all ages.

All Reception Halls in Enfield, CT

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Jerry's Catering

40 Wilson St.
Hartford

Katering by Karen LLC

70 Lakeside Drive,
Granby

Kokopelli School of Music and Art

30D Progress Ave
Seymour

Powerstation LLC

1463 Highland Ave
Cheshire

Tiffany Juliet House

PO Box 1025
Glastonbury

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