Reception 101

Wedding Party on the Polaris of the Lake Geneva Cruise Line

Lake Geneva Wedding Venue Spotlight – Lake Geneva Cruise Line


Lake Geneva Cruise Line is the ideal wedding vendor for Wisconsin lake lovers.

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Delafield Wedding Venue Spotlight: The Delafield Hotel


Celebrate your big day in small town Wisconsin at the Delafield Hotel.

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Reception Sites 101: Ballrooms


A ballroom is a classic choice for a reception, offering old-world sophistication and (most times) the convenience of an all-inclusive experience.

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Reception Sites 101: Downtown Milwaukee


In search of a unique wedding reception site? Downtown Milwaukee offers the best of all words. Whether vintage or sleek, all-out urban or nature-loving, there’s something for everyone. Plus, you...

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Reception Sites 101: Lake Geneva


If you’re looking to get away from the city on your wedding day, drive just about an hour south-west to Lake Geneva. The region boasts the ambiance of a bygone...

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Reception Sites 101: Historic & Unique


No bride dreams of a cookie cutter wedding; you want your day to be totally unique and unforgettably you. Of course, you’ll include plenty of personal details and might even...

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Reception Sites 101: Budget-Friendly Venues


  Want a wedding reception that’s both budget-friendly and fabulous? We’re here to help! It’s entirely possible to keep costs down while not sacrificing on style – you just have...

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Reception Sites 101: Country and Private Clubs


With all the timeless tradition of a ballroom and natural beauty of a tented outdoor wedding, country and private clubs offer the best of both worlds. Most can accommodate small...

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Reception Sites 101: The Blank Canvas


If you’re the type of bride who insists on free reign from the catering to the decorating, then what you need is a venue that’s a blank canvas. You can...

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Reception Sites 101: Outdoor & Tents


If you’re planning a Wisconsin wedding, the great outdoors might be the perfect option. Outdoor ceremonies and receptions are largely limited to late spring, summer, and early fall — and...

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