Hosting a party requires a lot of decision making, from where the party is held to what kind of hot, savory gravy goes in the piñata. Call in the professionals with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $550 for a simple wedding ceremony for up to 100 guests (a $1,200 value)
- $4,100 for the Full Sha-Bang wedding service for up to 100 guests (an $8,200 value)
The Victorian House's wedding-planning services cover almost every base. The simple wedding ceremony includes a coordinator to make sure the ceremony goes smoothly, an hour of dressing and rehearsal time, and an hour for the ceremony itself. It all takes place in a decorated chapel or gazebo with candelabras and music, and the bride and groom each receive separate cottages to prepare.
The Full Sha-Bang service builds on the simple version; the coordinator stays to help with a reception, and the wedding party gets to use the Victorian House itself for their services. Nonalcoholic beverages, including coffee, tea, and punch, are self-served, and the kitchen bakes cakes and provides chocolate fountains for dipping and the silverware and tables for a reception. A dinner buffet of barbecue, Italian, or Mexican food—among other types of food—is prepared, and a professional wait staff is on hand to help out. Even the ring-bearer pillow and flower-girl basket are taken care of, and an audio-visual setup can display a DVD or slideshow.
The Victorian House
Everything that needs to be said about The Victorian House is in its name. The home exudes the elegance of the bygone era, with its steeple-roof chapel, historic architecture, and expansive lawns. It's frequently the host of weddings both simple and extravagant; besides the chapel, there's a vast reception room for post-ceremony parties, and an outdoor gazebo features prominently in many of the wedding parties' pictures. Private dressing cottages hide the bride from the groom as they prepare for the ceremony; the bride donning her dress, the groom fixing his tie, and the priest preparing his t-shirt launcher. The chapel, where most ceremonies take place, boasts three large arched windows behind the altar where light filters into the room, and large candelabras fill the area with dim, intimate light.