Venues that Change Your Event into an Experience
Imagine, it’s the day of the wedding and you take your seat at your reception table. Looking around you see all of the major components of wedding. There is of course a bride and groom, floral arrangements, a beautiful cake, a band, and a tank full of sharks. Wait, a tank full of sharks? Since when has that become a part of a wedding?
Planned to Perfection has noticed a great trend popping up in the event planning realm. We found that a lot of clients are looking to take their event from ordinary to extraordinary by hosting them at exotic and entertaining venues. Some venues that we have noticed to fit into this category of extraordinary venues are the Mystic Aquarium located in Mystic, Connecticut, the New Bedford Whaling Museum located in New Bedford, Massachusetts, the Roger Williams Park Botanical Gardens located in Cranston, RI, Jonathon Edwards Winery & Vineyard located in North Stonington, Connecticut, and lastly Sakonnet Vineyards located in Little Compton, RI.
The Mystic Aquarium has truly transformed from one of the finest aquariums in New England into a full functioning event space. Imagine getting married with thousand gallon fish tanks a your backdrop, a naturally beautiful landscape for any event or wedding. The Mystic Aquarium takes pride in working with Ocean Blue Catering to provide an excellent meal that correlates to the amazing surroundings of the aquarium itself. The most unique characteristic this venue has is the amazing sea creatures that always try to make an appearance at your event.
Moving onto another extraordinary venue we have the New Bedford Whaling Museum. This museum has eight different galleries and rooms to choose to hold your event in. Each of the rooms represents a different part of whaling history. You could sit below the skeleton of a whale or be surrounded by various whaling artifacts, either way this venue definitely provides guests with much more than an ordinary reception.
Another venue that does just that is the Roger Williams Botanical Gardens, Jonathon Edwards Vineyards, and Sakonnet Vineyards. These three venues don’t necessarily have rich history or sea creatures but they still fall in the extraordinary venue category for one main reason, which is landscape and atmosphere. These venues are equipped with gorgeous floral landscapes and lush vineyards that would make the backdrop for any event go from average to amazing. Guests have the opportunity to educate themselves on wine and grape growing as well as educate themselves on different flower species in the botanical gardens.
One common characteristic that all of these venues have is the “Wow” factor. Each one of these places takes an event and transforms it into an experience that you, as the guest, are sure not to forget.
So, when you’re planning your next function keep in mind these unique venues and how they can change your event from ordinary to extraordinary.