Friday, April 13, 2012

Harmony Gardens is Unique

Harmony Gardens is a very unique venue.  There are not many private gardens of this size that are also full service wedding venues.  There are public gardens in which you can do weddings and there are wedding halls that have small gardens attached, but not many full blown "Garden Venues".  What does that mean?

Well, some of the differences between a banquet hall and Harmony Gardens are:
-We are all outdoors with several "venues" within a venue for ceremony, dining, dancing to be separate but still connected.  In other words everything flows and you have a lot of variation to your event rather than everything taking place in the same room or having to travel between two locations.
- Our gardens are very elaborate.  The gardens are our focus.  We have landscapers that work year round, designing, providing upkeep, etc. so that when your wedding comes around, the gardens look spectacular.
- We have a lot of flexibility in accommodating themes.  Each wedding looks different!

Some of the differences between a public garden and Harmony Gardens are:
-It is private.  You don't have to worry about sight seers "crashing" your party.
-You can have dinner and alcohol, be here into the night, and your DJ can play music that you can dance to!
-Our gardens are designed with weddings in mind and so each area accommodates the specific features of a wedding.
-We have everything in house.  Renting an off-site pavilion/tent alone can be an ordeal.  Most public gardens don't have those on site.  We have everything from pavilions, tents, tables, chairs, and linens to a photobooth right here!  Easier and less stressful for you!!

Some other unique differences:
-We only do one wedding per day.  This gives you plenty of time to get ready and not feel rushed.
-You have a wedding planner available to discuss ideas, give feedback, and help throughout the process.
-You can dance under the stars, with twinkle lights twinkling and torches blazing!!  How awesome is that!

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