I've been trying to stay true to my New Years resolution.. well at least one of them. I told myself I would try to blog almost every day.
I once heard Jasmine Star say
"Your website is your handshake, and your blog is your voice"
And I love that. I think it's very true. I wanted A website that shows off my work, is clean cut, and my style. I wanted it to have the details and get straight to the point of what people would want to see when searching for a photographer.
This all fine and dandy for the website but not for my blog. I want the blog to show case my work but I want it to be fun and inviting. I want past and future clients to see me and want to hire me not only for my work but the girl behind the lens. I believe photographers and their clients should have a connection, I mean its what I look for when I'm searching for a photographer. So I've been trying to keep in touch with that, and stick to blogging as often as possible, for my clients and for myself.
So now that thats been said, Caluley Square.
Yesterday I mentioned that I was waiting for them to get back to me with the wedding information. I awoke this morning to an email from Brittany who sent over all the information.
There's been a few revisions from the past information they used to have on their page.
For ceremony only:
Sanctuary Garden $900 (2 hr max) - max 150ppl
Bridge Garden $1250 (2 hr max) - max 100ppl
Events or Reception/Ceremony
Fountain Garden $2700 - max 150ppl
The Courtyard Wedding Place $3550 w/ tables - max 250ppl
The Bridge $2100 - max 100ppl
Botanical Garden $3500
If the wedding were to take place there would want the Courtyard just because its our favorite part of Cauley Square.
The Catering has also gone up and changed slightly, but still affordable. There's 3 packages. Each just a few dollars apart $26pp, $33pp, and $41pp. Which is not bad from what I've seen. This also includes cocktail hour (1-3 different hors d'oeuvres), salad, backed rolls, entree with 2-3 sides (depending on the package), Beverage station (teas,water,sodas,coffee etc), shafting dishes, plates (entre,salad,cake), silverware, napkins, glassware, tea and coffee cups.