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Outdoor Ceremony Location #1, On the Pond
Outdoor Ceremony Location #2, Above the Pond
Outdoor Ceremony Location #3, Front Lawn
Below are examples of buffets located in the upstairs area.
For extra floor space in the upstairs area – especially for larger guests counts – the buffet can be moved closer to, or inside of, the Catering Bay.
Below are examples of buffets located on the Staircase Landing.
Below are examples of buffets located in front of the Beer Garden doors.
Tip: To avoid long and slow buffet lines, have your DJ announce which table numbers should go through the buffet, one or two tables at a time.
DJs, Bands, Dancing
Below are examples of DJs in the various corners. If you choose a corner location, please prepare your DJ to work in a small space, especially if your head table and/or guest count is larger.
Below are examples of DJs on the Staircase Landing.
Below are examples of bands. Multi-person bands and DJ light-displays take up the most space. For multi-person bands, your floor plan will likely need to be built around their space needs and set-up time.
The dance floor is usually created after dinner by removing a set number of tables and chairs from the building.
Here are bar set-ups near the Beer Garden. You can block the center of the door if the Beer Garden will be used as bartender-only space. Or, leave most of the door unblocked to keep the Beer Garden as a social area (or, move the bar outside into the Beer Garden).
Keeping the bar outside is recommended for large guest counts. The first outside bar location is in the Beer Garden.
The second outside bar location is pictured below, under the roof the Banquet Room Awning.