Spotlight on Olde Town Club in Marietta, GA

The Square One Band thinks this place is pretty hip! It is spacious enough to have a large wedding with numerous guests, but b/c it has a variety of structures and facilities on the property, an intimate wedding can be held there as well. One of the better venues in the East Cobb area of Greater Atlanta and conveniently located off of I-75. Check them out here.

Square One Celebrates in Savannah

The band recently performed at a beautiful wedding in Savannah: although the forecast called for rain, the sksy miraculously cleared right before the reception, and the crowd was able to enjoy the beautiful evening. I wasn’t able to get many pics, but took a few before the performance…

 

Square One Makes Christmas Time Merry!

The band had a great time last weekend playing an annual Christmas party last weekend in downtown Atlanta. Here are some pics from the event!

A Great Night at Brasstown Valley Resort!

The Square One Band and all those that attended had a great time at a beautiful wedding at the Brasstown Valley Resort in North Ga last weekend. Although it was a bit chilly, that didn’t seem to stop the guests from dancing throughout the evening! The Sunset Pavilion at Brasstown is absolutely beautiful with incredible views, and is a great option for a weddings and other important events. Thanks so much to Photographer Andrea Taylor from Andrea Taylor Studios; She and her husband Rich were all over the event getting great pics, and after watching them in action (especially with their interaction with the crowd),  I would certainly recommend them to anyone looking for a top-notch photographer for their wedding!

 

So Where Do You Want to Get Married??

With so many choices to make when planning a wedding, I believe the biggest one, which needs to be decided first, is where you would like to get married. This might seem like a no-brainer, but in actuality, there is much to be thought about when deciding the specific venue for the big event.  Questions such as the amount of guests you will be inviting, the travel that family members (some perhaps elderly) will have to endure, the hours and availability of the venue, need to be answered. Having played at hundreds of weddings over the last few years, I can tell you that the venue and its staff can make or break the ceremony/reception experience. So before you sign on the dotted line, make sure to have all your questions answered and all potential conflicts worked out.

Here are some great articles that address this very issue, as well as a website which lists several hundred wedding venues in Georgia.

http://myinspiredwedding.com/weekly-wedding-ideas/how-to-decide-where-to-get-married

http://wedding.theknot.com/wedding-planning/wedding-reception-planning/articles/finding-a-wedding-reception-location.aspx?MsdVisit=1

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2012/05/03/wedding-ceremony-how-do-i_n_1475792.html

http://www.elegala.com/go/ideas_advice/for/how-to-find-the-right-wedding-venue/

Wedding Venues:

http://www.weddingwire.com/c/ga-georgia/wedding-venues/11-sca.html

Good luck!