KHE Wedding Blog
|Posted by orlandoactorsstudio on July 31, 2013 at 9:00 PM||comments (0)|
KHE is proud to announce a new service:
Live streaming of your wedding around the world! Due to popular demand, many brides have asked us to add this service. What did they list as their primary reason for wanting to live-stream their weddings?
#1: To include important guests who are unable to participate in person
A wedding is a once in a lifetime celebration of the commitment between a couple. Ideally all of those who are closest to you can participate, to share in the joy, and to form a strong network to support that commitment always. But sometimes, a family member or close friend is simply unable to participate in person. Perhaps the travel is too far. Perhaps they are elderly or ill, and not healthy enough to attend. Perhaps they are deployed overseas. With live streaming, all of those whom you love can participate.
#2: To hold the wedding at a venue which has great meaning for the couple
Some couples place special significance on a certain venue, whether a family home, or the mountain top where they first fell in love. However, if you need to invite all your friends and family to the wedding, such venues may not be practical. So instead, couples tend to sacrifice their significant venues in order to have a place which can accommodate all their guests. With live streaming, you can choose to have both! You can stream your wedding live from virtually anywhere, and all of those who are important to you can participate. And you can still be married in a venue that you will remember your entire lives.
#3: To manage the overall budget
Wedding venues can charge $50, $100, or even more per guest. Especially if you are having receptions, dinners, or other events along with the wedding. If you have a decent number of friends and family, the costs can quickly shoot up! $10,000 … $20,000 … and even higher. This is the traditional model. And bear in mind that some of your guests may also have to purchase air travel and hotels, just to attend. With streaming, you have the option to limit your “in-person” guests to immediate family and a few very close friends, and to invite everyone else to participate live online. The money you save could easily go for a down payment on a new home, for a new car, or for an around-the-world honeymoon!
#4: To avoid limiting your invitation list
Most weddings must limit their invitation lists either because of the limited capacity of their venues, or because of their budgetary limitations, or both. These days, some folks have hundreds of immediate friends (and even more facebook friends) who would probably love to be a part of your special day. With live streaming, you can invite EVERYBODY on your list. (Better expand your gift registry first!)
Let us make your wedding day special for you and those who cannot attend.
|Posted by orlandoactorsstudio on March 16, 2012 at 5:30 PM||comments (0)|
We just got back from a tasting offered to us by Melissa Rolander of "TOOJAY'S". I have to say that I have eaten a lot of catered wedding food and most has not been very good, and portion sizes were very small. To my surprise this is not the case with TOOJAY'S.
The food was delicious, portion sizes were more than enough, and the pricing is very affordable. They have a wide variety of dishes including traditional Jewish holiday meals.
They cater Weddings, Bar & Bat Mitzvahs, Corporate Events, and Parties. For more information you can contact Melissa Rolander at 407-429-9577, email@example.com