Engagement Party Venues Myrtle Beach SC

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Coastal Weddings and Events
(843) 236-0239
308 Wood Duck Lane
Myrtle Beach, SC
FGM Meeting Services
(843) 504-4487
154 Gardner Lacy Road
Myrtle Beach, SC
Gigi Noelle Events
(973) 801-8457
Canvasback Trail
Myrtle Beach, SC
OnTheMark Events
(843) 947-0800
PO Box 1887
Murrells Inlet, SC
Something Sublime Weddings
(843) 450-3844
4232 sunset dr.
Conway, SC
Premiere Event & Party Planning
(843) 267-4464
3583 Myrtle Pointe Drive
Myrtle Beach, SC
Memorable Moments Event Planning
(843) 450-9936
116 Governors Loop
Myrtle Beach, SC
Events on the Half Shell
(843) 357-2991
598 Wm. Dallas Avenue
Murrells Inlet, SC
I Do For You Party and Event Planning
(843) 450-3844
Conway, SC
Avista Resort
(843) 249-2521
300 North Ocean Blvd.
North Myrtle Beach, SC

Planning an Engagement Party - Bridal Showers

An engagement party is the first pre-wedding event to celebrate your new relationship status. If you’ve yet to announce the wedding planning news to family and friends, it’s also the perfect place to tell everyone for the first time, at the same time. Whether you’re throwing the shindig on your own or leaving the work to someone else, here are suggestions for planning an engagement party.

Who to invite
Your engagement party invite list should include family, close friends and those you plan to include in the wedding party. Ideally, anyone invited to the wedding should also be invited to the engagement party. However, it’s OK keep the guest list small and intimate if you so choose.

When to have your engagement party
You should schedule your engagement party somewhat soon after the proposal—especially if you’re wedding planning for a short engagement. Whatever date you set, allow enough time for those who may be traveling in for the event.
How to invite (styles of invitations)
The style of invitations used for your engagement party should reflect the type of party you’re planning. For instance, a backyard bar-b-cue is less stuffy and formal, so sending an Evite is a perfectly acceptable option. But if you’ve got your heart set on a cocktail party in a hotel ballroom, elegant paper invitations are the way to go.
What to serve
No matter if it's passed hors d'oeuvres or burgers and brats on the grill, your menu should reflect not only the ton...

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