He finally asks you to get married and gives you a ring.
You are now engaged to be married. It’s party time.
Traditionally, the parents of the bride host the engagement party. Today, anyone close to the couple can plan an engagement party. The bride and groom can host it themselves, or a friend or other family member can undertake the hosting duties
An engagement party is the start of the wedding festivities before that special day takes place.
There is no right or wrong way to plan an engagement party. It can be formal or informal, large or intimate, in an event venue or in your home. The most important part is that it should be fun for the bride and groom. You should remember that this is not a wedding.
You can use an engagement party to invite people that will not invite to your wedding, newer friends, colleagues and friends of your parents. Great way to keep your wedding list down and stay within your budget.
Points To Consider in Planning Your Engagement Party
- Who will host the event?
When are you going to hold the event?
Who is going to be invited?
What to do about gifts?
Where will the party be held?
What about invitations?
Will there be entertainment?
What type of food will you serve?
The Avenue Banquet Hall is an event venue in Toronto which has hosted numerous engagement parties. It is a single event venue which can accommodate up to 400 people. The venue has in house catering and can design custom food menus to fit your budget and your taste. The Avenue offers a large number of decor incentives.
The Boulevardroom is a small event venue in Toronto which has hosted engagement parties from 50 people to 100 people. It is also a single event venue.