December 1, 2016
Hi there! We have a brand new Event Center about to open at Lang's Bowlarama! We just had 2 weddings here this past summer and both were so much FUN! The couples had a sit down plated meal followed by bowling! If you don't want to bowl, we have a beautiful Event Center, completely renovated that can accommodate up to 125! I am confident we can come up with a menu to accommodate your budget!
An easy way to save would be on the centerpieces! Just use sand and shells! Luaus are all about the food. If you wanted the kalua pig without buying a whole pig, you can always use pork roast, heavily salt it, wrap it in foil and put it in the oven. After and couple hours shred it and it's ready to go! Hope this helps!
Dr. Shapiro is correct. You need to prioritize. When you have a limited budget, you need to remember that creating a theme will eat up lots of your budget. If design & decor are the most important factors to you, then by all means go with your theme. If food is important, remember to save enough money to feed your guests - (unless you believe Hawaiian shirts and a floral lei are more important than the food). That decision is completely yours to make... but start wtih your most important expense... venue (maybe) since you can't have a wedding without a place, food (if you expect people to stay more than 3 hours you'll need to feed them), service staff (you probably do not want to be moving tables and emptying garbage in your wedding dress)... then see how much you have left for decor, music, pictures, ...and that wedding dress we mentioned earlier.
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