Dublin Engagement Propose a the Page House


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THE SWEETHEART  PROPOSAL PACKAGE CHOOSE AN OUTDOOR OR INDOOR LOCATION TO POP THE  QUESTION , OR do the deed OVER A ROMANTIC DINNER IN THE  GRAND BALLROOM. (FREE CHAMPAGNE )  CREATE A LASTING MEMORY THAT WILL SURELY TAKE HER  BREATH AWAY (Priced according to your choices)


Host a Proposal Party

Wedding Proposal & Engagement Party

A wedding proposal is always a great reason to celebrate and that is precisely where the engagement party comes in! There are many ways to announce the good news and all of them include gathering parents, family and friends together to let them know you’re getting married!

When to have the engagement party?

A date for the engagement party must be set and ideally it shouldn’t occur too long after the wedding proposal or too close to the day of the wedding. Ideally, the engagement party should be closer to the wedding proposal than to the wedding date. If possible, have the engagement party one or two months after the wedding proposal. However, if the engagement is going to be a long one, then you can wait a few more months to celebrate that beautiful engagement ring. Surprise her in front of friends and family, host this event for her!!

Who to invite to the engagement party?

The engagement party is not the wedding party, so ideally you should only invite close family and friends. More important than that is the fact that whoever is invited to the engagement party must also be invited to the wedding. If your idea is to celebrate a small and intimate wedding for family and friends only, then the engagement party should be even smaller. In order to create the guest list for the engagement party, start with your closest family members and then add your closest friends.

Where and what to serve?

Page House Bed and Breakfast offers a beautiful Indoor or outdoor engagement party set up. An engagement party can be so many things: a casual barbecue or a sophisticated dinner. It all depends on what you have in mind. Traditionally, the engagement dinner is a gift from the groom’s parents, however, nowadays it doesn’t have to be that way – more importantly, celebrate your engagement in the most convenient and fun way possible. If you’d like, you can use the engagement party to give guests a glimpse of what to expect on the wedding day or simply organize a casual gathering of family and friends to celebrate the good news: your wedding! The menu should be created based on common sense and of course on the formality or informality of the engagement party. Just don’t forget: this is not the wedding day and a five-course meal is unnecessary! Meet with our event coordinator and lets plan a party.