Let Us Host Your Engagement Party!

Reflect on your relationship, love and what the future holds! Celebration Hall isn’t just for weddings now. Let us plan, host and throw you an amazing engagement party. This celebration is for the spouses-to-be. It allows the couple to remember all the exciting, silly and loving moments of dating and look forward to the big beautiful wedding day.  

Being engaged is a special time for all couples.

You create memories and a stronger bond with each other with the anticipation of your one-of-a-kind wedding. Let Celebration Hall plan and share some of these unforgettable moments with you. An engagement gathering is typically held four months after the big question is popped and no less than six months prior to the knot typing. 

That said, you’ll likely need to give the couple at any rate a month to draw together the guest list for the wedding (since the engagement party visitor rundown will be focused around that).  

What type of theme should your party have?

It’s your choice — an engagement gathering can be anything from an extravagant mixed drink soiree to a laid-back patio grill. Be that as it may, in case you’re facilitating a gathering that the spouse and groom’s guardians will be going too, consider what sort of occasion will make both families most agreeable, since the engagement gathering is generally viewed as a chance to let the bride and grooms families get to know one another better.  

What’s the main event at an engagement party?

Toasts with the most of course! Custom toasts that the father of the spouse goes in the first place, then the man of the hour, and afterward whoever else needs to say a couple of celebratory words. Let this be a relaxing and fun time during your engagement.  

What type of food and drinks should I serve?

It’s never a wrong time to serve cake, right? You can serve appetizers, wine, beer and maybe have some delicious sandwiches, depends on if you want it more upscale or casual.

Contact Celebration Hall today and let us plan and host an amazing engagement party for you. We look forward to hearing from you. Email is the best way to reach us — thecelebrationhall@gmail.com




Traditions, the beliefs and ideas that are passed down through the ages as the proper way to do things.

Not often questioned but accepted because that is just the way it is and who wants to step outside of the box?

Maybe you do.  Maybe your Wedding Day is your time to change traditions.

Do you feel like you have to have the expected songs, the expected attire and the expected traditional vows?  You don’t.

Your Wedding Day is your day.  These are your choices and your original ideas have a chance to blossom.

The Celebration Hall knows that you have many choices to make and the decisions are overwhelming at times.  From how many people to invite to where to sit them, what to serve for food, what kind of music, flowers, etc.

Maybe you have decided to have a Wedding on the beach and be barefoot and all of the Bridal party barefoot as well.  Maybe your Wedding theme will be a little bit of country and  the decor will be rustic, using mason jars to serve the punch in, washtubs to hold ice, etc.

There are tons of ways to step outside of the box and have your very own unique Wedding Ceremony and Reception.   Make it fun! Our staff here at The Celebration Hall can assist you in your planning.  

Let us help you with the decisions and offer suggestions.  We may even have what you are looking for to add that special touch.  

You won’t know if you don’t ask. Call us for more information.  

The best way to reach us is via email, with most questions responded to in about a day. Feel free to give us a call as well!


Let Celebration Hall assist in showing you how to create a flawless wedding seating arrangement.

I’m sure this has slipped your mind or you maybe we are setting off some alarms. The seating arrangement for the wedding is extremely important and we get this question a lot. Where is everyone going to sit? Is it best to let it work itself out? We have a full staff of experienced professionals and we know a thing or two about weddings and celebrations. Celebration Hall is sharing a quick guide to help you get an idea or a jump start on the seating chart for the big day. This will answer those questions and give you an organized list and guarantees everyone will be happy.

Find the perfect tool to help you organize your seating chart

Say Goodbye to the traditional pen,markers and paper seating chart guide. Welcome to the modern world! You can access a easy and free online guide to help you create the masterpiece of all seating charts. Easily change, add and delete whatever you need without the mess of having to re-due the entire thing.

Round tables? Square tables?

You’ll need to decide the style and shape of the tables you want before you can create a seating chart. Tables that seat around 8 guests are the most common, but if you want to set apart from the rest you can have unique custom tables that are long and seat over 10. This will “wow” your guests and make your wedding that much more special.

Deciding your VIP guests 

Of course your wedding party should sit together but if you choose to not sit with your immediate family it’s polite to ask where they would like to be placed and who they will sit next to. This is just to ensure all your VIP and bridesmaid/groomsmen are happy and comfortable.

Pay attention to small details too

Remember to keep in mind that children should always be seated with their parents and that elderly people shouldn’t be seated too close to loud music. Also, you could possibly try to place your single friends with other single people instead of seating single people at a table full of married couples, unless they know the couples on a personal level. These are only tips/advice that can help you get the seating chart underway.

Celebration Hall is Destin’s premier event planner.

Email is the best way to reach us, but we are always a call away 850-499-2652