Host a Backyard Engagement PartyJune 27, 2018
Host a Backyard Engagement Party at Destin Bay House
Destin Bay House is a popular place to host weddings year round, with a gorgeous location right on the ChoctawhatcheeÂ Bay. But, have you ever considered hosting your engagement party at the Destin Bay House, too? Lots of brides-to-be will be celebrating their engagements this summer, and there’s no better place to host it than at the Destin Bay House! The spacious backyard space is a great spot to host a backyard engagement party. Keep reading to find out how!
- Help your guests break the ice and mingle with lawn games! Whether you choose between cornhole, horseshoes, or ladder toss, your guests will love a little friendly competition. As an added bonus, it’ll keep them laughing all night long!
- Create a signature cocktail for the event. Bonus points for non-alcoholicÂ cocktails, too! If your party is in the springtime, consider fresh berries and grenadine to liven things up. In the fall, consider cranberries and mulled wine. Take things up a notch by asking Dad to tend bar. (Read more about how to incorporate Dad into your wedding here!)
- Keep the foods simple! Guests will appreciate fork-free foods that are easy to serve, share, and eat while they mix and mingle. Try shaking it up with Sweet Potato and Chorizo Sausage Bites, Baked Brie Bites, and the ever-popular Party Poppers – a simple cream cheese filling with chicken, cilantro, and lime juice wrapped in bacon. Any of our fabulous catering vendors can help you plan the perfect party!
- Personalize your party! Setting up a decorative sign – wood or chalkboard – welcoming your guests and directing them where to go. Jazz things up with a piece for your guests to sign and leave messages for the two of you to look back on.
If a backyard party is exactly what your engagement announcement needs, give Destin Bay House a call today!
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