Sunday Weddings Are Not Just About Brunches Anymore
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When it comes to choosing a wedding day, more brides and grooms are saying “I do” to tying the knot on Sundays.
Scheduling the big day on a Sunday allows the couple to create a true destination wedding, enjoying an entire weekend of events with family and friends.
With an extra day to enjoy, pre-nuptial events aren’t limited to a rehearsal dinner. In the City of Brotherly Love, an incomparable blend of history, culture, sports and nightlife provides limitless opportunities to see the sights and celebrate.
Think wedding bells and the Liberty Bell, martinis and museums, a circle of friends and Rittenhouse Square. Give guests a chance to explore in small groups by providing personalized maps with such landmarks as your favorite place to order a cheesesteak.
As for the wedding itself, Sunday events go far beyond brunch. Super Sundays are more caviar than scrambled eggs, with all the elegance and beauty previously associated with Saturday night. Pull out all the stops with glamorous décor, lavish entertainment and over-the-top cuisine.
Especially coveted are Sundays on a long weekend, giving guests a leisurely day to travel home or simply unwind from the festivities.
Joe Volpe, CEO and founder of Cescaphe Event Group, says Sunday weddings are fast becoming a new Philadelphia tradition at such memorable venues as the stately Down Town Club overlooking Independence Hall and Cescaphe Ballroom, the stunningly transformed Imperial Theater.
Couples tell him they chose Sunday because it gives them an opportunity to extend the celebration.
Brides-to-be who choose Sundays no longer feel like they are settling because the venue of their dreams is booked on Saturdays for a year ahead. Sundays are in style!
Celebrate your own Sunday wedding at any of five fabulous venues in Philadelphia operated by Cescaphe Event Group. Watch this video to see how the pros at Cescaphe create unforgettable Sunday weddings for couples in Philadelphia.This is a paid partnership between Cescaphe and Philadelphia Magazine's City/Studio