We love being part of weddings that are true reflections of the couple getting married. You couldn’t help but learn more about Cam and Tara by attending their wedding. It not only looked beautiful – it FELT beautiful too.
The salmon was caught by the couple on the West Coast, the kegs of beer were local, and the ice cream was from Village Ice Cream. Sam and Elyce's wedding was full of personal and local touches. These make such a difference – especially to out of town guests.
There’s nothing quite like an outdoor party in Alberta. Whether it’s a wedding, a corporate retreat or Stampede hoedown, an outdoor party is always a great way to enjoy the good weather while celebrating with great people.
Speeches. Love them or hate them, they’re an important part of any event. From weddings and funerals to corporate parties and family gatherings, what you say adds meaning and weight to the occasion. So how do you deliver the perfect speech?
The food at your wedding is about more than a menu, it’s about creating meaning and moments. A great place to start is by tailoring your menu to your personality. Two families are coming together, so why not create a menu that reflects your personalities and family traditions?
Who knew there were so many ways to serve dinner? Whether your event is formal or a casual celebration that goes late into the wee hours of the morning, the way you serve your food is key to creating a seamless event, from start to finish.
Great weddings don't just happen - collaboration is key! This stunning property was transformed with beautiful lighting, luxurious flowers, crisp white tents and even an antique barnboard lemonade stand created just for the reception.
'Cocktail dinner' receptions are becoming very popular for Calgary weddings. Many people have questions about this style of reception so we thought we would help you out with some tips and answers that will help make your reception fabulous.
It can often be tricky when planning an outdoor reception at any time of the year. We suggest that a plan be made while envisioning the worst weather you can imagine. This plan held true for this wedding because boy oh boy did it rain!
The bride and groom were big film connoisseurs. They had fun naming the tables after their favourite films. We couldn't resist smiling at the guests seated at the ‘Shaun of the Dead’ and the ‘Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ tables.
Devour believes that each day gives us something to celebrate. Gratitude, appreciation and connection are the essential ingredients for every celebration no matter how large or small. We call it heartfelt hospitality and we bring it to everything we do.