For many brides and grooms, wedding planning starts immediately after a couple becomes engaged. Booking the right venue for the wedding ceremony and reception can be one of the most significant decisions to make in the wedding planning process. In fact, booking the reception venue is often the first step of the process. Let our team at Le Pavillon handle some of the stress of planning the big day with as much or as little involvement as you prefer.
As brides and grooms embark on the search for the perfect venue, the perfect dress, or the perfect food, stress may increase as do the details, options, and decisions to be made by the couple.
Flowers, colors, candles, centerpieces, photos, finishes, fabrics, and coordinating all of these things can be downright overwhelming. At Le Pavillon, we are in the business of paying attention to the details.
As part of every package offered by Le Pavillon, clients may use the design of the venue, which remains decorated, year-round, with elegant antiques, crystal chandeliers, fine art, and beautiful touches.
We also have themed decor and props available for seasonal events, including by not limited to, over-sized oyster servers, incredibly large masks and props for Mardi Gras, Christmas trees with decor, horse with carriage for exits, and custom light signatures and shows.
Conveniently located in Parc Lafayette, Le Pavillon is next door to the Hilton Home 2 Suites, and near many stores and eateries. Featuring grand french architecture, three exquisite event spaces, and elegant decor, Le Pavillon is sure to exceed all of your expectations.
If you would like to have your special event, business meeting, or wedding, at Lafayette’s premier reception venue, please contact Hannah Trahan at 337-371-1076 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Employee Appreciation - Le Pavillon Meeting Spaces in Lafayette La.
Your employees need more than a paycheck to know they are doing a good job. If you, as a boss, lead by example, imagine the response when your employees know they are appreciated. In turn, your customers will be appreciated by your employees, and it shows in soaring customer satisfaction.
Come up with a plan!
Employees need to know you appreciate them. It may sound crazy but, if you poll employees on things they would like to have done to show appreciation, and then come up with a plan, even if very modest, will be perceived as an earnest attempt to recognize their contributions.
Whether fun or formal, a plan put in place shows caring.
Follow through on that plan!
Whatever you plan: work it! Follow through shows appreciation in a big way. If you say you are going to have donuts once a month and then don’t deliver donuts for three months because you've gone on a diet, it is demoralizing. Work your plan to show appreciation.
Everyone likes to feel special and birthdays are the perfect opportunity. Even if you only hold a monthly cake and punch party to celebrate birthdays that fall in that month, your employees will recognize that you made an effort to remember their special day.
Write a note!
Emails are great but... to really show you appreciate someone, take time to write a handwritten note.
Keep a basket of gift cards to local stores and shops on hand. Include a variety of gift cards, from coffee shops or movie tickets to bowling and grocery stores. When you finish a large project or hit a benchmark, walk around one afternoon and let employees pick a card of their choice.
Everyone likes to see their name in print and receive a tailor-made award. Use your creativity and come up with fun certificates that acknowledge even the smallest contributions. Morale gets built up when we see that absolutely everything matters and is award-worthy.
Certificates from peers!
Provide the paper, printing, and time and let employees make the awards for each other. Things you never knew were happening will come to light when you encourage employees to appreciate each other’s contributions to internal customer service.
Party, party, party!
Impromptu parties for obscure events can be fun. Formal parties on holidays build ample goodwill. Team meetings turned into pizza parties, or dinner parties turn the routine into memorable events.
Special training sessions, especially those not based on career and business goals go a long way in showing appreciation. Have company-wide events that teach new skills and encourage sharing of knowledge.
Show your staff and your community how being part of the community impacts both for the better. A billboard or website photos of your staff volunteering shows appreciation full-circle.
The latest promotional item with your logo can be an excellent acknowledgment tool when shared with your staff first. Let them show they are proud to work where they do, whether your sway is a USB drive with your logo or a tote bag that carries papers to the local recycling center.
Acknowledging your staff can be a lot of fun. When you need an off-site location to host that business meeting, appreciation lunch, awards dinner, training session, or product introduction, consider Le Pavilion's corporate event venue in Lafayette La.
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You said yes to the proposal, and now it’s time to plan the most significant event of your life. How will you get it all done? Where do you start?
Utilize this list to get the ball rolling towards the celebration of a lifetime:
12 Months before the wedding
o Gather the parents together and the financial commitments and the role the parents will play in producing this special day
o Decide on the size and geographic location
o Choose a target date and time
o Budget and determine the sharing of expenses
o Start a file (electronic or paper) of notes, pictures, favorite recipes, travel locations; basically, anything that you might want as part of your wedding
9 months before the wedding:
o Start shopping for THE DRESS
o Visit wedding venues to reserve your reception location
o Hire a wedding planner to help guide you through this special time
o Put the guest list together bearing in mind that you can pare down or add to as dictated by budget
o Meet with possible officiants
6 months before the wedding:
o Select the Best Man, Maid of Honor, and other attendants
o Register for shower and wedding gifts
o Take engagement photographs
o Send Save the Date cards
o Decide on THE DRESS and order alterations
o Begin shopping for attendants’ dresses
o Select wedding rings
o If your wedding venue or wedding planner does not have a bridal package of services, hire individual contractors for flowers, music, catering, cakes, and catering
4 months before the wedding:
o Decide on attendants’ attire and order whether purchasing or renting
o Book a block of rooms for out-of-town guests
o Reserve the groom’s tuxedo/suit
o Make final decisions on the guest list
o Book the honeymoon
o Order invitations and thank you notes
o Hire limousine, horse-drawn carriage, or the desired mode of transportation to and from the wedding
2 months before the wedding:
o Have a makeup and hairstyle session to decide for your look on the big day
o Finalize cake, caterer, and music decisions
o Write your vows or select specific Scripture readings
o Indicate seating arrangements
o Obtain marriage license and any special permits for reception
4 weeks before the wedding:
o Place invitations in the mail
o Finalize rooms for out-of-town guests
o Purchase attendants’ gifts
o Write any individual notes or toasts for the big day
2 weeks before the wedding:
o Have final fitting and complete alterations for wedding attire
o Finalize rehearsal dinner plans/reservations
1 week before the wedding:
o Enjoy a much-needed Spa Day
o Confirm honeymoon arrangements
o Pack for the honeymoon
o Place payment for the officiant and any other service providers in labeled envelopes
The day before the wedding:
o Relax with family and friends
o Enjoy rehearsal dinner
o Give the best man rings and officiants envelope with payment
o Get some rest
Day of the wedding:
o CELEBRATE with family and friends
o Revel in the special surroundings
o Make memories that will last a lifetime
Le Pavilion is at the top of the list when it comes to wedding venues. Arrange a tour of the beautiful wedding and reception venues today.
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Carnival Season in Lafayette La, Le Pavillon Reception Private Event Venue.
Carnival season is a favorite time of year for locals and tourists of Southern Louisiana. The Mardi Gras celebration often includes several events leading up to day of Fat Tuesday such as balls hosted by local krewes, dinners honoring kings and queens, teas, brunches, and of course, parades!
As part of its celebration this season, Le Pavillon debuted some of its custom-made masks, mini-floats, and decorations at this year's Past Kings' Dinner for the Order of the Troubadours. The dinner was catered by Brian Blanchard of Imonelli, and was held in the Lafayette room. The room comfortably seated approximately 46 guests who were served a four-course meal beautifully prepared and serviced by Blanchard's team.
If you, or a krewe or organization for which you are a member, are looking for a new venue to host a ball, gala, dinner, or any type of private function for next carnival season, please consider Le Pavillon as the perfect destination! Since hosting the Past Kings' Dinner, we've received an overwhelming response about availability for 2020.
In addition to Mardi Gras functions, no wedding is too large, small, intimate, grandiose, or detailed for our team of professionals. With our Preferred Caterers to choose from, we can cater to any cuisine or style of food desired. Over this past year, Le Pavillon has accumulated some novel amenities not offered at other venues in Lafayette to add a special touch to our clients' wedding day including a horse and carriage exit, the ability to accommodate over 1,700 guests in a beautiful setting, a central location with access to accomplish of all of the day-of events in one center (Home 2 Suites by Hilton, Altered Salon, Le Jour Couture, Grouse Room, Indulge, Renewed Med Spa, Superior Nails, etc.), and a wedding and honeymoon planner on staff.
Most weddings and larger events take place in the Grand Ballroom, with a capacity of 500 seated/1,000 standing. Our Lafayette and Acadiana ballrooms, each with a seating capacity for 100 people or standing capacity of 200 people, are an ideal setting for any small to medium gatherings. You may also reserve the entire 20,000 square foot building which can seat 1,000 guests or just over 1700 standing.
Conveniently located in Parc Lafayette, Le Pavillon is next door to the Hilton Home 2 Suites, and near many stores and eateries. Featuring grand french architecture, three exquisite event spaces, and elegant decor, Le Pavillon is sure to exceed all of your expectations.
If you would like to have your special event, business meeting, or wedding, at Lafayette’s premier private event center, please contact Hannah Trahan at 337-371-1076 or email her at email@example.com!
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Bridal magazines and jewelry companies say that 40 percent of all proposals of marriage occur in the month of February. These proposals are centered around the celebration of St. Valentine whose Feast Day is February 14th. This day of love usually includes flowers, candy, and a special meal. When you add a proposal to the mix, the festivities also include a ring.
The engagement ring traces back to the 1400s. Archeological digs have revealed women, and occasionally men, wore special rings to signify they were promised or engaged to someone. In the United States, jewelers experienced an upswing in the sale of diamond engagement rings right as the Depression was ending. The increasing sales were credited to the advertising campaign of the DeBeers jewelry company who made a diamond engagement ring de rigueur for couples.
Engagement rings range from the traditional to custom one-of-a-kind pieces that reflect the tastes and personalities of the couple. The traditional diamond engagement ring is a band of platinum, gold, or silver with a single stone, in a prong setting, in the center of the band. Popular diamond shapes are the round, square, pear, marquise, heart, rectangular, and oval. Cushion is the same as square and emerald, princess, and radiant are all cuts of the rectangular shape.
The shape is the appearance of the stone. The cut of the diamond is the way that it reflects light. This reflection is what makes the diamond sparkle. Certain shapes can be cut to allow greater reflection than others. These cuts obtain names of their own.
Pure diamonds are perfectly colorless and transparent. When grading a diamond, you will hear about clarity or how transparent or pure the stone appears. While the clear diamond is the most popular engagement ring stone choice, many betrothed sport colored diamonds on their ring finger.
Yellow diamonds, brown or chocolate diamonds, black diamonds, pink diamonds, and blue diamonds have all set fashions trends in the past 50 years. Color is many times made a popular choice when a celebrity or fashionista betrothed gifts them with a colored diamond. In the last decade, canary yellow diamonds were on the hand of Jennifer Lopez, Carrie Underwood, Nicki Minaj, and Heidi Klum.
Diamonds are not the only popular stone in engagement rings. By far, one of the most famous engagement rings in the world is a blue sapphire surrounded by diamonds. That ring was the one selected by a nineteen-year-old Lady Diana Spencer when Prince Charles asked her to marry him in the early ’80s. The ring presently is worn by Her Royal Highness the Duchess of Cambridge since it was Prince Williams choice to present to her when she was asked to marry him.
Iconic engagement rings, in addition to Princess Diana’s heirloom ring that Duchess Kate wears, is the emerald and diamond ring of Jacqueline Bouvier Kennedy, the emerald cut, platinum set, 18 karats on Beyoncé’s ring finger, and Lady Gaga’s heart shaped diamond presented on Valentine’s Day a few years ago.
Regardless of the day, type of stone, or if the ring is an heirloom or not, your engagement ring is special to you. Once engaged, you want your wedding venue to be just as outstandingly special. Le Pavilion in Parc Lafayette invites you to consult with them and their many experts to plan your perfect day.
In addition to being an exquisite wedding venue, Le Pavilion can host your special events like rehearsal dinners, engagement teas, and private parties. Come tour this engaging space today as a wedding and reception venue.
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Part of doing business is conducting meetings. Finding meeting spaces to accommodate the wide ranges of personalities and needs for your business gathering isn’t always the easiest of tasks. Space inside your facility might be considered appropriate and adequate for some meetings but often times you need an impressive, impactful locale to gather together.
Meeting in person is still highly desired in our world. For over a decade it has been said and predicted that social media and technological advances would lead to the demise of meeting face-to-face. Those predictions were wrong. Assembling together in person for the transfer of information and to get to know co-workers socially is still one of the top goals of holding a gathering.
When organizations such as businesses, non-profits, clubs, schools, and churches need to meet, many times an off-site location is desired. Off-site locations can usually accommodate larger crowds, offer spaces conducive to sharing a meal, the latest in media presentation equipment and sound systems, plenty of parking, smaller spaces for break-down sessions, and staff that understands catering to the needs of all attendees without having other duties to continue to perform in the workplace. In other words, at a meeting space, staff’s only focus is making sure your gathering is worry-free for you.
Some common types of gatherings that require meeting spaces in the local area are conferences. Conferences usually have attendees from a larger geographic local so people may need to drive and fly into town for this type of meeting. Having a meeting space in a central location is a paramount desire for conferences.
Conventions also require a location to meet that is centrally located and has other attractions that attendees to explore when meeting time is over. Gathering in meeting spaces that are walking distance to restaurants and shopping is a stand-out feature of a meeting location.
Trainings and forums that concentrate on new products and services are another top reason that organizations meet face-to-face. Learning the technical skills needed at a meeting space away from the office has been proven to increase retention and confidence in the new skill. Without the interruptions, trainers and educators on a wide range of topics agree that meeting spaces away from the place where daily duties are performed (even for home office workers) provides the brain with different stimuli that increase learning effectiveness.
Stockholders, councils, and congregations of religious organizations also find that utilizing off-site, accommodating meeting spaces lends itself to creating a freer atmosphere where serious matters can be discussed in a confidential setting. Some meetings need to occur away from the organization so members of the organization are not in the general area and the key players can have the freedom to concentrate on just the meeting and not the social requirements of meeting in the space where the primary focus will be the tasks of the organization.
By definition, all a meeting is when two or more people come together by arrangement or chance. When you need meeting spaces to share information, update on the status of a special project, build your team, or vote on an important decision, look no further than Le Pavillon in Parc Lafayette. This premier venue offers accommodating meeting spaces no matter your occasion. Find out more about using their beautiful facility today.
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The New Year brings plenty of occasions for special hairstyles in Louisiana with Mardi Gras balls and parties. Our everyday hairstyles are important too. Great looking hair can be yours when you allow yourself to experience a new hairstyle that is on-trend for 2019 whether it’s your new everyday look or a special look for turning heads when you arrive at your Mardi Gras event venue.
Hair trends for women are all about movement. Whether the length is long, medium or short, movement and texture play large roles in fashionable, trending hairstyles for women. Some of the best looks are:
Choppy—think defined pieces all over your head. Blunt pieces help produce the choppy look.
Piecey—almost the same as choppy but not as defined. Blended pieces create the look that flows together rather than laying roughly against each other.
Feathering—the popular 70’s icon looks returns. Feathering, especially around the face, creates an eye-enhancing effect that softens features as well.
Layered—whether defined or subtle, layered hair is the way to go. Layers help grow out many styles and allows for maximum movement.
Waves—think soft curls brushed out just leaving a hint of movement. Beachy hair looks remain popular. Imagine the wave hair gets naturally when allowed to dry in salt air at the beach. That’s the kind of waves that are on trend for the new year.
Textured—think polished bed head. When you wake up with pillow pressed movement into your hair, imagine being able to neaten that look for all day: that’s the kind of texture that will be a popular look.
Movement is important is special occasion hairdos too. Whether wedding day hair for the bride, attendant, or flower girl or special occasion hairdos for a Mardi Gras Ball attendee or court member, there are three big looks for 2019.
Half and Half—this updo has some of hair up and some of the hair down. Loose buns with escaped pieces look right as do random strands pinned up for a controlled, messy look.
Accessorized—headbands, jewels, ribbon sashes, barrettes…the accessory doesn’t matter as long as the hair is adorned. Simple is more on trend than elaborate so when selecting an accessory for your special occasion, keep the less is more rule front of mind.
Braids—as an accent or the focal point of your hairdo, braids are a great look. Loosely braided hair allows for movement and polish at the same time. Even short hair looks great with a tiny side braid or a headband made from braided hair adds a special touch. Braids with ribbons woven with the hair uses two on-trend looks at one time.
While women’s hairstyles are all about movement, trends in men’s hairstyles were more about control. Some on trend 2019 styles for men’s hair includes:
Crew cuts—not just for the military bound any longer. Super short crew cuts are the ultimate masculine look right now.
Pompadour—if a short cut isn’t for you, keep your hair longer and style it into a pompadour. Short on the sides with longer hair on top is the signature pompadour look.
Hard side part—make a dramatic statement with a hard side part that fades into a combover if you want some longer hair. If you keep your hair short and neat, the hard side part is a trendy retro look for men.
Slicked back—another popular look is slicked back with gel. This look is particularly on trend with a full beard.
Beard or Shaven—both on trend. A rule of thumb with 2019 hair? The shorter the hair the fuller the beard.
Whether opting for one of these trends for your everyday look or for special occasions, like a wedding or Mardi Gras ball, you’ll look picture perfect wherever you go!
Le Pavilion is the on-trend private event venue for 2019. Tour this special event facility today and reserve this incredible venue for the special occasions in your life.
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Eight weeks of carnival season awaits Louisiana residents in 2019. Are you the person that plans the parties for your krewe, office, or community club? Do you schedule the facility for your krewe’s ball? Now is the time to act and secure space at one of the newest facilities and meeting spaces in the Acadiana area.
Carnival or Mardi Gras season begins the day after Epiphany (January 6th) and lasts until Fat Tuesday which is the day before Ash Wednesday (March 6th). Since Easter falls later in the calendar in 2019, Ash Wednesday falls later in the year making carnival season from January 7, 2019 through March 5, 2019. Eight weeks of fun, parties, and dances before we enter the Lenten season.
Because there is a longer carnival season, there is even more time to celebrate with a krewe event, office gathering, or social club meeting. Hosting any type of event means you need a facility that offers extreme hospitality, luxurious surroundings, and incredibly dedicated staff to cater to your every whim.
You might think finding an event venue like that to be an impossibility? It isn’t when you task experienced planners and venue managers that are housed in one of the newest facilities in Lafayette with the assignment.
Regardless of your special event Le Pavillon in Parc Lafayette has the dedicated professionals to bring your vision alive in one of there premium event rooms. Mardi Gras season means a variety of events for krewe and public alike. If you are in need of an event venue to hold one or all of your events, an outstanding facility is located near the heart of the city on Kaliste Saloom Road.
Bringing your event to life will require prior planning and professional execution from parking to clean-up on the day of the big happening. Turn your idea over to the creative staff at Le Pavillon event venue and let them work their magic. From scheduling the appropriately sized room to finding the best professionals to cater to your guests’ delight, your event will come off without a worry for you.
Caterers, florists, event planners, musicians, and photographers all work with the dedicated event managers at Le Pavillon to bring your event to life. Having these creative professionals, who are at the top of their game, available under one event venue roof adds up an incredible experience for both hosts and guests.
Outstanding professionals plying their trade at your carnival event isn’t the only feature to consider when securing space at an event venue for your celebration. Consider the exterior and interiors of any event center. Do the surroundings help create an environment that will transport your guests to a magical place?
Old world charm and prestige surround your guests from fixtures to landscaping. Furnishings and background facades range from French elegance to Greek grandeur. Lighting and table settings can be used to great effect to create the atmosphere that will get your guests into the perfect party, celebrating mood.
Schedule some time today to find out how the newest event venue and meeting spaces in Lafayette, La. can become your go-to facility for any special event.
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Christmas time means parties. Dinner parties, charity events, office celebrations, and family reunions are just a few of the private events hosted at reception venues in Lafayette.
At the end of the 12 days of Christmas, carnival season begins leading up to one of the most celebrated days in the South, Mardi Gras. During carnival season you’ll find gatherings as diverse as the Queen’s Tea to the krewe’s pinnacle event: the annual ball!
When planning a party, the perfect Lafayette private event venue needs to be procured. The venue is the place where special things happen. The beautiful Le Pavillon at Parc Lafayette event center could be home to your next Christmas party or Mardi Gras Ball.
Spacious rooms, exquisite furnishings and décor, and access to some of the best event planners in Acadiana are just a few things that make Le Pavillon the preferred choice in Lafayette. This venue’s atmosphere aids in creating the perfect setting for your party.
The rooms have grand french architectural lines, lush foliage can be displayed in or outside depending on the atmosphere you want to elicit for your event, and antique furnishings and period décor add to the appeal of this special meeting space. Three exquisite event rooms are at the ready to be utilized to your specifications. Whether your party is an intimate affair for a small group or your Mardi Gras ball will host hundreds, this Lafayette event venue stands ready to accommodate.
Le Pavillon provides dedicated, professional staff who specialize in radical hospitality. Your guests with be served with kindness, professionalism, and attention to detail that surpasses the ordinary.
Award-winning photographers, caterers, and planners can be brought into the planning of your Christmas party or Carnival Season event and utilized the night of the special occasion to add even more panache.
Being a stand-out Lafayette event venue also depends on location. Le Pavillon is located in the heart of Acadiana in Parc Lafayette on Kaliste Saloom Road. The Hilton Home 2 Suites is next door. A boon for guests who want to stay nearby after partying the night away.
Eateries, shopping, and access to the Interstate are all within minutes of this venue. Parking is abundant, well-lit, and valet service can be procured for your guests’ convenience. Those who choose to stay overnight will enjoy the amenities that this central Lafayette location provides.
Now is the time to book the date and reserve the talent and locale that will make your Christmas party and Mardi Gras event the talk of the town. Stop by this week and see the location, atmosphere, and meet the planners who are making Le Pavillon the destination of discriminating choice when it comes to event venues in Lafayette.
You expect the best and deserve an experience that surpasses the highest expectations. To discuss your Christmas or Mardi Gras private event, call Le Pavillon and arrange for your private tour of the grounds 337-371-1076.
Hours are Monday-Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday are by appointment. Holidays and current bookings may affect touring hours.
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Year-end holidays bring much opportunity to appreciate and celebrate the people you work alongside daily. These are the people who you see day in and day out at the office or the ones who you cross paths within your daily duties. These are the people who make things happen in your place of business or service organization. Wouldn’t you like to show them how much you appreciate their hard work and dedication with a tailored to their uniqueness party or celebration at an event venue that is versed in offering the finest in hospitality, food, drink, and surroundings?
You can do just that right now. It is not too late to book your Thanksgiving, Christmas, and/or New Year’s celebration at Le Pavilion.
End of year holidays offers the perfect opportunity to welcome your staff and/or customers to an event themed around the national days of celebration that are quickly approaching. Fall’s biggest holiday is Thanksgiving. Wouldn’t it be awesome to offer thanks and appreciation for a job well done throughout the year with a special lunch or dinner?
The first Thanksgiving did just that when a diverse group that worked together to survive gave thanks for the abundance that was to be theirs due to their relationship. Your group can do a similar thing gathered around tables where a celebratory meal can be held to mark the many successes experienced in the past year and the ones that are yet to come.
Christmas, Hanukah, and Kwanzaa celebrate community with customs that involve giving. Your business holiday celebration or party could be based on giving as well. Organize a charity event where employees can give back to the community where they live, work, and play.
Prefer to share a gift with your customers and employees, do so at a meet and greet with cookies and cocoa where people can come and go as it is convenient for them. Holding something at a special location with beautiful surroundings will be a gift in itself when you utilize the best event venue.
New Year’s is a great holiday to say goodbye to the successes of last year and hello to the various opportunities in the new one. It is also an opportunity to host a party for your employee’s hard work.
Regardless of the type of end-of-year holiday event you would like to host, Le Pavilion as one of Lafayette Louisiana’s premier reception venues is ready to help you. The incredible staff is ready to throw a festive celebration in surroundings fit for any size and holiday party.
Whether you would like to host an exquisite sit-down dinner with a string ensemble playing softly in the background, a casual buffet with a comedian or motivational speaker or an assortment of appetizers with an open bar and a band or DJ that gets everyone on the dance floor, Le Pavilion has the roster of vendors for you. Already know who you want to cater your event and have a favorite band on hold for your special party and just need the right place to hold the festivities? This event venue can accommodate in that way as well.
You owe it to yourself and to your guests to find out how Le Pavilion can tailor an event celebrating the end of year holidays for you. You’ll be thankful you explored this event venue and staff that lives to give you the best.
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