- Good Time Entertainment 800-200-9935
- 1901 Chester Avenue Bakersfield, CA 93301
This event will feature the top wedding professionals in Bakersfield. From award winning photographers to top chefs. There will be every service represented at this intimate event.
Our fashion show will feature some of the top trending wedding gowns & tuxedos for 2017 as well as showcase some of the new flower arrangements being used next year. There is a limited number of VIP tickets still available as of this email, but they do sell out fast. To reserve your seats follow this link to the Kern County Bridal Association website
Our Exclusive Offer for you is 50% off any tickets now through Sunday. Please use the code: davids
And thank you from Kyle at Good Time Entertainment.
$15 General Admission (limited to 375)
$25 VIP (limited to 100) (almost half sold)
$45 Front Row VIP (limited to 25) (almost sold-out)
This Bridal Event is a special one as we honor our Military & First Responders. We at Good Time Entertainment would like to thank you for your service to our country and community and provide you with complimentary tickets to this event . Please call our office for complete details or visit our website Details on our website
First Responders are Active Duty Police, Fire, Sheriff, CHP, Ambulance and of course all active and veteran military will be provided with tickets as well.
Thank you, Tina Goforth of GC-Goforth Photography for the wonderful photo.
Kyle Brown will be our host for this special event. Kyle will be taking questions from the brides and grooms and provide some great advice to help you have the wedding of your dreams.
Good Time Entertainment is a very exclusive entertainment service only taking a handful of clients per year and has agreed to open his books for a select few new brides in 2017 as well as a couple of dates this year.
Kyle Brown is Kern Counties Top Wedding Entertainment Designer and will be on hand to answer questions about current wedding trends
Great Article from brides.com
We’ve enlisted some of the wedding industry’s top professionals to show you how to cut wedding costs — without sacrificing style
Chances are, you’re dreaming of an over-the-top wedding: An event with the prettiest flowers, the tastiest hors d’oeuvres, the coolest photo booth, and on and on. You’re thinking a flower wall that rivals Kim Kardashian and Kanye West’s crazy wall of blooms, a wedding cake like Sofia Vergara’s tiered masterpiece, a gown as beautiful as Eva Longoria’s body-hugging wedding dress (designed by fashion bestie Victoria Beckham, nonetheless!). But here’s the thing: All that style is really, really expensive.
Lucky for you, our editors teamed up with some of the top wedding professionalsfrom coast to coast — florists, planners, chefs, mixologists, cake bakers, you name it — to put together a master list of been-there-done-that advice that will save you hundreds (and, sometimes, thousands!) of dollars on your wedding. From hacks that knock $500 off the wedding dress and $3 per slice of wedding cake (that’s $300 for your 100 guests!), it’s safe to say that this list may very well be your new MOH.
The best part of these 53 budget-saving tips? They save you money without sacrificing an ounce of style. You see, when it comes to planning a wedding, it’s all about knowing your priorities and using your money wisely. For instance, if you want that Kimye-level flower wall, you can have it, but you might want to consider cutting those over-the-top centerpieces on each table. Have to have that five-tiered showstopper of a cake? Try it in buttercream rather than fondant and trade sugar flowers for actual flowers (they’re a fraction of the cost and just as lovely). And about that designer wedding dress: Shop at a salon’s sample sale to score it at 20 to 90 percent off the original cost.
And sometimes, it’s all about working with what you already have. Did you rent special gold Chiavari chairs for your ceremony? Use them at your reception — you’ll have to pay a moving fee, but it will still be cheaper than ordering twice as many. Hint: You can do the same with your ceremony décor and bridesmaids’ bouquets at the reception. And what about the deets for those other events like the rehearsal dinner, bridesmaids’ luncheon, and day after brunch? Put them on your wedding website (you did build one, after all!) rather than print them on a separate card in your invitation suite for savings of $800. Done and done.
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