About Landmark

The Landmark is an elegant banquet facility located in the heart of the Meadowlands in East Rutherford New Jersey; it is in close proximity to most major highways making it convenient for guests traveling from southern New Jersey as well as New York City. The Landmark takes pride in providing your guests with exquisite cuisine and impeccable service. Their exclusive Tuxedo and White Glove French Service, combined with ethnically diverse menus, will appeal to the eyes as well as the palate! Wedding menus can be customized to various ethnic tastes; specializing in Italian, Spanish, and Caribbean cuisine.
Your guests are welcomed in a separate Cocktail Lounge with sunken bars for the Cocktail Hour as well as a private Bridal Room for your Bridal Party.
The dining rooms are elegantly decorated with crystal chandeliers, soft tone wall coverings and ample dance floors accommodating up to 325 guests.
The Landmark’s bi-lingual staff will see to your every need and cater to your guests’ every request.
Your affair at the Landmark will make a lasting impression and create memories to be long cherished while helping you celebrate one of life’s joyful landmarks!


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East Rutherford, New Jersey, United States
The Landmark is located in the heart of the Meadowlands in East Rutherford New Jersey. Landmark is in close proximity to most major highways such as: NJ Turnpike, Route 3, Route 80 and the Garden State Parkway.

Thursday, May 5, 2011

Planning Ideas: Winter Weddings

Winter at the Landmark

Having your wedding during the upcoming winter season? Now's the time to start planning! Keep in mind that a winter wedding doesn't need to mean snowflakes, pinecones and Christmas themed decor. Use these 10 new winter wedding ideas from The Knot to reinvent your winter wedding!

1. Colors
Go for a less-is-more color palette with white and silver.
Add glamour with crystal accents.

2. Flowers
Use fuller flowers such as white hydrangeas and soft ranunculuses.
White boutonnieres accented with greenery or a simple white ribbon.
Wrap bouquet stems in ribbon embellished with crystals.

3. Invitations
For a black-tie event: heavy cardstock and a navy blue, chocolate-brown, or eggplant font with hand calligraphy.
For a fresh, formal tone: thick, frosted Plexiglas invitations in white scripted ink. Send tucked into silver envelope liners.

4. Centerpieces
Bring in the icy outdoors with ice-carved vases filled with tall winter-white branches and hanging crystals to reflect the light from the tables. Surround the centerpieces with votive candles, and top your tables with white dupioni table linens and frosted glass china.

5. Escort Cards
Hand-calligraphed in silver ink attached with ribbon to individual crystals. Hang each from an oversized crystal candelabra centerpiece for a new take on the escort card tree.

6. Music
Consider a capella quartet to sing your favorite jazz and pop songs for the evening, or for a more classical sound, hire a cellist.

7. Cocktail Hour
Serve white hot chocolate in small espresso cups and eggnog in small punch glasses.
At the bar: Saketinis (Japanese rice wine and sweet-flavored vodka) in glasses rimmed with sugar crystals

8. The Cake
A white, vintage-style cake, dusted with edible silver powder.
For accent: add a white sugar ribbon and crystal drops cascading down one side of the cake.

9. Favors
Keep it simple with small packages of chocolate-covered cranberries or roasted chestnuts.
Over-the-top idea: impress with a hot chocolate and churros station at your reception.

10. Honeymoons
Embrace the season! Rent a cozy log cabin for a week in Lake Placid, or stay at a luxurious hotel in Aspen for some serious skiing, wining, dining, and snuggling.

To read the original article from The Knot's website click here.