I love my work environment so much, I will get married here!
- Created on Wednesday, 27 March 2013 13:57
Meet Redwoods Team Member Laura, she first joined the Redwoods Restaurant team in 2009 where she worked in our concession shack at the 10th tee. After a few golf seasons in various other serving positions in the restaurant, she now works as a supervisor and can also be seen buzzing around the golf course on our beverage cart during the summer.
She has a very exciting couple of months ahead as she is currently training to run her first half marathon and, because she loves the setting at Redwoods so much, she will be kicking off our wedding season this May by marrying the love of her life Matt, right here in our ceremony gardens! With her super upbeat personality and contagious smile, we are thrilled to have Laura as part of our team.
As May is approaching us very quickly Laura has everything planned and is feeling stressfree!
“Working at Redwoods for the past four years, I have seen my fair share of weddings. Although I do not like to admit it, I had started to plan my wedding the first season I worked here – about six months before my soon to be husband, Matt came into the picture. The Redwoods staff team is a very close knit group; it doesn’t take long at all before you start feeling like one of the family. After seeing how dedicated everyone on staff – from the Course Assistants to the General Manager - is and treats each wedding that gets put on, Matthew and I didn’t even have to think twice about who we wanted to be taking care of us on our wedding day!”
Thank You Laura!
Looking to Inspire something different?
- Created on Friday, 04 January 2013 12:58
Just imagine saying “I do” under the open air on a beautiful summers day and romancing the night away beneath the stars, does this sound like your dream wedding? If an outdoor wedding venue is the perfect setting for you let nature be your backdrop.
For all those outdoor enthusiasts it doesn’t get any better than a place like this…
The lower mainland is full of magnificent parks, gardens, wineries, waterfronts and golf courses; the perfect wedding requires a special location, choosing the right venue will set the mood for your entire day!
Golf courses get overlooked as a possible wedding venue until you attend a wedding at a golf course or you view the ceremony garden, as you stand encompassed by immaculate beauty; a breathtaking view and a beautifully polished setting, the emotions you feel will signify the perfect setting for your wedding.
Outdoor weddings offer a unique atmosphere; one that is welcoming to all and provides a feeling of comfort and relaxation as if the event was in your own backyard. “The outdoor ceremony area is so beautiful and the reception area too, it has that cozy backyard feeling to it but also very elegant and romantic.”
Picture this… the wedding of your dreams surrounded by natures finest in the perfect setting with family and friends to create an elegant mood for both your ceremony and reception.
The Ceremony Garden sets an elegant ambiance for you to exchange your vows. Surrounded in a park-like setting with our lavishly designed flower gardens, it is the perfect place to say “I do.”
Your reception will take place under the magnificent Marquis Event Tent, Enjoy dinner and dancing under the twinkle of mini lights – the perfect blend of dynamic elegant style.
Everyone strives for the wedding of their dreams; the perfect venue to suit all guests, an entire day designed just for you in a unique setting that is different from all others and a memorable experience that will last a lifetime. It’s all about the moments, “Following dinner, my husband and I sat out in the ceremony garden under the stars watching the party under the tent. Everyone was dancing and having a wonderful time.”
Choose the perfect wedding venue for you and the rest will come easy!
New Wedding Website
- Created on Tuesday, 27 March 2012 07:44
We recently decided that it was time to migrate all of our information on weddings to a new and improved website. Gone are the days where our perspective brides-to-be have to sift though pages of golf information to find the details they really wanted to see! It is now set up so that you can view everything you need to in a nice streamlined fashion. We also increased the size of the images in our photo gallery to try and convey just how spectacular our weddings here at Redwoods!
We hope you like it!
Pitney Bowes and Redwoods Team up for Earth Day
- Created on Thursday, 14 April 2011 07:44
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Klaus Hoefner; Klaus.email@example.com
In recognition of Earth Day, April 22, 2011 Pitney Bowes will take their dedication outdoors!
LANGLEY, BC- In a community, recreational lands are enjoyed and frequented by both local and distant visitors. The Redwoods Golf Course is a designated green space and is preserved as such by the city ofLangley. Redwoods Golf Course is home to over 70 unique bird species. In recognition of the critical role that our green space plays, The Redwoods Golf Course and Pitney Bowes have joined forces and on Thursday April 21 Pitney Bowes Sales, Service and administrative staff from the Vancouver office will work with Redwoods to Plant Trees, clean / repair bird houses and assist with general cleaning of the environmentally sensitive areas throughout the grounds.
In dedication to the land we live and abuse; Earth Day gives us great opportunity to make an impact on our recreational areas and our community cleanliness. The deciduous trees and bushes lose their foliage and create a layer allowing litter to find a place that much easier. On earth day we are able to create awareness and show appreciation for our natural environment.
Pitney Bowes Does More (www.pbdoesmore.ca) goes far beyond products and services offered coast-to-coast by a dedicated team of service professionals. On Earth day Pitney Bowes and Redwoods will help give back to the communities we live in.
About Pitney Bowes:
Delivering more than 90 years of innovation, Pitney Bowes provides software, hardware and services that integrate physical and digital communications channels. Long known for making its customers more productive, Pitney Bowes is increasingly helping other companies grow their business through advanced customer communications management. Pitney Bowes is a $5.4 billion company and employs more than 30,000 worldwide. Pitney Bowes: Every connection is a new opportunity™.
10 Tips to make your wedding day stress-free
- Created on Monday, 28 March 2011 07:44
Your wedding day should be a day of fun and celebration. Not a day to worry and stress out over the wedding details. After all, if you have chosen The Redwoods, rest assured we have all the details for your ceremony and reception under control! To make sure the rest of your day goes well, here are some tips and hints.
In the morning have your hair done and maybe your nails too, pamper yourself. Get a massage and relax! Be sure to eat during the day and drink plenty of water, however try to stay away from alcohol. You want to be fresh and alert, not intoxicated and passing out at the altar.
Remember your goal of the day is getting married to the person you love. That said, here are a few advance precautions to stress-proof your wedding day.
- For your bridal party, select dependable attendants and give each one a copy of the tentative timeline for the day. Avoid asking children under three years old to be in the wedding party. If you must, let one of the attendants walk with the child or pair them with an older child.
- Learning to delegate is vital, especially the day of your wedding. Read through your list and assign everything!
- Pack and bring along a bride’s emergency kit which includes, extra panty hose, clear nail polish for runs, Kleenex, aspirin, spot remover, static cling spray, hemming tape, band-aids, a sewing kit with safety pins. The groom’s emergency kit includes: mouthwash, breath mints, razor, cologne and a comb.
- If you have a ring bearer, fasten fake rings to the ring pillow, so they won’t fall off. Have an adult carry the real ones. Also, don’t give the pillow to the youngster until about two minutes before they start down the aisle.
- Practice walking and turning in your gown. Make sure it fits properly before the ceremony. Find the easiest way to walk and turn with the train so you’re not tripping over or having to hike it up. Get a feel for how the dress moves. Don’t eat, drink, smoke or apply make-up after you have put the gown on for the ceremony. If you do drink, use a straw and be very careful.
- Nervous stomach or not, eat something before the wedding ceremony. Have a sandwich or veggie tray to share with the bridesmaids. You don’t want to faint in front of all your family and friends!
- Decide on your order of events for the reception in advance of the wedding day and be sure the wedding coordinator or DJ also has the information ahead of time.
- Kick off the heels & settle into a more comfortable shoe; you know those stunning, sexy, strappy, ultra-high heels that work perfectly with your wedding gown? They’ll be great for the ceremony and for the formal pictures, but if you’re planning to kick up your heels at the reception, you’ll be better off kicking off the heels and settling into something more comfortable. So get a pretty, more practical pair of shoes that you can change into to keep your dogs from “barking” the entire week after the wedding!
- For the groom; get up, eat breakfast, have a shower, brush your teeth, shave, brush your hair, put on some nice cologne, put on your tux, make sure all your groomsman have done the same and show up on time!
- Relax! A relaxed bride is a beautiful bride. You have spent 100′s of hours leading up to this very moment. Now it’s time to put your faith in the people you have asked to make this the most wonderful day of your life. At the end of the day a wedding success is being married. Every thing else is just icing on a very delicious cake.