Posted Sunday, February 21, 2016 at 4:45pm by Zen Recreations
Destination weddings are becoming popular amongst Millennials and depending on where you travel; it can even cost less than planning a wedding in your local area.
Before you start adding your travel ideas on paper, we researched and put together a list to help you. Continue reading...
Posted Wednesday, April 27, 2016 at 6:36pm by Zen Recreations
Your wedding in a dream location can come true with Zen Recreations!
Everybody wants to be part of that unforgettable wedding abroad when love is in the air. It offers a unique chance for friends and family to join in the fun, excitement, holiday and romance together. But so often couples refrain from taking that leap of faith because a wedding abroad can seem too difficult to manage or too heavy on the pocket. Things just got a whole lot easier. With a Zen Recreations events package we can do the work - customize your wedding and leave you and your friends and family to enjoy the moment! Continue reading...
Posted Thursday, April 27, 2017 at 2:35pm by Zen Recreations
This facinating garden,
Intimate, elegant and peaceful, the gardens of the Vrtbovský Palác in Prague are perhaps one of the best-kept “open secrets” in Europe. Surrounded by the ornate palace and flanked by the U.S. Embassy, this sculptured hillside garden retreat is owned by the city and is open to visitors, but it can also be booked for private events like weddings and private gatherings. The gardens can host ultra-romantic and private affairs for two or grand open-air celebrations for hundreds.
The gardens are drenched with history and carefully cultured topiary alike; the palace and gardens are a UNESCO World Heritage site and every vantage point serves you with painterly scenes. Terraces, patterned walks, elegant statues and water features are adorned with perfectly trimmed ivy walls and topiary trees. (The décor includes sculptures of the Olympian gods, including renowned signature works by Matthias Bernard Braun.)
The garden was created a century later by Jan Josef, the Count of Vrtba between 1715 and 1720 while the Vrtba family possessed the palace with the garden till 1799. Continue reading...