How many guests should I invite to my wedding?

Posted on September 17, 2019

Begin the process by determining your overall budget. How much can you afford to spend? You don’t want to start married life in debt. Another factor is the capacity of your chosen venue. Capacity is determined by Fire Code. You cannot legally exceed that number. Make your ideal list, including everyone possible. Then pare it down to accommodate the size of your venue and your budget. Plan 2 guests per invitation. If 300 people are

Announcing Wedding Weekend Packages!

Posted on September 9, 2019

Simply choose one of the following packages that best suits your needs and budget. Each package includes your choice of our standard white, ivory or black tablecloths, up to 10 table skirts, and the dance floor. Other amenities are included, depending upon which package you choose. Our Diamond Package is $3,450.00 and includes: Guaranteed decorating on Friday Dedicated room for hair and makeup on Saturday morning Full banquet for Saturday’s reception Standard tablecloths and table

Event Planning Made Easy

Posted on August 7, 2019

It’s no secret that event management and planning can be stressful. Have no fear; that’s where the professionals at Boulders Conference Center can help! Whether you are needing to plan a company or family Holiday party, business meeting, wedding or another gathering, our team handles the setup before the event – as well as the not-so-fun cleanup afterward, allowing you to focus on the event without worry! We are now booking for 2019! Give us

The Best Value For Your Money

Posted on August 7, 2019

One of the great things about Boulders Conference Center is the fact that our staff handles all the setup and cleanup before and after your event. When you arrive, the room is set up and ready to decorate. It only takes most families 2-3 hours to decorate for a wedding, depending on how elaborate their decorations are. And after the party, when everyone is tired, all the family has to do is load up their

Knowledge and Networking

Posted on August 7, 2019

“Earlier this year, I had the opportunity to travel to Altoona for the Iowa Tourism Conference. During my day filled with networking and knowledgeable speakers, I was able to learn so much about the tourism industry in Iowa. Two of the sessions that really stuck out to me were the social media session and the survey session. Each session taught me valuable tips and tools that will benefit Boulders Conference Center in an ever-changing social