Sugar Bowl Resort - Hospitality Dining Furniture
Amish dining chairs provide the comfort for a decadent wedding venue
Snuggled high atop the sunset in the beautiful Sierra Nevada Mountains, Sugar Bowl Resort's incredible ski lodge
offers nature-lovers more than just fresh powder and hiking. Come the warm summer months, Sugar Bowl Ski Resort plays host to some of Lake Tahoe's most exquisite weddings.
Boasting an unforgettable combination of mountain grandeur and cozy charm (a decided delight that you're not likely to find amid the swank of downtown), the resort serves wedding parties their sizzling steak and sumptuous s'mores with equal aplomb.
A significant 75-year history means Sugar Bowl Resort is no stranger to the pull of tradition. When they needed comfortable, heirloom-quality dining chairs to match the splendor and the sociability of their wedding crowds, the resort managers turned to Dutchcrafters for solutions.
Only one catch: The new Dutchcrafters dining chairs had to match the current wedding tables, as well.
Dedicated Hospitality Furniture Specialist to the rescue!
Like all of our hospitality and business partners, we teamed the Sugar Bowl Resort staff with an experienced, dedicated furniture specialist. She collected pictures, collaborated with our Amish woodworkers, checked and double-checked wood, finish, and upholstery options until the sugar bowl management could be confident that our woodshops would build their perfect solid wood dining chairs.
Of course, nothing in the hospitality business is ever quite that easy. Just weeks before finishing, Sugar Bowl booked an event that relied on our dining chairs and required expedited delivery – during the Amish holiday season.
This is where a personal furniture specialist really pays off! After some negotiation with the woodshops, the shippers, and the very gracious Sugar Bowl team, Dutchcrafters delivered every last one of Sugar Bowl Resort's ideal dining chairs in perfect condition and with time to spare.
A wedding venue match made in heaven - well, in Amish Country to be exact :).