The suit, the dress, the cake, the music…and the venue. These are the key basics in a wedding and having the right place to tie the knot is as important. It has to be the right place for friends and family to gather and celebrate this occasion. It is something to consider what is best for you and there are a lot of options and factors to account for. How do you pick which ballroom, restaurant, or church to be the right venue for this glorious occasion? Choosing the best wedding venue is incredibly important.
First, discuss this with the wedding planner as they are really familiar with the space, layout, and time it takes to convert into the central wedding setting. Planners can come up with a way to maximize the space that could make the wedding fit in perfectly. Next, look at a venue that matches with what wedding you want to be and what you envision.If it is totally indoors or outdoors, or maybe an indoor place where there is plenty of natural light. Choose a venue that fits in with what you want for the wedding.
Then, there is the number of guests you’re going to invite because knowing how many will come. Don’t pick a small space where it won’t fit everyone inside; coordinate with the parents because they are paying this and they tend to invite more people than you did.Know what the budget is to accommodate for space, design, and affordability of renting out the venue for the wedding. Be aware of staying within your budget and break it down by category such as focusing on vendors over other things. Don’t pick the venue first, because the cost of it may restrict the budget on the other things.
Going back to the issue of the guests: if inviting many out-of-town guests or going to get married out of the country, get a venue neara hotel, if not right next to it. Consider their comfort as well because, going back to the matter of space, you don’t want them cramped, even when it is still within the room’s capacity. Visualize the chairs and tables get an estimate on what the venue offers compared to what it costs if you rent them from a third party. Get that exact vision right and match it with venue to see if it works as you see it. The venue may be right, but it may be out of sorts with the rest of the pieces.
Finally, and more importantly, stay true to what you want and not be influenced by the outside. A lot of weddings are now based onthe style of other weddings they see online. Askonly yourself on what feels right in what the venue has to be for the moment and to have a space and design that fits. A venue might look greatin a different design scheme, but it may not be the right one for yours. The wedding venue is the stage for the ultimate moment, so get it right.
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