How to Pick a Wedding Venue

A wedding ceremony planning starts when the wedding venue is known.]   Some couples already have one in mind, while others need to find one.   They need to find a place they can book.   They will have taken care of a large part of planning the wedding. Read more

A venue can be anywhere the couple likes.   They have so many places that would look good with such a ceremony in it.   If you are searching, you will be spoilt for choice.   They will need a guideline.

They have to settle on a particular theme.   They may, for instance, go for an outdoor style wedding, a formal indoor one, one on the beach or by the river banks, or any other choice.   This will narrow down the places they can go to ask for a venue. See about Thames Weddings.

They also need to pick  a favorite season.   There are winter weddings, for example.   The venue management will then notify them of space availability.   The season plays a part in deciding where it shall be held.   You also need to do this early, since the popular venues tend to get overbooked fast.

Prepare your budget well.   There are different rates for each venue.   You will narrow down those that are within your range.   This will also eliminate time wasting on venues that you will eventually not use.   You need to have all venue costs clear, to plan accordingly.

You need to know how many people shall come for the event.   You will Then know where it shall be most suitable.   You need to find a place they shall all fit well.   All your guess showing up should not be a problem.
You also need to determine if you want both parts of the wedding at the same venue.   While deciding on that, you also need to ensure the venue has a backup plan in case the weather changes.   This applies to outdoor events.   You will not miss somewhere they don't mind both parts happening there for the same rate.   If not, look for a closer place nearby.

You need to prepare your visit to the venue well.   You need to know exactly what you want, so that you can express yourself accordingly.   You need to know where you shall get things like full service, support staff, vendors, discounts, allowances for outside catering or onsite catering services.   It can be overwhelming, which risks you not covering all your bases.   You also need to see a contract with all the discussed details, before you sign and take your copy. See more at

You need to know where your distant guests shall be hosted as the ceremony draws near.   Ask if the venue has such provisions, and their rates too.   If they don't, you will have to think o an alternative.
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