By Adalhard Hofmann. Wedding Venue. Published at Sunday, June 09th, 2019 - 03:23:48 AM.
Size is an issue. Whoever says size doesn’t matter is wrong. If you have 60 people attended your wedding reception, you want to find a wedding venue that accommodates around 60-80 people. Why get a great venue that holds 150 people then not even half fill it, your wedding guests will be rattling around inside, and all atmosphere will be lost. Assuming you’re planning a DJ or Band for the evening’s entertainment for your wedding guests, then ensure they have enough space to set up their equipment, consider where you can visualise the wedding party dancing and see if there is room for the entertainment to set up.
Then, from this position you can start to focus your search on wedding venues that befit the general style or styles(s) you have in mind. For instance classic or vintage would tend to lead you toward old historic venues, such as castles or stately homes. Whereas contemporary might lead you toward venues that are more of a blank canvas, such as art galleries. And if you are considering funky or maybe chic, you might focus your search on appropriately styled boutique hotels.
A venue has all the required facilities and provides enough space to a large number of people effectively. Most of other wedding arrangements are dependent and influenced by the venue, so it can be said that venue is an important factor for making the wedding event successful or unsuccessful.
Are you planning for destination wedding? How would you keep all your guests comfortable in all kinds of weather? Do you have any ”Plan B” for your wedding locations in case of rain? What if the weather is uncomfortably humid in the month of July? Does the venue have all the arrangements for air-conditioning in indoor areas where guests will stay? What if the weather is chilling cold? Do they have proper arrangements for heating and has enough of comfortable space for guests?
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