By Adalhard Hofmann. Wedding Venue. Published at Saturday, April 20th, 2019 - 20:47:27 PM.
When it comes to the evening reception, ask the venue if they provide any entertainment, many wedding venues in Essex have their own resident DJ. Check whether this means you have to use their DJ or whether you can hire your own. Again this may make a difference in the cost of hiring the particular venue.
Does the venue look the same at the time of year you want to marry? There are chances that you may have visited the venue during summers but your wedding date falls in November. You need to ensure that the venue has same looks, lighting and overall charm during winters as you have seen during summer. Research online or ask for some pictures of events in all seasons from your destination wedding planner to know what to expect on your wedding day.
Once you’re happy you’ve found the right choice for you, place a provisional booking with them, and if necessary pay a small deposit to secure the date. You’ll want to ensure your key family members can make it to Essex for your special day, so phone around and make sure everyone is available, there is nothing worse then booking your wedding only to find someone special is away on holiday and will miss your big day.
Large wedding venues sometimes offer set packages, which include a single price per head for their meal, wine, toast drink and evening buffet. All venues should provide you with a price list before you book anything, check if there is a cost for hiring the venue, on top of the consumables. Some venues charge less for Sunday – Thursday weddings, whilst Fridays and Saturdays are more popular wedding days and may cost more.
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