By Amett Beck. Wedding Venue. Published at Tuesday, June 11th, 2019 - 14:31:57 PM.
Reckoning Seating Capacity. The second most important thing to consider is to personally observe the seating capacity. It is important to accommodate all your local and international guests at the same location. Determining the full capacity of the venue is the best thing to have in mind. In identifying the suitability of the wedding place you should also ascertain its past record. References from other people are helpful in this regard and help you find a better place.
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?
Costs. Lets face facts, the venue and reception can easily be the most expensive part of your big day, but only if you want it to be. Depending on what your personal choice is, whether it’s a grand Victorian house you’ve rented for the day, or the local church hall, ensure you set your budget and stick to it.
Wedding blogs are another useful online resource and nowadays, more and more couples are turning to blogs such as Style Me Pretty, 100 Layer Cake, OnceWed and Rock n Roll Bride for their wedding inspiration. They are well worth investigating.
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