By Amall Vogel. Wedding Venue. Published at Monday, July 08th, 2019 - 02:24:22 AM.
If you are planning a big wedding breakfast at the venue, speak to your wedding venue and ask how they will arrange all the tables, they may say they can accommodate hundreds of wedding guests but if they are sticking tables down the corridor, your guests will feel left out. In short, when searching for the perfect venue, ensure you visit the venue, don’t just choose it from photos or the internet, and try to visualise your wedding party being held there.
When you visit a wedding venue, don’t just turn up unannounced, not only may there be a wedding or another function already on, but the staff won’t be prepared to show you around properly. Telephone them first, make a proper appointment for one of their staff to meet you, they can then show you around the venue, answer all the questions you have and discuss your wedding plans. They will also be able to tell you whether or not the wedding venue is available for your chosen wedding date.
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.
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.
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