By Amall Vogel. Wedding Venue. Published at Thursday, August 01st, 2019 - 03:29:24 AM.
Find out the times you can access it from, what time you need to be out by. Speak to the caterers and ensure the dining that you need is properly organised. Check what things the wedding venue will provide, and what you’re expected to organise. Things like a large silver knife or cake stand, if these are not provided by the wedding venue, you’ll need to organise them yourself of face an awkward moment when it comes to cutting your wedding cake. Find out when your wedding DJ can get it to set up, all the little things need consideration, make a list and ask all the questions of your wedding venue.
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.
If you book a wedding venue that does not arrange your catering needs or is simply a hall hire, consider the costs of what else you may need to make it a perfect venue, food, drinks, crockery & cutlery, decorations, DJ, service staff – they all add up. Spend time working out your figures and decide what suits your wedding budget.
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.
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