By Amalda Walter. Wedding Venue. Published at Saturday, June 29th, 2019 - 09:53:01 AM.
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.
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.
Once you have a rough idea of when you’d like to get married, the next stage is to spend time visiting different wedding venues to see which of them suits your wedding plans and most importantly your wedding budget. The idea of finding the most romantic castle to hold your wedding may be everyone’s dream, but if it is well and truly out of your price range, then you need to think again. There are more then enough wedding venues for you to find the perfect one for you, so don’t rush, take your time and find somewhere that you can both agree on.
Is there any provision to host your reception and ceremony at one venue? Look for the spaces available for each and everything in your ceremony to your reception and cocktail hour. Does the venue make transition smoother for the guests? Is there any option to escape for quick bite with your partner before cocktail? Consider what options are available for you?
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