By Amalda Walter. Wedding Venue. Published at Friday, July 05th, 2019 - 01:10:49 AM.
Is there any transport options? Be sure public transport is available, venue is easily accessible, and there is enough parking space for the guests. If there is no transport, you might want to arrange your own for your guests.
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.
If you have decided a few of your favorite wedding venues and you are almost there to sign on your final venue, there are certain things you need to look for. Here are some of the important questions to ask when picking 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.
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