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.
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
Most wedding venues in Essex not only hold the wedding ceremony, but also allow you to hold your wedding breakfast and of course your evening reception. Again, consider how many guests you will be inviting, and check with the wedding venue how many people they can comfortably seat for the
Unless you’re planning a wedding in a hurry, then take your time to visit a few different venues, ask them how many guests they can seat for the wedding ceremony, ensure this fits with your plans. There is little point looking at a venue that can only sit 40 people
Do your research when it comes to choosing your dream wedding venue to ensure your big day runs smoothly and is just as memorable and magical as you want it to be. Searching the perfect wedding venue for your big day is a huge part of the destination wedding planner
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
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
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
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
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,
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