By Amall Vogel. Wedding Venue. Published at Thursday, July 25th, 2019 - 13:07:11 PM.
Coordination. Once you’re happy you’ve found your perfect wedding venue, pay your deposit, get a receipt and ensure it’s fully booked for you on your wedding day. Try and take a few family members or close friends to see the venue before your big day. Not only does it make them feel more involved you can get their opinions and ideas. Make sure you visit the wedding venue a month or two before your big day to discuss with the management of the venue what you can and can’t do.
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.
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?
Reckoning Seating Capacity. The second most important thing to consider is to personally observe the seating capacity. It is important to accommodate all your local and international guests at the same location. Determining the full capacity of the venue is the best thing to have in mind. In identifying the suitability of the wedding place you should also ascertain its past record. References from other people are helpful in this regard and help you find a better place.
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