By Annamaria Zimmermann. Wedding Venue. Published at Monday, July 15th, 2019 - 11:34:47 AM.
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.
Is it large enough to host a huge list of guests and activities you have planned already in your wedding? Here you shouldn’t limit yourself to entertainment and catering when booking your wedding venue. Is there enough space for dancing and entertainment? Do you have enough space for it? Is it has enough space to hang out over cocktails for non-dancers?
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.
Then, from this position you can start to focus your search on wedding venues that befit the general style or styles(s) you have in mind. For instance classic or vintage would tend to lead you toward old historic venues, such as castles or stately homes. Whereas contemporary might lead you toward venues that are more of a blank canvas, such as art galleries. And if you are considering funky or maybe chic, you might focus your search on appropriately styled boutique hotels.
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