By Adal Keller. Wedding Venue. Published at Sunday, May 26th, 2019 - 09:40:23 AM.
If you are planning a big wedding breakfast at the venue, speak to your wedding venue and ask how they will arrange all the tables, they may say they can accommodate hundreds of wedding guests but if they are sticking tables down the corridor, your guests will feel left out. In short, when searching for the perfect venue, ensure you visit the venue, don’t just choose it from photos or the internet, and try to visualise your wedding party being held there.
However, for most newly engaged couples the task ahead can sometimes seem daunting. For many, the first port of call will be the internet where you can practically lose yourself in a maze of wedding resources. We suggest you spend an hour or two online together and immerse yourselves in this strange new world of weddings. Confetti and Hitched are useful UK resources, among many others, whilst Martha Stewart and The Knot are excellent sites that focus on the American wedding market where lots of our trends first originate.
So if you are planning a wedding without the aid of a wedding planner, your first concern should be to find the wedding venue. Naturally, the style of venue directly impacts on the style of wedding for it will shape the entire style, theme and décor of the whole day’s proceedings. So after having set a date and a budget (actual or approximate), you need to decide what style of wedding you are after. No doubt some brides (and grooms!) will have been dreaming about their wedding for months or years before they are engaged and will have an idea about the style of wedding they want.
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.
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