By Adelita Jung. Wedding Venue. Published at Saturday, June 22nd, 2019 - 12:31:24 PM.
When you visit a wedding venue, don’t just turn up unannounced, not only may there be a wedding or another function already on, but the staff won’t be prepared to show you around properly. Telephone them first, make a proper appointment for one of their staff to meet you, they can then show you around the venue, answer all the questions you have and discuss your wedding plans. They will also be able to tell you whether or not the wedding venue is available for your chosen wedding date.
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.
When it comes to the evening reception, ask the venue if they provide any entertainment, many wedding venues in Essex have their own resident DJ. Check whether this means you have to use their DJ or whether you can hire your own. Again this may make a difference in the cost of hiring the particular venue.
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 meal. You certainly don’t want your wedding guests crammed in, nor do you want guests shoved somewhere at the back of the venue too far away from the top table. Check with the wedding venue if they have their own caterers or whether you need to look for wedding caterers yourself. This will have a significant impact on the costs of hiring the wedding venue.
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