Wedding venues can really test your guts like hell. Often taken lightly by the bride and groom, but once they enter into this task, they can really feel the heat. There are tons of things to consider before finding suitable wedding venues. It is better to list down your preferences for a venue beforehand, and then go out in the field. So now, you‘re probably thinking about the priorities in selecting the proper venue. Well, here are a few points to consider before you start searching a venue:
- Little Girl’s Dream Wedding Venue
It is a white lie if you deny of dreaming about your wedding since an early age. Come on, every girl has thought about it atleast once in a lifetime and it is pretty much normal. Now you’re supposed to just get back to that dream image and focus on the place and environment, which will reveal the kind of wedding you’ve always wanted: full-on party, a typical wedding event or a casual and soothing wedding occasion. Once you know your type of wedding, finding a complementary wedding venue is much easier.
- You Need to Visit the Place
It is a huge blunder that couples commit; they just finalize the venue, without visiting the place in person. Photographs can reveal a little about the venue, but visiting the actual place once, before settling, always help in decision making. It has happened many times that some places touch the cord in photographs, but in reality, they turn out to be ugly. So, it is highly recommended to pay a visit to your would-be wedding venue for maximum satisfaction.
- Wedding Date: the Farther, the Better
Another thing in the check list is wedding date. For wedding venues, you must have extra time for selection. Anything above six months means that you can have your kind of wedding venue, without any compromise. But if less than six months, better be ready for being flexible.
- Your Guests Should Feel Best
Your wedding shouldn’t only be memorable for you, but for your guests as well. Make sure the venue you choose has more than enough space for roaming, with so many tables.
Moreover, take care of separate rooms for dinner, dancing and ceremony ? you don’t want everything to happen on a single place as it would look messy.
The last thing here is to hire the place, exclusively. There are some hotels that organize more than one wedding at the same place. Though the arrangements are entirely separated, but still to make your guests more comfortable, book the entire venue.
- Here Comes The Daddy of All: Budget
Budget is the sole factor that can make it or break it. So, you better know how much you have in your pocket for a wedding venue, before thinking about it seriously. Budget knowledge will never let you cross the line and you shall never end up loving a place which you cannot afford ? so it’s wise to figure out your budget at the very beginning.