- 1 You Need To Consider These Things Before You Choose Your Wedding Venue.
- 184.108.40.206 Every wedding has a venue; a place where the ceremony or the reception holds. Your wedding venue can set the tone for the entire celebration, so you shouldn’t choose one in a haste. You need to take the comfort of your guests (and yours, of course) very seriously.
- 220.127.116.11 The location
- 18.104.22.168 Lighting and ventilation
- 22.214.171.124 Your budget
- 126.96.36.199 Your guest list
- 188.8.131.52 The weather
- 184.108.40.206 Extras
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You Need To Consider These Things Before You Choose Your Wedding Venue.
Every wedding has a venue; a place where the ceremony or the reception holds. Your wedding venue can set the tone for the entire celebration, so you shouldn’t choose one in a haste. You need to take the comfort of your guests (and yours, of course) very seriously.
These key things are what you should consider before settling on a wedding venue:
The location of your wedding venue is almost half of the success of your wedding. If it’s too far, people will arrive late and leave on time so that they can get home, and the party will be over before it even begins. You should also consider traffic, the roads and accessibility of the address.
Lighting and ventilation
Lighting and ventilation are very important! Before you decide on a wedding venue, if it’s possible, visit the place while it’s in use for another function. You’ll see how the lighting works, and whether your guests will get enough air as they dance.
How much are you willing to spend? It’s all well and good to have a certain dream hall in mind, but you should always work with the budget you’ve set for the wedding. Choose the best venue that falls within that budget.
Your guest list
Unless you want your guests crammed together like fish, this should be your top consideration before you settle on a venue. Ideally, you should know how many people the venue can sit comfortably and compare that with the estimated number of guests on your list.
You may think the weather doesn’t affect your wedding venue, but it does. During the rainy season, you should choose venues that won’t flood, with good roads and proper drainage so that your guests won’t have to walk through mud to get there.
Does the venue come with seats and tables? Do they have a decoration package inclusive? Are the fans and air conditioning units working properly? Some venues come with other packages like drinks and decoration and seating, but it might be less expensive to just bring your own.
Now that you know how to pick a dream venue, these tips will help you to avoid wedding planning mistakes.