Top 10 Tips for Choosing Your Wedding Venue
Generally speaking, by the time one is prepared to book a venue for their wedding, most people already tend to have a preference re the venue, this could be because of many reasons e.g. they attended someone's wedding at that venue and enjoyed it, had heard a lot of praise of the venue, or had just casually visited the venue before and loved it. However, incase
1. Choose a venue to suit your taste
Every couple is unique, so work as a team to find a venue that includes both of your tastes. Whether you go for a modern loft, a simple beach wedding, a modern hotel, or a grand manor house, choose a venue to suit your personalities combined into one!
2. Stick to your Budget
Yes, it’s true! Finding a gorgeous venue is possible, even on the smallest of budgets. Talk to your partner and decide on how much you’d like to spend on a venue – use ‘budget calculator tools on websites like www.bridebook.co.uk’ to guide you as to how much to spend on your venue based on your budget.
How about having an intimate ceremony at the top of a windmill venue hire from just £200? Being on a budget and being innovative can still be beautiful!
One of the most important decisions you’ll make is where to position your wedding. You’re likely to have family and friends across the country (or perhaps across the world!), so choosing a location will be key to making sure everyone can attend. Consider elderly relatives who may not be able to travel very far or walk up stairs, and it might be worth looking somewhere with great transport connections if everyone is coming from far and wide!
Take into consideration the size of your guest list and what you want to happen on the day. Make sure your venue can accommodate for your large party of 300, or has the perfect intimate ceremony space for you and your 10 guests.
5. Keep an Open Mind
Not every venue will take your breath away. However, some unexpected venues may actually make your wedding day perfect! Keep your mind open to different ideas, themes and locations if possible, as you may be surprised at what you find! How about tying the knot in a riverside cabin, at the zoo, or at a stunning Opera House?!