So you have arranged the estimated date of when you will get married. Now you just need to discover that wedding venue. Begin by asking around any colleagues, family or friends if they can suggest a good venue for you to check out. I think when my spouse and i were hoping to find a wedding venue we researched about 6 different locations. Finally, the wedding venue we ended up choosing was on recommendation from my mum’s friend.
If you have not arranged the date regarding when you are planning to get married, you really should think about getting married at a different time and not on a Weekend. Saturday night or even on a Saturday afternoon are generally a much more expensive. I have read about some venues offering special discounts in case you have your wedding during the weekday. Do a research with the recommended venue just what days are not as popular and when you really love the venue and are unable to find the day or date you want, and then think about booking on a day which is not popular. Also think about a less favorite season as well. Just be aware of days like Valentines, as rates have a tendency to rise around that period.
You also need to take into account how much you as well as your fiancé have enough money to spend. This can help to get rid of any venues which are too costly for your spending budget. Try to investigate around where you live to find out what venues are available. You should also try to find a location that matches your style and personality. If you are in the country you will probably find a location in an old barn and hold the wedding party there.
If you feel that you don’t want to have a wedding ceremony in a church, you may always decide to get married in a wonderful garden or even near the beach. My spouse and I have a wedding in the garden for reception venue, so because of this the guests would not need to go to the reception. Having your wedding reception and ceremony at the same venue might stretch your budget as you do not need to decorate 2 venues.
When you are considering each of the suggested wedding venues, keep in mind of what you like and dislike on each location. Inquire if you possibly can take pictures of the venue, if not allowed then request a brochure. Make sure what the exclusions and inclusions of each wedding venue have on offer, there is no need to get any shocks one the big day of your wedding. Does it cost extra for parking? Do they have offer accommodation? I highly recommend choosing a Wedding Venue with Accommodation for your comfort and secure feeling.
You should take into account how large the venue is and how many visitors you are going to invite on your wedding. When you are traveling around to check each venue take a look at what the parking is like as well.