27 Apr How to Pick the Perfect Wedding Venue
Every single aspect of a wedding is important. From the dress to what people are going to be eating at the reception, all of these aspects play a significant role that won’t be forgotten.
Along with the dress and the menu, the party venues are equally as important. You’re going to need a place to celebrate with your friends and family after you say “I Do,” so it’s important to make sure you pick the best venue for you and your day. Here are some tips for choosing the perfect wedding venue.
Speak with a Wedding Planner
To make picking a wedding venue extremely easy for you and your future spouse, speak with a wedding planner. A planner will have a bunch of different venues in mind that they can show you potential places to celebrate your big day. They know what needs to go in the venue and the style you are looking for, so they’re definitely going to be able to give you some great suggestions. Using a wedding planner can take a huge weight off of your shoulders. Roughly 50% of women say planning their wedding was more stressful than they imagined, with a reported 11 hours each week spent planning. Since you’ll have a planner, you won’t be the one scrambling to find the perfect party venues.
Know How Many People You’re Inviting
Before you even go look at spaces for a wedding and reception, you need to think about how many people you are inviting. If you plan to invite 300 people to your wedding, you need to find a space that’s going to accommodate that many guests. If you find a space you truly love but you know it’s not going to fit your entire guest list, consider narrowing it down a few people or finding someplace else. If you pick wedding spaces that are too small and invite too many people, some guests may be left without seats, causing you stress on your wedding day.
Keep Your Budget in Mind
When you’re planning a wedding, everything is going to cost you money. And if you don’t have enough money saved up to pay for everything, it’s not going to be pretty. Just like choosing a wedding dress or a car, don’t even bother looking at a place that’s completely out of your price range. Unless the venue is willing to negotiate on the price, it’s best not to even take a peek. You don’t want to disappoint yourself.
So, now that you have an idea of a few ways to pick the perfect wedding venue, it’s time to start planning. Make sure you’re keeping the few suggestions listed above in mind when searching for your dream party venues. It’ll help you out a ton.