The question has been asked, the ring has been placed on your finger, and a date has been set. Now, it is time to decide where you will hold the “big” day of your life!
The location of your wedding ceremony and reception will be something you remember for the rest of your life. After your wedding day has passed, it will be immortalized in your photographs. So selecting a meaningful venue will benefit you in the years to come.
So, use this guide to help you clarify how your chosen venue will contribute to the overall feel of your special day. The following points will help you select the ideal location to say “I do.”
Allow Your Wedding Vision To Guide You
It goes without saying that you want your wedding day to have a certain “feel” to it, is not it? So, if you want a relaxed, all-natural ceremony with a few close friends- a modern art gallery is probably not the place to be.
On the other hand, dragging chairs through the sand on the beach probably won’t work if you want an elegant, polished wedding day. So, to sort out the list of wedding day service providers, start with your wedding vision.
Your Guests Are Important
When it comes to selecting a venue for a wedding event, your guest list will play a significant role in where you ultimately tie the knot. The number of people who can fit into your venue space will be the most crucial factor for your guests. For example- a guest list of more than 300 people will not work in a small country church. Furthermore, you do not want your wedding photos to show your guests crammed into a venue like sardines.
So make sure to choose your wedding venue considering the number of guests you will have.
Research Before You Choose
As you start your search for the ideal venue, some basic online research may assist you in narrowing the field. Wedding blogs and forums are excellent resources for learning about what other brides have done and what has worked well in various venues. These websites can pique your interest and help you visualize what you want your wedding day to look like. Otherwise, you can do a quick search on Google.
In A Nutshell
Wedding venue shopping can be stressful, but it can also be a ton of fun envisioning your day with your partner. So trust your gut. Hopefully, this blog will help you choose the best place for your wedding. Feel free to contact us any time.