Yes, you are getting married soon, everything is set. You are ready and your boo is also anxiously waiting to tie the knot with you to live happily ever after.
However, if you do not properly plan your D-day well enough, you may end up having regrets, which is not good for the honeymoon series…
One of the things to start up with your planning is to know what to consider when choosing your wedding venue. Brides.com have made it easier by highlighting the 3 basic things to consider:
- Make sure the venue you are considering can handle the guests coming: You need to consider the guests coming for your wedding and make sure you get a venue that has the space to accomodate all. I am sure you would not want to have your family and friends standing outside the premises because of capacity deficiency.
- Find out if the venue is full service or not: There really are two very different types of wedding venues, full service and not full service. A full-service wedding venue most of the time offers everything from table and chair rentals to linens and catering supplies while a non-full service venue most of the time only offers you space and it is up to you to fill in the rest. This means you will be responsible for booking all of the vendors for the wedding day. Either way, some venues have required vendors that they want you to work with, so that is something to figure out before you the book space.
- Ask, ask and ask again: Making a list and asking all the questions you have about a venue is important but not as important as asking that same question to multiple people associated with the venue. Depending on who you are dealing with and what their role is at the venue, you might get different answers but make sure you ask your questions to everyone — from the catering manager to the business manager, from the event planner to the security.
For more information on things to consider before choosing a wedding venue, you can read more from huffingtonpost
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