4 Tips for Finding The Perfect Wedding Venue
It’s the biggest day of your life. So not just any place will do.
With a myriad of options, how do you find the perfect place to host your wedding?
Here are four quick tips to keep in mind when searching for the perfect place to celebrate your big day.
More than any other factor, location sets the stage for your special day. Do you picture your event in a sleek urban setting among the twinkling lights of skyscrapers, or along a secluded strand of sand with the waves as nature’s music? Also, your location, more than anything else, will dictate how many guests will be able to attend. Is it easy to get to, or is extensive travel involved? Is there parking nearby, and is there accessibility for those that need it? It is essential for you to pick a location that suits you and makes it easy and enjoyable for your guests to attend.
You and your personality are unique. Pick a venue that fits your style and helps you create your dream wedding. Are you fun-loving with a quirky bent, do you love the idea of a peaceful garden setting, or have you always dreamed of a more traditional setting? Don’t be afraid to explore options that highlight your personality. It is also important for you to remember that it is your big day! Don’t let anyone else make this decision for you.
Does the venue have different options for your budget? Are they willing to work with you? If it’s more important to you have everyone you love attend, ask if there are dining options that will allow for a larger guest list. Ideas like a dessert bar, casual food options, or hors d’oeuvres instead of a full meal are always options. It is a really good idea to have a set budget in mind while you are trying to find a quality venue to use. You definitely don’t want to get tricked into spending more money than you originally wanted to.
Is the venue willing to work with you to make your dreams come true? Or do they insist on doing it their way? Can you bring in your own vendors, or do they make you sign a contract to use their vendors exclusively? A good site to check out is Noah’s Event Venues with locations all over the U.S. to look for a venue that will be flexible and work hard to create your vision, with the people you want to use.
Your wedding should be the best day of your life. Take some time to map out your priorities and find a venue that will handle all the details while keeping within your budget. Give a little thought into where you decide to have your ceremony and reception, and your dreams really can come true.