Picking a Wedding Venue
You are feeling butterflies in your stomach. You have a feeling that today is the day that the man of your dreams will pop the most important question of your relationship or the woman of your dreams will say 'yes' to the most important question you will have to ask her. And everything just happens perfectly. Now you're done with the engagement part. It is time to prepare for the biggest day of your life--your wedding day.
There are a lot of things to prepare for a wedding. You will need to know who you will be inviting. When will the wedding be? What will be your motif for the wedding? What will be the theme? What food would you want served? Is it going to be a church wedding? Will it be at a hotel? Would you want it at the beach? There are a lot of question that are sure to pop in your head once in a while during the preparation of this once in a life time event.
Of course you would want this to be more than memorable. Your wedding day should be special.
So here are a few wedding planning tips before you choose your wedding venue. There are a lot of wedding venues available. Although you would also need to consider the date of your wedding since there is such a thing called as wedding season and your preferred wedding venue might be booked out.
Although it would be fun to have your wedding on the beach or say somewhere out in the woods, the first thing that every couple should consider in booking their wedding venue is the logistics. Basically you need consider the location of the wedding venue. It is suggested to book a venue that is somewhat near where you are coming from and where a majority of your guests are going to come from. Your guests should be your real and true friends. They will not want to miss out this important day in your life. And so put yourself first and choose a wedding venue that is most comfortable with you. With considering the logistics, you should also consider if the wedding venue will be able to accommodate the guests not only physically but they may have other needs that you would want to cater to. Know more about wedding receptions, visit http://www.huffingtonpost.com/news/wedding-reception/.
It is important that you know how many people you are expecting before you finally book a wedding venue from Belvedere Events & Banquets. Write out a guest list and give them a deadline to confirm. You would not want an oversized wedding venue for a small group of people wouldn't you? So make sure that list is polished right before booking a wedding venue. But there are wedding preparation realities where the venues are booked with tentative number of guests in mind. There are even times when the list of guests are yet to be finalized and it's the wedding proper is only 24 hours away. Yes, this happens.