Pop the bubbly and let’s celebrate, friend! If you are reading this post, that probably means you are planning a wedding but haven’t decided on a wedding venue. It’s one of the most important steps in wedding planning process and I’ve got a few tips to make it a little less overwhelming.
First, let’s develop a vision. Being able to visualize what you want your wedding to look and feel like is a great first step. Your venue will be one of your largest investments for the day, so making sure it fits your wedding plan is so important.
You can learn more about the beautiful Swan House venue here.
From gardens to ballrooms to an obliging field, there are numerous diverse options for wedding venues. Having a mood board where you save examples that you like with help you narrow down your ideal style. In addition to mood boards, write down words that describe your style (elegant, romantic, southern, coastal, garden, boho, etc)
Here are a few things to consider as you identify your style
You can see more of the unique Waterstone Venue here.
3. Rain Plan
I know rain is the four letter word we don’t want to think about on a wedding day, but having a backup plan in case of bad weather may be an important factor for you, depending on the location and time of year of your wedding. Make sure to ask potential venues about what options will be available to just in case.
4. All inclusive or Partially Inclusive?
Similar to our last tip, make sure you inquire about what is included in your package.
For example, are chairs, tables and liens provided by the venue or will you have to rent those?
Additionally, think about other questions like:
5. Focus on Each Other
Above all, keep your focus on each other and what feels right for your day and you will find your way to the perfect venue. I feel that trusting your gut is always the best option.
You can learn more about the lovely Side Porch venue here.
Send me a message! I would love help.