A wedding venue is the first and most important decision you will make about your wedding day. Everything from the location to the atmosphere will create the foundation for the day you are planning. We are sharing a few tips for planning your wedding venue.
The First Step to Planning
The wedding venue is the very first detail to plan. Touring a venue is the first and most important step to choosing a venue. Always begin your search for a wedding venue with tours. A private tour is an opportunity to imagine your special day in the space. An all-inclusive wedding venue can create a money-saving bundle with the ceremony and reception space, and include all of the designs and services. Take the most important first step and tour the wedding venue.
Wedding Venue Location
The location of the wedding venue is important. The location should be significant and meaningful to you and your partner. You should consider the distance to an airport, surrounding hotels, accessibility and parking when thinking about your guests. In the end, choose a wedding venue where it matters to you.
The Design of the Wedding Venue
Your theme and personality will be conveyed in the design of your wedding venue. Booking a wedding venue with professional designers and exclusive décor makes the process easy and affordable. All-inclusive venues with a professional wedding designer can help you bring your vision to life. Avoid renting an empty space.
If you book your wedding at an all-inclusive wedding venue, the furnishings, décor and design services are included. If you book an empty venue, you will need to rent furnishing, designs and reinvent the entire space. A blank canvas would probably require a professional designer. You should try to book a venue that provides the furnishings, chinaware, banquet staff, bar services, food managers and day of event coordination services. A bundle of the essential services can save you thousands on the wedding venue.
Create a List
You should create a list of things you want and need your wedding venue to have. The one-stop wedding includes the ceremony and the reception space, which has a few really nice benefits to think about. It definitely avoids the transportation issues and the gap between the ceremony and the reception. Find out the maximum capacity and the possible layout for your ceremony and reception. Make sure there is a bridal and groom suite onsite. Find out how many hours the venue will be available during the event, and before. If you need extra time, you should know whether booking extra hours is a possibility. Create a list of what is important to you, and make sure the wedding venue can deliver.
Crystal Ballroom at Veranda
Crystal Ballroom at Veranda is an all-inclusive wedding venue that bundles the venue, furnishings, services and décor. Step inside of the design studio and choose your linens, chinaware, floral arrangements and elegant décor from exclusive Crystal Ballroom designs. Design your venue with the assistance of the floral design team and professional wedding designers. Bring imagination and plan your magical moments in a wedding venue designed just for you.