Tips on Picking Your Wedding Location

If you are going to say “I do” to someone, don’t you think you should do it in a place and setting that’s beautiful and will bring back memories? Surprising if you don’t already know, but it is time you realized that selecting a wedding venue is one of the most important decisions to make when planning one’s wedding.

This might turn out to be a perplexing exercise for most people, as there are so many eye-catching options to pick from. Do you fall into that category? Even if you don’t, here are tips to guide you so can pick the best place to say your vows.

Location

 

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Do you want to get married in the UK or overseas? Try to picture what your ideal wedding looks like and decide whether you want it to be abroad or in the UK. If it is in the UK, do you want it close to your home or far away? Consider your family and friends, the people you want to attend your wedding, and select a place that would be suitable for all or the majority to attend.

You can narrow down your options by picking an area you want to get married and then select from possible venues in that area.

Pick A Venue That Suits You

 

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It is paramount that a couple selects a venue that matches both of their personalities and style. No matter what you pick, a wedding on the beach or a wedding in a five-star hotel, make sure it reflects the personas of the bride and the groom.You would definitely not want to get married in a place you’re not comfortable with, that’s for sure.

Consider The Wedding Date

 

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Picking the date for your wedding is just as important as picking the wedding venue, if not more. You have to choose the time of the year you want to get married or you could narrow it down by picking a month of the year. Sometimes you could even be as specific as picking the exact day you want to get married, probably because that day is special to you. But bear it in mind that wedding venues get booked more often in some periods of the year so you would have to consider the venues available at the particular time you want Your wedding to hold.

Your Guests

 

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Do you want an elaborate wedding of over 500 guests?Or you want a small wedding with a guest list of 20 people? This should be put into consideration when picking a wedding venue. Choose a venue that has enough space to accommodate your 300, or a place that can give you the intimacy you seek with your 20 guests.

Have A Look At The Place Again

 

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When you feel you might have found the perfect place to hold your wedding, go back to have a look at it again. Have a second look, or even a third look, but ensure that you visit the venue more than once. Check for flaws, stand out features, things you might or might not like. You would most likely be unable to notice everything during your first visit so it is advisable that you go there again, so that your supposed perfect venue does not end up being a regret.

Work With Your Budget

 

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Whatever you do, always stick to your budget. Whether you go for a venue that comes with a wedding planner or you go for a DIY, do not exceed your budget. You do not want to spend so much on the wedding venue and then come short of taking care of other expenses. Make sure you have a budget and use it as a guide. Be rest assured that you can find a perfect wedding venue that is well within your budget.

Use these tips religiously and be sure to find the perfect place to say your vows and kiss your bride or groom.

 

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