The venue is one of the things without which the wedding simply cannot take place. Along with the attire of the bride and groom, it is one of the first and foremost things that get the attention, and rightly so.
Since the venue is also one of the most important aspects as far as the total budget is concerned, there are a number of considerations you would do well to figure into the shortlisting stage.
Keep in mind also that the most popular wedding venues in the city are busy all year round, which means you should try to book at least a couple of months in advance, if not six.
Save The Date fully understands the place the venue occupies in the hearts and minds of the wedding couple. Hosting the guests, catering, space, and most importantly, heavenly sights for the photography and videography all depend on it.
Because of this, we work extra hard to make sure that the venue we organize for you not only fulfills all the logistical needs, but also has the sights and aesthetic value you are yearning for.
When You Start Planning
At the time you are compiling a list of the places you want to give priority to, broadly there are three factors you should have an approximate grip on.
These are your budget, the number of guests, and the theme of the event.
The next step is to contact the top venues on your list and be sure you are booking a few months in advance. Not only will this help you ensure availability, it will give a rough timeline on when the other important parts of the arrangements need to be done.
Important Factors in Venue Decisions
The location of the venue mainly has connotations for the guests. If you are aware that many will be travelling to the wedding from out of the city of country, a hotel or venue near the airport could make things a lot easier for them.
On the other hand, while the city is home to some delectable destinations, some of these can be far from the inner city limits, which means you will have to make room for long travel times.
How much you decide to spend on the venue alone depends mostly on the taste and choice of the couple. For many to-be-weds, the venue is the most important consideration, and therefore undergoes no compromise.
For others, it might be useful to consider that the venue might be a possible area you can scale back on not only to save the overall budget, but make room for a more impressive dinner menu.
Theme And Environment
Many couples may not realize that choosing a venue that best matches your wedding theme could help you save money. This is because the closer it is to the kind of wedding ambience you want, the less decorating and planning you will need to do separately.