Are You Making Wedding Plans for Your Big Event?

In the Montessori classrooms of your youth you remember learning that life is about the process. From the math lessons about units, tens, hundreds, and thousands to the blue and red sensory rods, you learned at the youngest age that it is important to enjoy the process of every educational opportunity. Perhaps it is this beginning that has you so interested in the planning of your wedding. While your mother is sometimes stressed about the meetings to visit ballroom wedding venues, you never tire of looking at the possibilities. With a generous budget from your parents, it does not seem to be the price of the venues that bothers your mother, but the process of looking at another location. She is excited about the dresses and the menus, the guest lists and the seating charts, but she is weary of looking at another ballroom wedding venue.

You, on the other hand, are still excited about every single process of planning your once in a lifetime event.

Unique Wedding Venues Continue to Grow in Popularity
From Miami wedding halls to unusual wedding venues in the mountains of Colorado, there are many couples who are looking for the perfect setting for their perfect day. One of the first tasks on this list for almost any couple is to secure the venues for both the wedding and the reception. Finding these spots, however, can take both patience and time, so it is important to make sure that you are starting these tasks early enough.

Although they may have been less common in the past, today as many as 35% of weddings are now outdoor occasions. In some cases, these outdoor occasions require alternate locations in case the weather does not cooperate. The fact that nearly half, in fact 48%, of couples research reception venues online means that all of this planning is possible.

When you realize that as many as 40% of brides and grooms-to-be are looking for unusual venues that better reflect their personality you begin to understand the reason for starting these searches early and finding a way to enjoy even the most challenging of processes.