Choosing the Perfect Wedding Venue For You

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One of the most important things to consider in wedding plans is your venue. Since about 30% of brides start planning their weddings about a year in advance and spend 7-12 months planning their wedding, you have time to scope out potential areas to hold your wedding. The appearance of wedding halls will shape your reception and the atmosphere. Do you want grand wedding halls, a simpler banquet hall, or an outdoor venue? One of the most popular wedding venues is a banquet hall.
Items to Consider When Choosing a Wedding Venue
What season do you want to have your wedding? Finding a venue that has appropriate heating or cooling systems is important. If you have an outdoor wedding and reception, you’ll want to have a place that has the potential for indoor seating in case of weather. Will you have a themed wedding? Is the location central to the theme? For example, if you’re having a medieval themed wedding, a hotel space might not be the best venue for you to choose.
Why Choose A Banquet Hall?
Banquet halls are great wedding halls for a few reasons. First of all, they’re pretty party planner friendly, so if you hire a planner for your wedding, that aspect will be easier for them. Your party planner can set a specific time for the event and set a cut off time. Additionally, banquet halls take some of the pressure off of extensive clean up after the event is over and ensure that the guests are comfortable. If you’re having a large wedding, you can usually find cheaper banquet hall rentals than renting out say, a hotel space, or other large area. Banquet halls also come in a variety of sizes, so you’re sure to find one that fits your need.
Where Can I Find a Banquet Hall to Rent?
Since banquet halls tend to be pretty common, you can look in the local yellow pages or even run a quick Google search. If you’re having the wedding in an area you know well, you or friends probably know of a few good quality places that you can inquire at. Wedding planning sites usually have lists of good venues to look at as well and are usually geographically categorized.
Talk to other friends or family members who may be able to recommend places for wedding receptions or tips to smooth out the whole process. Planning a wedding can be very stressful, so it’s good to get the big pieces–venue, photographer, and guest list out of the way toward the beginning.