Booking your venue for a wedding
A great question to ask a potential venue manager is ‘Can you recommend any suppliers for your wedding?’ It can be a very overwhelming and stressful to have to find your own suppliers for flowers, entertainment and catering, because there are so many of them out there. If a venue manager can guide you in the right direction, you can be confident that they understand what works well in the venue and what is expected of them. Most venue managers are really good at finding the best suppliers, and this won’t cost any more than if you were to find them yourself.
If you are getting married at the venue, make sure you know which registrar to call and find out if they are available for the date and time you want. They are often very busy, and you don’t want to book a venue and then realize they can’t marry you at the time you were planning. It so often can be an oversight as you get caught up in the excitement of arranging the venue, food, flowers and dress, but it is one of the most important parts of your wedding so don’t forget about it!
Is there somewhere inside the venue where the bride can get ready and make the final touches to her hair and make-up? If you are getting changed off-site or coming straight from the church, it is nice to have a little hideaway before the rest of the day can begin. This should be the #1 thing to look for when booking a venue for your wedding.
When you have a look around, is there a certain spot which will work brilliantly for pictures? After all, you are going to keep these images for ever, so having a background that really takes you back and shows off the venue’s stunning features is vital. If the venue has an outside space often this will give you great options, think long lasting memories of your garden party venue.
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