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5 Things To Look For When Choosing A Wedding Location

07:22 Frederick fulton 0 Comments

A wedding is one of the most important days of any person’s life. And it is essential that a perfect venue is found to celebrate the special day to its fullest. If there is a marriage coming up, and you are in charge of picking up a good venue, then this post is for you. Below, we look at five factors you should consider before choosing a wedding location.

Seating Capacity

Once you determine how many guests will attend the event, you need to compare it with the seating capacity of the room. Ideally, the seating capacity of the venue must only be sufficient enough to hold all guests. If it is too much, then it will simply be a waste of money to book the venue.


Services

Another factor is the extra services offered by the place. If many guests are coming from distant places, then you will have to arrange accommodations for them. So, check whether the venue does offer guest accommodation or not. Similarly, ask yourself whether you need an in-house or off-site caterer? Check the meal offerings of the venue and take a sample taste test to see whether that would be good enough for the big day or whether you will have to hire an outside caterer. 

Eating And Party Areas

Check to see whether there are designated eating and party areas at the venue. And like the main wedding room, the eating and party room should not be too small that guests get cramped in them. You also need to make sure that there are no obstructions in the hall, like pillars and such. This can cause too much confusion and congestion while partying hard to the music. Additionally, always get a party room that is shaped like a square or rectangle. Party rooms designed in an S-shape, L-shape, etc. should be avoided.

Event Manager

Look at whether the venue does offer a dedicated event manager. When planning the wedding and conducting it, there will be times when you will have to arrange for many things. As such, a dedicated event manager can help you ride such tough situations easily. If you have to choose between a location that offers an event manager and one that does not offer an event manager, we suggest that you go with the first one if the price is not excessively high.

Parking

Many people make the mistake of never considering the parking facility provided by the venue. And this can actually turn disastrous later on, especially if the venue is located in a high traffic area. Therefore, always visit the parking spot and look at how many vehicles it can hold at any given point in time. So, if you have invited about 500 guests, and expect about 100 cars at the event, then the parking spot must be able to hold a minimum of 100 cars.

And if you are looking for a perfect wedding venue down the road from Silverstone, then be sure to check out the Crockwell, which is regarded as one of the best places to conduct a wedding in Northamptonshire. 

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