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How to Pick a Wedding Reception Venue

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Submitted 2010-04-05 00:00:00
When you're preparing for your wedding, the first thing to keep in mind is to look for a reception venue. Be sure that you'll look for a place where the wedding ceremony and reception can occur. Church is still the preferred place for most couples to hold their wedding ceremony, and the majority has a particular church in mind. In this case, the reception must be considered around the wedding service. Take into consideration the accessibility of the reception for all your guests.

When the formal wedding ceremony is completed, your wedding reception will be the time for you to relax with your family and guests. The reception should reflect the theme of your wedding and should not look like a separate event.

The first thing that you should consider in choosing a venue for your wedding reception is the guests, they should be comfortable with the place. Try to consider the distance and travel time plus accessibility. Also, take into consideration whether children is allowed or not.

The wedding date is also important factor in selecting your dream wedding reception venue. If you're getting married at a popular season of the year, then you might have to negotiate on the venue if it is fully booked. To get the reception venue you wish for, talk to your partner about possibility of changing the wedding date to get that place you've wanted for recption.

The number of guests invited to your reception will play a vital role when picking a venue for your reception. If hundreds of people are attending, then you'll want someplace big enough to accommodate them all, so that they don't feel overcrowded. On the other hand, the room will look empty if you pick a big venue, and there aren't many people attending.

The weather condition is another thing you should consider. Perhaps you would like to spend most of the time outdoors especially when you're preparing for a summer wedding. On the other hand, if you want to hold your wedding on winter times, then it is expected to hold it indoor.

You can't expect your guests to find their own accommodation, or have to drive home after your special day so take into account to offer somewhere to stay for your guests.

Special requirements for your venue are also inevitable such as hiring a band, or other entertainment. Just make sure that there are facilities for people of all ages. The menu you'll pick will need to be special as your wedding. Make sure that it caters to all your guests. Some of your guests may have food allergic reaction so ensure that the venue can accommodate your food requirements.

Before deciding for a venue, it is always wise to visit the place so you can feel if you really like to hold the reception in that place or not. Also, personally talk to management for the whole detail of the reception package from the reception place to financial issues.

The most significant thing that you should keep in mind is that - it's your special day so it is your own prerogative to choose your reception venue. Do not let anyone decide for your own wedding because your wedding reception should be part of the best day of your life.
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