Among all your wedding elements, the place where you would like to say ‘I do’ is one of the most important. The ambience of the place should be such that you will feel delighted and can enjoy your big day to your heart’s content. But, there are many other factors too, which you will have to consider. Here are some.
1. Consider Your Choices
You will have to choose a venue depending upon the number of your guests, location and also, your wedding theme. You should allocate a good amount of time and budget to find your dream venue as there are so many options to think upon and look at. From stand-alone tipis to manor houses, there’s something for every type of couple, you just have to make your decision.
2. Consider What You Want
First of all, consider what type of wedding you want and accordingly set a budget with cautious consideration to what type of venue you can afford. Discuss with your fiancé whether uniqueness is important to you, and if it is, what the cost would be.
Have you always wanted that your wedding should take place in the presence of only select guests? If you have, something like Slate Venues in North Dallas is the best option! They offer more than 11,000 sq ft of space which is simple yet elegant, allows maximum flexibility and give you and your guests a feeling of a smaller, more intimate wedding.
Or you can even choose a church, a hotel or even a garden marquee for tying the knot depending upon your liking and budget.
3. Consider Your Wedding Theme
Whether you should choose a theme that will suit the venue or first choose a theme and then start exploring venue suitable to your theme is entirely your choice. You may have dreamed for your entire life that you will have your wedding in a certain style with a certain theme. If that is the case, you may look for a venue that will suit your theme. If you haven’t decided on a particular theme, you may first choose the venue and then decide a suitable theme.
A boutique hotel and a glamorous dazzling wedding may go hand in hand, while for a vintage wedding a country house or barn is the most appropriate. For a garden theme, a marquee is the best, while a venue like Slate Venues can accommodate, by far, any theme.
Food is also an important wedding element and while booking the venue you should check whether it’s obligatory for you to hire a caterer of their choice or you can bring in your own. Some venues like Slate Venues are fine with any of these options as they have their own fantastic catering service, but they happily work with a caterer of your choice too.
Consider these tips while booking your wedding venue and enjoy your big day to the fullest!