One of the most vital things to get right when you are getting married is picking the venue. Remember that the venue is the backdrop to the either the celebration or the entire day, and it can have a huge effect on everything from the food to the service. In fact. it’s such a big deal that you should put in the effort to pick a venue that matches perfectly with your day. Read on to find out how to do this.
Some folks can’t imagine getting married without all of their friends and family along side them. Which is fine if you have a relatively small circle, but if you have a large extended family it can cause some real issues.
Just finding a place that is big enough to fit in chairs and tables for over 200 people can be a real challenge. As many venue can only cater up to 150 max.
Of course, there are a few around that can hold more like The Bristol Harbour Hotel. But most can only accommodate this number with a marquee pitched on the lawn. Which means you are best off having a summer wedding to ensure that the weather is as good as possible.
Vintage weddings are super popular at the moment and this trend show no sign of slowing down. You have the old school Hollywood glamour type, which is all about diamonds, black and white and, classic elegance. Then there are the English rose vintage type with teacups, bunting and lot of flowers.
But it’s no good spending all of that time and money of a wonderful theme if the venue itself does not fit. That is why you have to pick one that will mesh with your vintage decoration in a seamless way. So invest a little time in considering places like The Wood Norton wedding venues, or Alrewas Hays. As then you can be sure that you can make it work perfectly for your day.
We are kind of in the era of anything goes with weddings which means that you are quite within your rights to have a much more informal do than was previously fashionable.
But what venue would this best? Well, why not try hiring a yurt tent, complete with fire pit, for a super informal, festival atmosphere? Or, if that’s not your thing what about hiring our yours and your partners favourite bar and having a darn good knees up, without all the fuss and bother?
Small weddings are known to be intimate and meaningful, but it can be a mistake to think finding a venue for such a wedding will be easy. This is because most dedicated venues are set up for medium sized weddings, and may be too expensive or too big to be suitable.
Instead why not consider a registery office ceremony and then hire out a private room in your favorite restaurant? Then you will have a dedicated space for your wedding breakfast that will have a great atmosphere, even though there is just a few of you.