Consider These 5 Things When Choosing Your Wedding Venue

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1.What kind of venue are you after?
Choosing the perfect wedding venue is tough right!? A unique, sleek and stylish venue should always be top of the list! There are so many spectacular, unusual venues out there,
it’s so easy to get carried away with looking in wedding magazines filled with adverts for hotels and barns when you’re choosing a wedding venue but believe us, there’s so much more out there to feast your eyes on, you just have to be decisive in knowing deep down what you DON’T want and where to look.

2. Do you want a religious ceremony?
If you do, great, you will probably want to get married in a religious setting followed by a reception. If not, there are many other options available these days from hand fasting ceremonies to non-religious without rituals, with rituals but no religious elements, religious in feel, but not in practice, civil ceremonies and probably a few I’ve missed. Just ask your venues when you call/ send your enquiry through. If you have other religious beliefs and are choosing a wedding venue you might want to consider having the ceremony at a neutral location, like a church hall, camping site or pub. Choosing a wedding venue to fit your beliefs is important and needn’t be stressful.
3. Do you want your wedding to be a mini break with activities?
Lots of venues we visit with our Photobooths, Magic Mirrors, DJs, Sweet Carts etc have some really cool activities for you and your guests to take part in if you are having a little holiday whilst throwing your nuptials. Just ask when you enquire to see whats available!

4. How many guests do you want? Are all of them able bodied? Are there prams to consider?
When you are choosing a wedding venue you might need to consider guests who can’t get around that easily. So many places these days have easy access for wheels, however, if you are wanting to get married down on the beach below a castle in Scotland or a beach with an amazing view in Santorini and you do have very elderly relatives who you adore and wouldn’t want to upset you might want to reconsider, maybe have photos of just you two in the more remote setting, there’s a way around everything!

5. What time do you want to stop partying?
A selected few wedding venues we’ve visited with our equipment have a no lights out policy which is great if you’re thinking of having an after party for friends only, this is an increasingly popular option people!! Most venues do have a time that they want you and your guests to leave by, make sure your guests are aware of this if cabs and lifts need to be sorted.