The next big decision after setting the date is choosing the location for your wedding. It can also seem overwhelming. But, because we have been able to turn many a confused couple into a calm bride and groom-to be with our expert planning skills we are familiar with how to pick the best place.
Although many of these questions will come to mind immediately when planning a wedding ceremony, some answers might take a bit more time. That’s why our experts are available to help. They can answer all your questions and many more.
1. What’s right for you
You know better than anyone what kind of wedding you are looking for. All of it is part of the fun! Are you going for a church wedding? Do you wish to have your wedding ceremony and reception in the exact same place? If so, you need to find a license to conduct civil ceremonies. This is something we can assist you with, regardless of whether you are looking for help in selecting a venue or to arrange your wedding at another location. Simply let us know the details and our planners will take care of the rest.
If you are considering a traditional or formal wedding, consider what you would like to do. Or if you want something more unconventional. This will affect the kind of venue you choose, as well as whether or not it can accommodate all your requirements. You’ll also need to consider whether your venue will permit you to bring in your own suppliers.
2. Your wedding date
If you are determined to marry on a specific date such as an anniversary, make sure you choose a venue which is available that day. It really all depends on whether you are more concerned about the time or whereabouts. It is important to remember that many venues are highly sought-after during the summer months. They can often be booked years in advance. High summer is also peak season for weddings so wedding venues Singapore are usually priced accordingly. You may be looking for some savings, but are flexible with your dates, then weddings on Sundays and weekdays can be an excellent option.
What is more important, the venue or the guestlist? A chicken-and-egg paradox is where one can determine the other. If you want a small venue and small guests, it is sensible to choose a smaller one.
If you are in love with a venue, but it is for a party smaller than you expected, what should you do? It’s possible to make your guestlist first and then shop around for a place that fits your needs.
While it can be a bit trite to talk about wedding costs, it’s an essential part of choosing a venue. Knowing your wedding budget can help you choose the best venue. If you have a smaller budget, determine where you will spend your money and where to save. Is it better to spend more money on your catering than your venue or vice versa? Or offer your guests some amazing entertainment. Determine how much you are willing to spend and add a contingency to cover any unexpected costs. After that, have some serious conversations about what you should spend on each element.
Traditional weddings are held in the bride’s hometown. Today, it is more common for couples to choose a venue that is near where they live or close to home. Your decision about whether you choose to marry in a particular city or another country is crucial. Each has its pros and cons. Country and city weddings offer more venues and gorgeous scenery to use for photographs. However, they are often far more difficult to access, less accessible, and lack other amenities. The city wedding can be stylish and trendy, and it is easy to plan.
Your feelings about your venue are very important. However, you must also consider whether the location is within easy reach of family and friends. You should also consider whether there are enough amenities to make the trip worth it for guests who travel far. Is there enough entertainment planned for remote country weddings?
DELIBERATION ON YOUR VENUE. THE CHECK LIST
Now that you’re familiar with the basics of what’s available, it’s time for you to get to the crux of the matter to help you make a decision about where to go.
With that in mind, here’s a list of factors that might help you make an informed decision:
Do I prefer a religious or secular ceremony?
Do I want the ceremony/reception to take place in the same space?
Do I really, truly love it? Or is it just a ‘contender’?
In which season should I get married
Is there a venue that is available on the time I need it?
Can I be flexible about the date, if it isn’t available at that time?
Can I afford my chosen date?
Is it the right size to accommodate my guest list?
Are there any restrictions on making the guest lists smaller or bigger?
To save money, am I willing to consider having an off peak or weekday wedding?
Is it in a good location?
Is it accessible for guests (ie transport, accommodation and accessibility)?
How important is outer space?
Can the venue offer all entertainment options, such as fireworks?
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