Choosing a wedding venue is one the more important decisions you’ll make during your wedding process. With that in mind, you’ll need to ask some direction questions about the venue to avoid potential problems down the line.
Question: What else is going on at the venue on the day?
Learning about other activities around your wedding allows you to understand what you are getting yourself into. For example, if there is another wedding occurring at the same time in an adjacent room then it might be in your best interest to locate a venue where the whole day is yours. This is especially important for those who want a wedding day that’s private, and you won’t have to deal with the noise of surrounding events.
Question: What are the food options?
Catering for your guests is important, and some venues provide that facility in-house. This option could potentially be worth taking if they provide better deals than those of catering companies.
Question: What is the weather back up plan?
A sunshine wedding is what we all want, but we know what we want and what we get can be two different things. With that in mind, ask if there is a rain back up plan in place and what that part of the venue looks like.
Question: What are the limitations?
Some venues might have limitations that you cannot live without. For example, you might need a very large monitor to play a special video to the audience. If that’s not available then it could be a deal breaker.