To get the right balance, a couple must discuss the key deciding factors at length – the points I’ve outlined will narrow down the list nicely so that making a final choice does not become overwhelming.
(PRWEB UK) 29 July 2014
As one of the UK’s most respected event videographers, Bloomsbury Films have attended a wide range of wedding venues both here and abroad. They share their vast experience by offering essential points for consideration to help couples find the ideal location to celebrate their nuptials.
The vital starting point advises Bloomsbury Films is for the couple to thoroughly discuss their individual vision for the perfect wedding venue and reach an agreement on the idea that both parties are happy with – this ensures there will no unhappy compromises or silent disappointments darkening the Big Day. After all, on one of the most important occasions of a person’s life, they would not want be in setting on anything less than delightful. It’s best to begin with general perspectives rather than getting overly granular, such as deciding on the mood both people are after e.g. elegant country manor or contemporary banquet hall in a city.
Another crucial factor to finding the most suitable wedding venue is to settle on a budget and stick to it. This will narrow down the hunt tremendously, as well as help the couple avoid getting stressed when they fall in love with a location that overstretches their pockets.
Giving thought to the important people a couple wants at their wedding is also highly helpful in narrowing down a venue shortlist. If the majority of their loved ones are located in a particular area, then it would be best to find a venue close-by to avoid expensive transport costs.
Secondly, the number of guests attending will impact greatly on the wedding venue. Obviously if a couple intends to invite only an intimate gathering, then likewise the reception will need an equally intimate, cosy venue.
Church or Civil Ceremony
If a couple wants to get married in a church, they will need their wedding venue to be close-by i.e. maximum 25 minute drive.
Bloomsbury advises the couple decide on whether their desired wedding date is flexible or not before starting their location hunt. The reason this is important is because certain wedding venues might be booked up and therefore not an option if the couple have a specific date in mind. There’s no point finding a stunning location only to realise when it comes to the booking that it is unavailable.
Director of Bloomsbury Films, Andrew Cussens, concluded: “There is an inexhaustible wealth of superb wedding venues to choose from both in Britain and abroad. Finding the most suitable one that a couple will remember for all the right reasons however comes down to a balance between personal taste and reasonable practicality. To get the right balance, a couple must discuss the key deciding factors at length – the points I’ve outlined will narrow down the list nicely so that making a final choice does not become overwhelming.”