Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) June 19, 2012
According to a recent article in The Huffington Post, many couples are looking for creative ways to reduce wedding budgets without sacrificing quality. The article has many suggestions for upcoming brides and grooms to save money, but what many are discovering is that the final total depends on the size of the guest list and how extravagant the event is. Paradise Banquet Hall of Toronto is one venue that aims to create a pleasant and memorable atmosphere for engaged couples that have both a large guest list and a taste for luxury.
One of the many suggestions made in the article is to choose a venue that may be more casual than traditional weddings. Instead of relying on museums, private venues or churches to host matrimonial services, many have opted to hold weddings in backyards or houses where venue fees do not apply. These services often involve small guest lists, more casual wedding gowns and less frills – all factors that reduce the overall price of the wedding.
While such services may be appropriate for some couples, Paradise Banquet Hall understands that Toronto couples may have larger guest lists. “Weddings and receptions are landmark events in many people’s lives, and that is why brides and grooms want to have many relatives and friends at the service,” notes a representative of Paradise Banquet Hall Toronto. For those with large guest lists, banquet halls and other venues can take care of all the logistics so guests and newlyweds can celebrate their newly-announced vows.
The Huffington Post raises an important point for couples planning their wedding – the cost of the event can be much higher in metropolitan cities than those in smaller locales. While a typical couple can estimate wedding costs by adding two zeros onto the guest list (e.g. a wedding with 200 guests would cost $20,000), those in cities such as San Francisco or Manhattan can expect to pay about three times as more. For customers of Paradise Banquet Hall, Toronto is one such place that can carry big-city price tags.
According to Paradise Banquet Hall, Toronto couples will find the extravagant atmosphere is one well worth the price. The company observes that while many couples will make sacrifices in some wedding costs, venues are ones that are not typically compromised. “Our facility and staff understands that paying customers should expect a memorable occasion, and we ensure to provide such an experience,” concludes the Paradise representative.
Paradise Banquet Hall, Toronto-based venue, is a popular meeting place for weddings, corporate gatherings, reunions and many other events. The facility offers an extravagant atmosphere against a luxurious 18th century backdrop. Guests can expect the best service, which has been cultivated and appreciated over the past forty years. With the highest level of hospitality, Paradise Banquet Hall is voted number one in Product and Service by York Region and is noted as one of the best facilities in Ontario, Canada.
To learn more about the venue, visit http://www.paradisebanquethalls.com.