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5 Tips for your wedding venue decor
1. CHOOSING A VENUE
Your wedding venue reflects your personality and charm. When choosing a venue, ask questions: Will there be a planner to guide me through the wedding and reception? How many people will the ceremony venue hold? How many will the reception location or venue hold? May I have a rehearsal dinner at the venue? Are the tables, chairs, and linens included in the reception and/or rehearsal dinner price? Who is responsible for set-up, breakdown, and clean-up? Do you have an in-house caterer, or may I have my own? What are venue rental hours? Do you offer overnight accommodations for my guests? A venue that accommodates both your ceremony and reception makes it easier for your guests. The in-house caterer makes it easier for you. Wedding venues that offer overnight accommodations are perfect with numerous out-of-town guests. Most importantly, there should be a natural "fit" between your wedding and selected venues.
2. DESTINATION WEDDINGS MAKE A LOT OF SENSE
Destination weddings make a lot of sense for couples , if most of the guests are going to travel anyway, why not get married in a place that's a vacation for all? Remember, save the date cards are crucial; send them as soon as possible. This way family and friends can book transportation early. Plus, everyone will be assured they are booked in the same lodging as the rest of your guests. Send the destination's website so your guests can plan activities, tours, shopping, and places to dine. Keep in mind, this is a destination wedding and your guests may be planning their family vacation or reunion around it.
3. NOT EVERYONE IS A FIORAL DESIGNER
I have seen a bride make is to rely on a friend or relative or someone who works out of their home and occasionally does flowers/wedding design to handle the decorative/floral part of their wedding. Recently, (on two different occasions), I had a bride call in "total panic mode" and tell me that the person she had doing her wedding had canceled on her. It was one week before her wedding! One had a sick parent and the other one just found something "better to do/' Imagine the panic. What to do? ALWAYS, ALWAYS hire a professional! A professional has an entire staff at their disposal, as well as lots of inventory, props, and decor to make the most important day of your life memorable. Don't be swayed by someone who says they can do it cheaper. Remember, you get what you pay for!
4. WEDDINGS SHOULD BE FUN AND WORRY FREE
When planning a wedding the most important part of the process is finding someone who understands how important this day is to the bride, groom and their families. Choose a venue with years of experience in planning events, weddings, rehearsal dinners and bridal luncheons. Special occasions should be fun and worry free. Also, look at the venue's surroundings and its ambiance. Is it atop a building with a view? Is it part of a resort? Is it historical? All this helps make your wedding unique and special.
5. PUT IT ON THE BOOKS
Once you have chosen a date, best to reserve your reception site immediately, With this done, you will have alleviated a lot of stress. The particular details of your reception can be done later, but getting the place and date you want is accomplished. Realize that many venues require a small deposit to hold the date. Check with your venue events coordinator about this when you call.
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