When you are looking for the perfect wedding venue, there are many questions that need answering. What is your budget? What will the theme of the event be? Who will come (and who won’t)? Where should it take place? All of these things can make or break your big day. 

As you’re looking for venues, it’s important to keep in mind the type of venue that will work best for your budget. Do you want a fancy country club or would you be satisfied with an outdoor location (that might even be free!)? Think about the theme you want to have at your reception and how much space is needed to accommodate your décor as well as your guests. These are all things to take into consideration when choosing a venue.

A couple should also consider what type of food they want served at their wedding. This is because this can affect the price of the venue. If you have an open bar and are serving alcoholic spirits, be prepared to pay more per head than if it were just beer or wine being served.

As far as space is concerned, it’s important to think about how many people will be in attendance, not how many you invite. Make sure your RSVP deadline leaves enough time for you to confirm a head count before committing to your venue. The cost of a venue will depend on how many people you expect will attend your event.

Think about your guests’ comfort when choosing your wedding venue. Will they be able to find it easily? Is there parking available for them? Will the location cause anyone to feel uncomfortable (due to tight quarters, lack of restrooms, etc.)? All of these things should be taken into consideration for your guests’ safety and comfort.

When you’re searching for a wedding venue, there are numerous things to consider and it is important to keep organized. Keep a journal of everything you think of as you go along. Once your venue is selected, a lot of other elements will fall into place so it is essential to think carefully about this decision because it will have a significant effect on all the other events of the day. Remember, ask yourself first what your budget is and whether the event will be a contemporary affair or a more traditional celebration. Who will actually attend? Start with answering these questions and your wedding plan will be rolling along in no time.