Wedding Day Checklist: Venue Search and Selection
Your wedding is one of the most important events in your life; it’s when you make a public commitment to share a lifetime of marriage with your partner. This special occasion needs to be planned properly. You and your future spouse should prepare for the stress and pressure that comes with planning a wedding; however, keep in mind that it will all be worth it.
For your wedding, you have to consider a number of things including budget, the number of guests, the entourage, food and theme among. It will help if you have a checklist of all the tasks you need to take care of. One of these tasks is finding the venue for the wedding.
The venue plays a big role in the celebration; it can set the mood of your wedding. When scouting for the perfect location, remember that you have to be practical. Do not pick a venue just because it looks great; you have factor in your budget, whether your guests will fit in the space comfortably, what it would look when designed in your theme and the other activities you will include in the event.
To make things easier, you should decide if you want the ceremony and the reception to be in one or separate venues. Make sure that your choice is also convenient for your guests. If you decide you need two venues, consider booking a big space for the reception as there may be more guests there than at the ceremony.
You should also consider where your guests will be coming from. For example, you decide to get married in a San Francisco wedding venue and you have guests flying in all the way from New York City, then they will need a place to stay after your wedding, before they go back home. You can arrange accommodations for your guests close to your venue, to make it more convenient for them.
You should also consider the technical aspects of the event like the music and sound systems, decorations, tables and chairs, among others. Inquire with San Francisco wedding venues if they provide these. Some venues may be more budget-friendly, because they already have an in house DJ, a caterer to provide food and staff to take care of the everything else you may need.
You should also know that rules and regulations of the wedding venues in San Francisco, so as to avoid future issues; be sure to relay these rules to your guests. You can check http://weddings.about.com/cs/weddinglocations/a/venuequestions.htm for more details about how to select the perfect place for your special day.
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