• Heike Moellers

WHERE TO CELEBRATE?


Do you want to have an outdoor reception?

Do you want to dance under a sky full of stars?

Do you dream of a ballroom?

There are to many different types of locations to count them.

But there are some important facts about a location you should know, before you book!

After you are clear about the number of your guests you want to invite, you can have a closer look on the location. The size of the location should fit to your number of guests.

And above that you should come clear about this topics:

  1. If you have many guests from far away, it would be nice if accommodation were close by or at the location directly.

  2. If you want to get married outside with a free ceremony, have also a closer look at the bad weather alternative.

  3. Maybe you want a chill out area for guests who don’t want to dance, or a room where babies can sleep – all those special rooms need to be discussed and inspected.

Take some pictures with your smart phone when you are the location. That’s helpful when you move forward in your planning und you may not remember every little detail…

You don’t need to be shy about to ask for room plans or pictures from past weddings. It is important for you to make your decision.

Ever location is unique. Every location has pros and cons for you.

Write them down.

I am a huge fan of lists to make a decision. Maybe you, too?

If you are insecure about something give them a call and say it.

The choice the location is one of the most important. With the location you also make a decision for your style and the atmosphere.

To sleep about it is more than understandable.

And sometimes you know it right form the guts that this locations is the right one for you!

#weddingplanning #weddingvenues

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