If you didn’t already know, your wedding venue will set the tone for your special day – regardless of if you are going for a rustic-themed wedding or a classic and elegant one. When it comes to selecting your best wedding venue, the entire process can be a bit daunting, and you need all the help you can get. Aside from thinking about the venue's size (which will be based on the number of guests you are planning to have), you also have to think about its accessibility, its amenities and facilities, and its décor, amongst other things. So how, then, do you choose the right wedding venue? Here are the best tips for choosing your perfect wedding venue. 

  • The location

The first aspect to choosing the proper wedding venue is the location. You have the option to hold it anywhere, of course, especially since many wedding venue locations in the UK are now easily accessible, be it by plane, train, or car. If you want, you can have your wedding at a venue in your hometown or a town that holds a special meaning for you as a couple, but you can also have a destination wedding at a beautiful location such as the Cotswolds, where you can find the best wedding and corporate event venues from barns to galleries to vineyards and more. But make sure that the location is a good fit for all – or most – of your guests, especially if they will be travelling from quite a distance.

  • Your budget

Of course, budget is another consideration – a big one. Did you know, for example, that for most weddings, the catering and the venue will comprise about half of the budget for your wedding? But the amount you spend when it comes to your wedding venue will also depend on where you would want to get married, as some locations can be more expensive than most. However, if you have always dreamt of having the perfect wedding, spending a bit more on the venue and saving on other aspects is definitely worth it. Determine the overall budget you have for your wedding, and then allot about half of this for your venue and your catering.

  • Your guest list

All venues will always have a maximum capacity, and this can be both for seated guests as well as standing guests. Remember that venue capacity is not likely to be flexible, so keep this in mind when choosing your venue and determining your guest list. And whilst you don't have to come up with the precise number of attendees before checking out different venues, it's best if you already have an estimate of your number of guests. One of the best and most practical things you can do is sit down with your family and draw up your guest list. This is only a first draft, however, so leave room for a few subtractions and additions as you go along.

  • What do you want? 

Along with the location, your budget, and the number of people on your guest list, you have to decide what you really want and prefer. Try to imagine the ambience and setting of your ideal venue. Choose several features which you want for your ideal wedding venue, such as an outdoor area, catering in-house, guest accommodation, and so on. Once you have your list, then it will be easier to make your final decision.

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