Finding the perfect wedding venue often seems like half of the entire wedding planning process – once you get the right location, the right time, the right appointment, everything else can be molded accordingly. However, finding the right criteria to fit your dream wedding onto can be tricky.
When it comes to having the perfect wedding – and the appropriately perfect wedding venue – here are some of the most important aspects to consider:
The perfect view
An unforgettable view can truly make a wedding. A good wedding lasts forever in the memories of those who attend it – choosing a venue for its breathtaking beauty is thus an absolute necessity. As TheKnot mentions, the reception is all about making impressive first impressions – so a view is important.
You want water, you want sunsets, and you want a palette of colors that dances on the horizon like nature’s very own ballet ensemble, jumping to and fro to an orchestra of local wildlife.
A blend of indoors and outdoors
The right venue doesn’t just focus on keeping a beautifully-decked out garden or an amazing catering hall in Long Island – choose a place like Windows On The Lake, that balances both by blending traditions and quality indoors, and letting nature take the reins outdoors.
A day of exclusivity
While some choose a hotel as their wedding venue, the truth is that most couples prefer to have their event to be unique, magical and exclusive. Find a location that only caters to a single couple at a time, so the entire venue can dedicate itself to your event with every second of the day, from the appetizers and the first dance to the last slice of cake and a successful wedding ceremony. Remember, this is your day – so choose a venue that can be yours, as well.
The right services
Weddings aren’t just all about looks and beauty – they’re also about comforts and entertainment. The food doesn’t just have to look good – it has to taste amazing. The cake, while a visual spectacle, should first and foremost be moist and delicious. And finally, the music has to mean something to you – while the DJ has to be talented enough to read the crowd and know exactly how to employ their music.
The perfect venue doesn’t skimp on quality – they balance the visual and the visceral, so the guests can be impressed by what they see and enchanted by what they smell, hear and taste as well.
Finding a venue like that is just a matter of asking the right questions, and finding local experts – and soon enough, you’ll have your own perfect wedding with no regrets.
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