Every little girl dreams of their wedding day, they envisage their perfect dress, a dreamy location and an array of adoring guests. Nevertheless, in reality, planning these aspects are a lot more difficult than when you thought of them as a little child, especially, when it comes to picking the venue for your wedding reception. This article will help you by providing you with some of the best tips and guidance on what to look for when deciding on which of the many wedding venues in Surrey to go for.
The first and foremost thing, which you need to consider, is how much money you are able to set aside to pay for your wedding venue alone. Sit down and calculate a strict and precise budget for this aspect of the wedding planning. Obviously, you will want to have the perfect day and a stunning venue plays a massive part in this. However, this does certainly not mean that you have to pay ludicrous amounts of money in order to achieve this. Ensure that you find out if the venue is available for the entire day and/or night and if not, then how many hours of hire is included in the entire cost and how much it would cost for an additional time.
In addition to this, you might also want to find out whether the venue includes certain facilities and equipment you might require such as furniture, adornments and a catering service. A lot of people like to take care of these aspects themselves but it can be a lot easier, if they are all entailed with the venue you are hiring. It is worth finding out what extra services they can provide as you might find they have something, which appeals to you greatly.
Furthermore, one of the most important aspects to consider when deciding upon which of the wedding venues in Surrey to go for is the actual size of the venue. Many people often overlook this very simple factor but the truth is that it is of utmost importance. My advice is to calculate the approximate number of guests you are expecting to attend your wedding or wedding reception. You should then find a venue perfectly suited to this number. Obviously, you do not want something too small as everyone will end up feeling crammed and flustered. But, at the same time, you also do not want something too big. For one, this will cost you more money than necessary. But also, your venue will look too big and people will feel lost and the place will look much emptier than it actually is.