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One of the main components of a beautiful and memorable wedding is the perfect place for a banquet. Banquet halls for weddings should not just bewitch the design, but also be emotionally captivating, delighting, and also correspond to the theme of the celebration.
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How to choose the perfect place for a wedding celebration
You can choose a beautiful waterfront place and book a date in comfort of your own home: every credible institution has a website with regularly updated information and photos of the banquet hall. But if you want to truly feel the atmosphere, every little things of the place – it is better to visit the chosen place in person.
Before choosing a wedding venue, determine the following points for yourself:
Number of invitees
The more guests there are, the more spacious the space needs to be. After all, a wedding is not only about banquet, but also many entertaining programs like dancing, speeches. If you want guests not to interfere with each other and enjoy the event, there should be plenty of space.
Will there be visiting guests?
If you invited guests from another city or country, then you should take care of their after-event recreation as well. Planning to rent a hotel or hotel function room? Then the banquet hall is better to choose closer to the place of temporary residence, so that non-resident guests do not get lost in a foreign city.
Determine your wedding budget
Major expense for the wedding is the budget for the banquet. Remember, this is not only about the kitchen, but also musical accompaniment, festive decoration of the hall. If you are arranging your own services, you need to account for additional staffs involved such as waiters, cooks, drivers and their salaries.
The condition of the room
Visiting the intended location of the future event? – Look around. Are you comfortable? Do not forget about the interior decoration. Probe questions such as – how long have you been doing repairs? Does the general atmosphere look attractive enough?
Each bride first thinks about the theme for the upcoming event. Do you want classic or something extravagant? Ask in advance at the hall administration whether they will allow you to make bold and unexpected adjustments in the interior.
Menu and service
Think in advance and make a menu so that you can focus on the upcoming budgeting accurately. Perhaps, somewhere you can save or, conversely, somewhere else you can afford a little more. Check with the staff, how many cooks and waiters work on shift, whether they will be able to serve estimated number of guests.
Rules of the institution
Do not forget to check with the senior staff about any prohibitions and restrictions. For example, will there be any problems due to the tradition of beating glasses, is it possible to extend the hall’s work time etc.
Adequate toilets, equipped smoking areas, convenient parking, working air conditioners (especially during a hot period) should be in sufficient quantity in the selected banquet hall.
During winter, it is better to choose closed rooms while spring and summer period allows you to hold a celebration in nature or outdoor venue.
Given all these details, you will surely find your perfect place. Do not be afraid to be too demanding and do not hesitate to clarify the points of interest with the staffs. Remember – this is your wedding ceremony and it depends only on you how well everything goes.
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