Things to Consider When Planning a Wedding

Venue is one of the main points of wedding planning, if not the most important. In fact, taking into account the size of everything it brings, it will be the wedding element that outperforms you the most. 

Step 1. Location

Geographical situation and accessibility: although many couples choose a celebration venue close to where they live, others decide to pack their bags and try their luck in different parts of national and international geographies. 

However, the geographical situation should have easy access so that your guests can leave without any problems. To do this, it facilitates various means of arrival, takes into account all possible means of transportation, and provides vehicles for large movements.

Distance from the place of ceremony: keep the distance between the place of ceremony and the place of celebration is not too far away. In fact, you can use and search for rooms that have a chapel, if you are celebrating a religious wedding or something else that allows for a civil wedding. 

If you prefer to separate places, include a transfer form and simple instructions so as not to force your guests to put in the extra effort.

Distance to the nearest hotel: there will always be guests who need a bed because many come from outside and many want to enjoy without thinking about responsibilities. To do this, contact the nearest accommodation and try to offer a special price. Your newlywed hotel can be a good choice.

It's important to make the most of it and add a spectacular addition to the wedding. Many couples have chosen this magical place and will do so tomorrow with their eyes closed.

All your guests will be mesmerized by the beautiful views of the capital city and the charm of the equestrian atmosphere. This will be a spectacle

Step 2. Infrastructure

Total area: How is the place? How many meters does it have? How many rooms? Do you have a garden? Ask all these questions and find what you want. Don't overpay if you're not looking for something superfluous, but let yourself know if your idea wants to make the most of it. So, distance in mathematical terms is the key to knowing what you can adjust.

Inside and outside: different spaces can help you find different wedding moments, from banquets to big dances. You decide.

For gardens, it is known that some weddings do deserve a natural feel, especially if celebrated in the spring and summer. Whatever the season, take a look at the open spaces and see if you're interested in taking advantage of them.

Ease of access: taking into account the amount of gifts at the wedding, find out how to access the various rooms in the chosen venue. Parents, guests with limited mobility, children and strollers cannot easily access some places. Indications are also the key so that no one gets lost or confused throughout the day.

Ceremony rooms: if you decide to get married in a church, there are rooms with chapels, parishes, and temples that you can use. For civil marriages, there are halls, gardens and other places devoted to it. Check that the selected enclave considers this possibility.

Alternative to bad weather: weather can ruin a great day if you're not nearsighted. Don't trust the time person and look for a space that has alternatives in case of an incident. With two options available, fear will not overwhelm you.