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Sep 01

Bring A Friend Along When Looking At Wedding Venues

Nothing in the world can compare to the way you feel when someone tells you that they want to spend the rest of their life with you. As excited as you may be about the occasion, you can’t afford to waste any time. It doesn’t matter if you have set the date for next month or next year, one of the biggest challenges you will need to overcome is deciding between wedding venues. Remember:

Whether you dream of getting married in a palace or park, it’s crucial that you contact each place well in advance. Looking at pictures online doesn’t compare to touring each location in person. Even though you may have your hopes set on a particular place, you need to be flexible in your choices. Have several wedding venues on standby just in case you can’t make reservations for your first or second choice. Remember that the competition for wedding venues is high, especially in the summer months. Try to look at different types of wedding venues and be open minded about them. While there is nothing wrong with being picky, you have to remember that time is an important factor. Even if you see places that fall short of your expectations you shouldn’t dismiss them. Being rigid in your wedding plans will only make for a high stress experience.

It’s a good idea to bring someone along to tour wedding venues. An objective third party can keep you on track and remind you to stay open minded. Also, they can provide alternative views on the potential of a location. They may be able to point out things that you overlooked. Try to bring a friend or family member that can see “the big picture.” Bring a wedding planner if you want an expert opinion. A professional can tell you what is and what isn’t possible for each location. Plus, a good wedding planner will keep your taste preference in mind. On the other hand, friends and family members can sometimes cause conflict by only providing input based on their idea of the perfect wedding.

Try to remember that this is your special day. Even though your friends and family may try to offer you suggestions on how they think you should plan things, you don’t have to take them. This is one of the most momentous occasions you and your fianc will ever have. It’s only fitting that everything is planned with both of your expectations and preferences in mind.

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