A wedding ceremony is one of the most peculiar events in one’s life time. Nobody wants to make mistakes, and you don’t have to either for that would live with you for the rest of your life. We closely look at some of the most important things to consider as you choose a location for your dream wedding.
The type of your wedding ceremony.
Before you choose a venue for your wedding, it’s important to have made your mind about the type of a wedding ceremony you want to adopt. This may have been informed by your culture, tradition or religious faith. If you are more liberal you might want to celebrate your wedding at the river side, sea side, at a resort or an artificial garden specially designed for wedding events and ceremonies. You’d however need to check the rates and make comparisons in good time.
Choosing a venue that offers all inclusive services may be a smarter way to cut down your wedding cost than outsourcing services by bits. Remember to secure relevant permits in advance to avoid last minute rush or disappointments. You may also need to have in place special arrangements for a shade if you choose to hold your wedding at a beach, to make sure your guests are not over exposed to sunshine.
Size of your wedding.
Another thing that will dictate your wedding location is the size of the ceremony, which will be determined by the number of guests you wish to invite. It’s always important to make an initial guests list to avoid leaving out an important friend or a member of your extended family. You may however not have everyone make their way on that list. Remember you won’t be able to impress everyone. At the end of the day, the most important thing is for you to have fun and celebrate every bit of your red letter day.
The season and weather.
Although you may want to have a particular design for your wedding attire, the season you want to celebrate your nuptials in may dictate otherwise. It’s good to observe this. You don’t want to be freezing all day long in a light fabric gown that would otherwise suit you better in a hotter season, especially if you chose to celebrate your wedding abroad. If you choose to plan your wedding at the beach, you’ll need to be careful on the type of shoes as well as the other collections. High heeled shoes are perfect and great for the bride but they wont make it in the sand. You also don’t want a gown with a train trailing down in the sand and water.