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Choosing your reception venue is a very important decision. You should consider many parameters. First of all your budget... Choosing a reception venue Choosing a reception venue is a tedious yet exciting process as your wedding reception will be the best party you've ever hosted. The first thing we suggest you do is discuss with your partner the style you want your wedding to have, the number of guests and your budget.

These three factors will go a long way in helping you choose the right reception venue. Also an important factor is the season in which the wedding will take place. For example, if you have your wedding in the summer, you will have the possibility to hold the reception in the garden of your house or in another open space. Create a list of reception venues in your area that meet your needs and suit your aesthetic and budget. Call them and make an appointment. You can already tell from the phone call whether the person on the other end is polite and willing to answer your questions. It is very likely that he will be the person who will help you organize your wedding, so you would want him to be cooperative and kind to you. To save time visit at least three banquet venues per day. But not more than three because you will lose control and you will miss small details that often make the difference. It is important to have a notebook with you and take notes. Note how clean and tidy the space is (carpets, furniture, etc.). Make sure you feel comfortable with the venue manager for the duration of your conversation.

It is important to consult with someone you trust about planning your wedding. It is also important to try the food offered by the place. Now when should you close the reception area? It's never too early! Especially if you are getting married during the "high season" or in a popular destination.

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