The venue is arguably one of the most important parts of a wedding. After all, it is at this special place where you’re going to exchange vows with the love of your life, right? So, every bride and groom will make it a point to choose the venue that is extra special.
With a ton of options out there, how can you make the venue stand out so that you will be the talk of the town once you exchange your “I Dos”? Read on to find out some tips!
1. Get a Good Wedding Planner
The wedding event planner is tasked to make sure that your wedding is going to be extra special. They will be the ones to make the venue stand out, but you have to provide some information that will help them achieve your dream place.
First, tell them what your theme is going to be. Second, what colors do you want to see predominantly at the wedding venue? Third, do you have any flowers, in particular, you want to place on the tables or you just want them to decide for you? Giving them such information can really help make your ideas come into fruition. So, do not be sparse with the details!
2. Have Different Services Ready
If you want to be unique and you want your venue to stand out, make sure to do something different. If most couples prefer one design over the other, choose that “other” design to help make your venue stand out.
Even though you have the need to be unique, do not be too outlandish about it or you will come off as someone who just wants to stand out just for the sake of it. You still want your venue to be different in a way that doesn’t come off-putting.
3. Allow Flexibility
There are just some venue ideas that just do not allow the kind of uniqueness that you want. Therefore, you have to have more room for flexibility by accepting that there are some things that cannot be implemented.
For instance, if your wedding planner tells you that a certain aesthetic does not match the motif, then you do not push through with it.
4. Get a Good Venue with Great Rates
Wedding venues are offered in a variety of prices. You don’t want to choose the cheapest because it might not offer the best services and you do not want ones that are too expensive as it will burn a hole in your pocket.
The best compromise would be to choose a venue that is just in the middle of the price bracket. Look at the actual place and have a gander on the services that they offer and decide if you want to take that venue or not.
5. Ask for Some Suggestions
Although your wedding planner has ways to make your chosen venue stand out more, there is no harm in asking your friends and family for some suggestions. It is safe to ask from them since they’re the ones who know you a lot and they know your personality,your likes and dislikes, among other things.