Planning A Remote Wedding? 3 Tips To Choose A Great Venue

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A few months ago, my husband and I celebrated our tenth wedding anniversary. During this special time, I thought about our beautiful wedding day. We were married in the church I’ve attended since I was a young child. In fact, my father has pastored this small, country church for the past twenty-nine years. On my wedding day, my dad had two jobs. He walked me down the aisle and officiated my wedding ceremony. I will never the look on my husband’s face when he saw me wearing my off-the-shoulder, satin wedding gown with a royal train for the first time. His smile was priceless. Even though I’ve had ten years to think about my wedding day, I still don’t think it could have been any more perfect than it was. On this blog, I hope you will learn some tips to make your upcoming wedding unforgettable.


Planning A Remote Wedding? 3 Tips To Choose A Great Venue

11 February 2020
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Planning a wedding in a remote location can come with considerably more work than somewhere local due to it being more difficult to visit in advance. Whether the wedding is being held at a typical honeymoon destination or you're interested in the wedding being held at a non-traditional venue, such as in the woods or at the beach, you'll need to be careful to choose the right venue.

Consider the Guest List

With the intention to choose the perfect venue, it's best to take a look at exactly who you expect to have on the guest list. When you have older people attending the wedding, such as grandparents, it can be harder to find a venue that is going to be accommodating for everyone. Making sure that the venue has ample room for your guests to sit down and be comfortable can take some effort and time to compare all the different venues available.

With a remote venue, you might not be able to simply visit in person to determine if it will be a good match, making it best to find a venue first and looking into whether they will be an accommodating location.

Stick to a Comfortable Budget

Creating a budget for your wedding can make all the difference in making sure that you and your partner start off your marriage comfortably. Overspending on the venue can be frustrating since it can quickly lead to disappointment over the final cost of your wedding.

By having a budget, you'll be able to determine how much you can spend on the venue so that you have money left over for other vendors and features that your wedding.

Make Plans for the Whole Day

Planning a remote wedding should also come with considering plans for how you're going to spend the rest of the time at the wedding. If you would like the reception to be at the same place, you'll need this in mind when choosing a venue, as well as taking a look at what there is to do around the area. By having plans in place for how you want to spend your wedding, it should be much easier for you to find a venue that's going to match what you want.

As you prepare for choosing a wedding venue, you need to see exactly what should be prioritized so that you don't end up disappointed. With a little extra effort into choosing the perfect venue, your remote wedding can go off without a hitch.