Many who have never been engaged or married probably consider finding a husband or wife the hardest part. Turns out, compared to wedding planning that’s a walk in the park. Planning a wedding requires many complicated steps and integral planning. It’s important to break it all down and tackle one aspect at a time. First and foremost, the first step in planning a wedding should be choosing the venue. That’s because all of the other aspects from decorations to the guest list size stems from where the wedding will be held.
New York City is one of the most magical places to get married, no matter what the time of year. There are thousands of options available that appeal to a wide variety of brides or grooms. It can almost be an overwhelming amount so many people wonder how to choose.
The first step of planning a wedding is to draft a budget. You’ll need to decide what’s the most you can spend. This will greatly narrow down your search. Next up, you’ll want to decide on the location. Perhaps you have always dreamed of getting married in a certain area or maybe you want to choose where your family is close by. While doing all this research, having a book or a chart is key. That way you can keep track of all of the pros and cons of each venue. You can also make notes of what dates are available.
When traveling to each venue to scope it out, you’ll want to make sure that you’re asking the right questions and keeping track of the answers. A few things you’ll want to find out are price, maximum capacity, layout, restrictions, and more. These will have a direct effect on whether or not you decide that a wedding venue is perfect for you. One can look absolutely breathtaking but it might not be able to accumulate all your desired guests. Therefore, it’s not the right fit for you.
Choosing a wedding venue doesn’t have to be stressful as long as you do your research. Think of it as a magical first step to a lifetime of happiness.