How to Plan a Great Wedding ReceptionPosted on: 11 November, 2019 in: Blog
Have you recently got engaged? Do you keep staring at your sparkling engagement ring? Are you feeling like jumping and shouting “We’re engaged”? Do you want to kiss your partner a thousand times before you two embark on this new journey? Well, if you smiled and nodded while reading this, then congratulations!
Getting engaged to someone you love is the most amazing feeling. But as soon as you get engaged, you need to start thinking about your “Big Day.” There’s excitement, of course, but planning your own wedding can sometimes feel overwhelming and stressful. From selecting vendors to inviting the guests, there are lots of things that need to be planned out systematically up until you say those two magical words – “I Do.” So, start to mark off your ‘to-dos’ and fix a timeline to plan the most memorable day of your life- Your Wedding!
For to-be-weds, here we have covered wedding planning basics to help them plan the perfect wedding reception. Whether you have two years or three months to your wedding, certain steps are simply unavoidable. From setting a budget and booking the venue to choosing the perfect dress and organizing the RSVP list, you can’t skip a single step. So, let’s take a look at the things you need to consider to pull off a fabulous wedding day.
Set a Budget
The first and most important consideration is the budget. Before you start doing any other task, make sure to figure out how much you can spend on your wedding. This will help in avoiding last minute disappointments. Often people end up spending more on less significant things and later compromise of main things. So, to avoid such a situation, always set a realistic budget and then divide it up by vendor or service accordingly.
Wedding and reception planning takes a lot of organizing, collaboration, and preparation. You will need to think about the décor, menu, dress, music, and much more. But before you do all this, your guests come first. After fixing the budget, consider the approximate number of guests you’ll invite. It is important to prepare your guests list before settling on a venue. Once you have an idea of the number of expected attendees, start looking for a venue that has ample space for your guest, tables, waiters, the band and a dance floor.
Pick a Venue
Start searching for a venue as early as possible. You should think whether you want a formal seated style reception, buffet, cocktail party, or food stations. Also, when looking for a venue, consider whether you want an indoor or outdoor reception. While deciding this, make sure to consider the weather conditions. To choose the perfect venue, consider a few important things such as the venue location, capacity, and facilities. The venue must have easy accessibility so that your guests can reach comfortably. It should also have proper seating capacity, decoration and music, parking, accommodation, and other necessary facilities. Depending on your needs, you may choose a Banquet, Marriage Hall or outdoor space. If you book an all-inclusive wedding venue, you don’t have to worry about finding the right caterer and decorator.No Comments »
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