It’s important to know what you want your wedding to look and feel like before you select a venue. How much work do you want to put into your wedding? How much money beyond the venue do you want to spend?
Do you want to hire vendors independently or do you want a package deal? Is your package deal every single vendor or venue/catering/bar? ‘
Most of all …. do you like the setting? Will you need to invest in changing the look? If the ambiance is overall what you want and you have a good feeling about it then you’re on the right track.
If in doubt … wait. Unanswered questions … wait. Make sure you know what you’re getting into before you sign on that line because contracts are serious business and you want to love your wedding day. The right venue will come along and this is almost always the most difficult part because you’re setting the stage for your entire wedding.
Megan loves a challenge, Blog, game on. A B.S. in Marketing, M.S. in Administration & Supervision, a Certified Wedding Planner, Certified Event Planner, and Certified Party Planner.