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3 Questions to Ask When Choosing a Reception Venue

Are you planning to get married in the near future? Have you started making plans regarding exactly what you want your wedding to be like? There are few things that can eclipse the importance of your wedding day. For many people, it is the most important day of their lives. You'll likely want to make sure that everything from the wedding ceremony location to the reception venue is perfect. Since different venues can be right for different types of weddings, you'll want to make sure that you ask the correct questions before choosing one location over another. Some things that you'll want to ask include:

How many people can this venue hold? If you want to hold a large reception, you'll obviously want to find a reception venue that is able to comfortably fit all the guests on your list. On the other hand, selecting a larger venue when you plan on having a smaller and more intimate gathering can be just as bad. A few dozen people in a place that's meant to hold a few hundred can make your reception feel empty and deserted, even if things are otherwise lively and upbeat. Fortunately, there are many places that are able to host both large and small weddings with no trouble at all.

Is there a corking fee? Whether you're trying to save money by providing your own drinks or you simply want more drink choices than are normally offered by the reception venue, you need to know whether or not outside drinks are allowed. The venue might charge a corking fee for every bottle that gets opened during the reception, sometimes for both alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks. In order to budget properly, you'll need to know if this fee exists and how much it is so you can decide what kind of drinks will be provided.

Does the venue offer package deals? When you want as little hassle as possible, you might be interested in the packages offered at a reception venue. With these packages, the venue will provide nearly everything but the guests. In some cases, they may even offer catering. If you want to have save time this is a great option. For example, you won't have to spend time going to party supply stores to rent tables and chairs, figuring out how to get them to the venue, and setting everything up yourself. 

For more information on reception venues, contact a company like Rainbow Gardens

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