If you’re looking for a Thailand wedding venue, you must choose wisely. Your wedding ceremony and reception will be events that you will remember forever. Even after your wedding day has come and gone, this special day will be captured forever in photos and videos, so choosing a meaningful wedding venue will serve you well even years after the day has passed. This blog will lay out various tips and tricks to choosing the best possible venue for your wedding.
Your wedding should have an overall “feel”, and this depends on the vision you have of how the day is going to be. For instance, if you want a laid-back, lowkey ceremony with a few close friends you probably would not choose a large, fancy venue. On the other hand, if you’re looking for a very elegant, polished wedding, the beach is probably not the best venue for such an event.
Your vision of the wedding should be a mental picture of how you want your wedding to look, feel, and be remembered in photos. Once you have a clear vision in your mind, you can try to find a venue that fits your style.
When choosing a wedding venue, your guest list plays a big role in determining where you will ultimately get married. The most important factor your guests play is how many of them can actually fit into the venue.
If you have a very large guest list, the wedding would not work in a small, intimate, church. People might be squeezed in and feel uncomfortable as there might not be enough space for everyone to fit inside the church. This would obviously be a very negative experience for the guests.
Once you have your guest list narrowed down to all the most important people, you should have this number ready when you look at venues. If you call ahead and find out how many people can be accommodated, you’ll know whether the venue is suitable or not.
Once you have a list of potential venues, you can search for real weddings that have taken place at those venues. Doing a quick Google search by entering “venue name + wedding” into the search bar will reveal photographs of past weddings held at the venue.
Looking at these real weddings can further help you understand the logistical elements of the venue, as well as give you some ideas for photography.
Of course, checking your budget is an easy way to narrow down your list of venue options. The cost of the venue makes up a large portion of your wedding budget, so knowing how much you can spend is highly important.
As much as possible, you should not decide on any venues that are outside of your budget. If your venue is too expensive or does not have the services you require, you will be setting yourself up for disappointment.
You should ask the venue coordinator for a breakdown of the costs associated with hosting a wedding. While many venues may provide basic package pricing, it won’t be a complete list of all possible costs. This is why it’s highly important to ask some in-depth questions to truly determine if a venue fits your budget.