Planning your wedding can be extremely difficult and can involve countless decisions. This can make it quite a difficult time, especially if you don’t know exactly what you want or if you are an indecisive person. There are a number of important factors you need to consider when choosing your wedding venue, including:
- The weather – will you be okay if it rains? Is it going to be too hot or too cold?
- Photography – remember that you will probably enlist the services of a professional photographer for your wedding. Make sure that you choose a venue that will look good in photos and which will offer a lot of photo shoot opportunities.
- Cost – make sure that you can actually afford the venue that you are considering, or you may be disappointed when you find out that you can’t.
With this in mind, here are five great places for any wedding to take place:
On the beach:
Do you love the outdoors and/or the ocean? Enjoy the feeling of sand between your toes and the freedom of the seabirds? If so, then the beach may be the perfect place for you to have your wedding. It will be cheap or free, and will have plenty of space to accommodate all your guests.
On a farm:
Again, this is probably an option for an outdoors person or for someone who knows people who own a farm. Farms can present countless photo opportunities, from old barns and sheds to rusty machinery and picturesque backdrops.
At a professional wedding reception venue:
For those of you who are planning a fancy wedding or who live in the city, a professional wedding reception venue could be the right choice. Places like this give you the chance to plan things to be exactly how you want them to be, and will take care of most details for you.
On a boat:
What better place to have your wedding reception than on a boat, cruising up a river or across the ocean! Here you will have the freedom to be as noisy as you like, throw the party of your life, and to see the sights at the same time.
In the park:
Parks usually have plenty of nice backdrops, which allow for decent photography. Assuming the weather is nice, they can be a very good place to host your wedding, or at least part of it!