How to choose the right wedding location

by Jeff Miller Content Writer
When planning a wedding, the venue is one decision that will determine the outcome of the event and the experience that your guests will have.

When planning a wedding, the venue is the first decision that you will have to make as an engaged couple. This is because your location will largely impact your budget, vendors, attire and even décor. When planning your big day, here are a few factors that will help you choose the perfect venue:


You should discuss with your fiancé to determine how much money you are willing to spend on your wedding. Make sure that you research extensively to determine the rates offered by your desired wedding locations. By allocating a budget for the location, you will mainly focus on venues that you can afford. Furthermore, you will avoid falling in love with a venue that is way above your price range.
The guest list

Before you start looking for a venue like the Gatlinburg Wedding Chapel, you should know the number of guests that you will be inviting to your wedding. This will save you from heartaches and headaches during your big day. You may have challenges if the venue you choose is too small for your expected guests. Furthermore, some of your wedding budgets will largely depend on the number of people that you will be inviting.
Know what is included

 It is best to know what is included in your venue. This is because some wedding spots will offer full-service, while other you can bring in your own décor and vendors. Make sure that everything is priced out and you have a breakdown of the services included in the cost. When choosing a venue that offers in-house catering services, make sure that your calculations include gratuity and taxes.

Guest experience

If you are having a destination wedding that most people that you invite are not from your town, you should opt for venues that are close to a hotel.  You should also consider the comfort within the wedding venue. Make sure that you opt for a venue that your guests will fit in comfortably without cramping together for space. Be sure to ask the venue managers the number of people that the space can accommodate and the number that is allowed by the fire code.

When looking for a Smoky Mountain Weddings venue, make sure that you have already set your exact date. This is important because most venues tend to be fully booked during the holiday months. If you are flexible with the date, you can opt for off-season months when most locations are free. Make sure that you make reservations for the wedding day in advance. Keep in mind that your wedding date and the engagement length will largely impact the negotiations leverage with most vendors.

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