How to Find a Wedding Venue: Part 2 - Wedding Venue Questionnaire
In the previous blog, I mentioned 3 Top Tips for finding a venue:
You should consider several factors, such as budget, capacity, location, amenities, and other special requirements. To help you in your search, here is a checklist of questions to consider when evaluating a venue:
How to Find a Wedding Venue: Part 1 - 3 Top Tips
Congratulations on your engagement! After the excitement and celebration, one of the first biggest decisions is selecting a wedding venue. As a wedding planner, one of the most common questions I get from brides is how to find a unique and memorable venue. Here are the Top 3 things to consider when searching for a venue:
1. How many guests: Decide on the number of guests before you begin your search. The guest capacity is limited at someClick here to read more.
Unique Wedding Venues in DC
The District of Columbia (DC) War Memorial aka the World War I Memorial (not the World War II Memorial next to it) is a small gem in the middle of a cluster of DC monuments. It is the perfect place for a small ceremony of 30 under the rotunda, or 200 on the lawn. You can rent the venue for 2 hours which includes setup and breakdown. So, consider this when planning for seating (optional, some ceremonies are standing only) and decor.
Logistically, getting to the venueClick here to read more.
Just Engaged? First 5 Things You Should Do
CONGRATULATIONS to all the newly engaged!
It is an exciting moment isn't it! If you got engaged recently, over the 2021 holidays, Thanksgiving or Christmas, you are both excited, should enjoy every moment and take it all in.
In all of the excitement, there are a few things you should do during this momentous occasion:
1. Get Engagement Ring Insurance
The worst thing that can possibly happen is dropping your engagement ring in a drain or it slips offClick here to read more.