Things to consider when looking for your wedding venue

Start with an online search 

The internet is a vast resource for wedding venues, and it’s essential to research and compile a list of potential locations that fit your vision. You can begin by searching for wedding venues on Google, social media platforms, and wedding directories. The best part about an online search is that you can view multiple venues in a short amount of time and narrow down your options based on your criteria.

Check out photos and virtual tours 

Visual representation of a venue is key to creating an initial impression. When searching online, look for websites and social media platforms that offer high-quality images, videos, and virtual tours of their venue spaces. This way, you can get a better understanding of the vibe, aesthetic, and size of the space. 

"Bickley Mill's Events Team believe in creating lifelong memories through memorable events – they understand what really matters when it comes down to planning your big day."

-- Vanessa Woodleigh-Smith, Owner of Bickley Mill Inn 

Read reviews and ratings 

Reading reviews and ratings from previous couples who have used the venue can give you a valuable insight into their experience. Look for reviews on platforms such as Google, TripAdvisor, or specialised wedding websites, and take note of recurring comments or issues that can affect your wedding day. 

Consider the logistics 

Think about the logistics that come with choosing a wedding venue. These can include location, accessibility, capacity, accommodation, catering options, decor restrictions, and more. Use the initial search, photos, and reviews to determine if the logistics fits your plan, budget, and guest list. 

Get in touch and schedule a viewing 

Once you have shortlisted a few venues that you like, it’s essential to get in touch with each location and schedule a viewing before making your final decision. This is an excellent opportunity to meet the staff, to get a feel for the venue, and to address any questions or concerns you may have. Booking a viewing will allow you to get a better sense of the venue, how it looks in-person and allow you to connect with your venue and their culture. 

Choosing your wedding venue online requires thorough research, a sharp eye for detail, and a clear vision of your dream wedding day. With the power of technology and the right resources, you can plan your wedding day with ease. A little effort now could have a significant impact on creating a memorable, unforgettable day thoroughly enjoyed by you, your partner, and your guests. 


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