Most Brides and Grooms know where they are going to be holding the rite before they decide where to have the reception, so we have assembled 5 observations that will help you when choosing your venue. Distance - If folk have to drive a good way to get from the celebration to the reception, some will get distracted or decide to do something else.
If it isn't feasible to get a reception hall close to your rite, make a caravan. Attempt to start the reception within an hour or 2 of the rite. This may be one of the few times that both families will be together. Size - Folk like their private space, and they have most likely spent an hour packed into a church for your rite. Confirm your reception hall has masses of room for your visitors. , be certain all reception to-dos are complete by the start time of the marriage. All tables should be set-up including cake table, entertainment's table, sign-in table, food tables, and tables with chairs for all guests. This step isn't imperative, but it is nice for everybody to understand who the marriage party is as many have not met before your marriage.