Wedding Planning FAQs

What are the first things to do when planning a wedding?

Setting up a budget and deciding on a venue are the two most important things to tick off your wedding planning to-do list. Here’s how to make the right decisions from that start:

By determining your budget & selecting the perfect venue first, you set the tone for a stress-free & straightforward planning process as you prepare to say, “I Do!”

When should I start looking for a wedding venue?

Selecting a venue can be a long process since you often explore many options to check-off all of your requirements: does it have enough room for all 500 guests? Do they offer catering menus that fit your budget and preferences? Is your desired wedding-date a popular choice among other couples? It can take a month or longer to find your perfect venue, but the sooner you start, the better. Plan to begin searching for your venue at least eight to nine months before your big day, and once you find the perfect one, book it as soon as possible to avoid missing out.

What should I consider when booking a wedding venue?

Booking a wedding should not be a confusing process when you’re working with a skilled planning professional at a sought-after venue. Include the following on your checklist to quickly determine whether a venue suits your needs:

While there are many factors involved in planning the perfect wedding, the most important to keep on top of is the budget. By selecting a sensible venue that includes a stunning cake & contemporary menu selections, skilled planners, and elegant décor, you can ensure that your venue is worth the investment & that you don’t break the bank by outsourcing these essential details.

Take a tour of the wedding venue with the on-site event coordinator to make sure you are making the best choice for your special day.