When searching for your wedding venue, consider these tips

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Your wedding reflects who you are, what your love story is, what are your likes and dislikes and, ultimately, what you hope for the future you are going to build together. Obviously, you want everything about the Big Day to be flawlessly incorporated into the overall vision – not just for the aesthetics, but also for the ambiance created at the wedding itself.

Considering your wedding venue is one of the most important decisions you have to make in relation to the Big Day, you should definitely make sure to consider this thoroughly. What are the things to keep in mind when searching for the perfect venue, though? Read on and find out more.

  • Do the homework. The simplest way to start your venue search is by Googling the most popular venues in your area. Narrow down the list of options you get according to your number of guests, to the overall wedding style and any other criteria you may establish with your loved one (including budget range, location, and so on).
  • Ask for some referrals. Haven’t found what you were looking for or you simply want to have more options to look at? Ask for referrals from your friends, relatives and even wedding vendors you have already booked. This is a very good way of making sure the venues you consider are actually worth your time (and, ultimately, your money too!).
  • Check the testimonials and references. It is also important that you check what other people say about your chosen venue. Asking for one person’s opinion is great – but when more people share the same opinion, it is more than likely that the venue you have chosen is of truly high standards.

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Fiori di Miele is an experienced, dedicated and passionate wedding planner – and we’re ready to help you plan the dream wedding you have always thought of! Contact us, let’s have a talk about the upcoming Big Day and we will help you set all the details, so that this special event is truly amazing!

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