Congratulations on your engagement! It’s such an exciting time isn’t it? The wedding itself might seem a very long way off (you’ve probably not got that far if you’ve only just got engaged!). Setting a date is almost as big a thing as getting engaged itself, and it’s definitely as important. |
Barn wedding venues in Suffolk are hugely popular choices for weddings, and so they tend to book up well in advance. It’s why it’s encouraged that you set your date and book your venue at least a year before the big day. A lot is dictated by where your wedding will be held and when, and it’s useful if your guests have an idea of where they’re going to have to get to as well.
So, after you’ve taken the chance to bask in your engaged bliss and show off your ring a bit, it’s time to get down to some serious planning. This might be the first event you’ve ever planned as an individual or as a couple, and there are likely to need to be some concessions made – either to account for each other’s taste or because of budgetary or time constraints. While you might not be able to get the exact caterers, venue and band you want all on the exact date you were planning, you will still be able to work around your idea until you come up with a solution you’re both happy with.
The first thing you should do then, is sit down together and make a list. If there’s anything you have any strong feelings about, air it now. If you’re against outdoor weddings and have your heart set on one of a few barn wedding venues in Suffolk, make it clear from the off. If themes aren’t his theme, let him have that one. You’ll have both been to weddings in the past and there will be elements of those weddings which you’ve both loved and hated. Now is the time to talk through that particular minefield and make sure you’ve both got the same idea in your head. Barn wedding venues, Suffolk, no theme? Easy. Done. If that’s all you’ve got to work with then you’re already doing very well.
As a couple, visit some barn wedding venues. Suffolk has plenty, so don’t settle on the first, the cheapest, or the biggest. Take note of their prices and availability and go from there. Once you’ve decided on the venue, everything else will start falling into place. Good luck!
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