One of the most important, biggest, earliest and – perhaps most importantly – the most expensive decisions you’re going to have to make is find the perfect venue for your wedding. Whether you’re looking for barn wedding venues with accommodation or a simple marquee where you can hold your reception and shelter from the very high chance that the British weather won’t be on your side, the venue should be the thing you think about after you get engaged. |
Weddings usually consist of two parts – the official ceremony and the reception. It’s a good idea to think about how your guests as well as the wedding party are going to get between the two locations. If you’re looking at two separate locations, make sure there is an easy way of getting between them both. Choose something like barn wedding venues with accommodation for the reception and your guests who are staying there overnight (there’s likely to be at least a few who are coming from out of town, perhaps even very far afield) will mean that those guests can drive from the hotel to the ceremony and back (and hopefully transport some of the other guests as well). It’s also possible to hire vintage buses to drive your guests about in style (and for a relatively low cost).
Barn wedding venues with accommodation often give a lot more space than you would find in a city based reception. You might even find that the barn wedding venues which you’re looking at are licenced to conduct the civil ceremony as well as the reception, which will make it all a little bit easier and cheaper, and even lower costs of the overall hire.
There’s all sorts of types of wedding venues you can look at, and there’s something to suit any taste, theme, and budget. You’ll need to know roughly how many guests will be coming in order to hire a venue of the right size. Depending where your guests are coming from, you should consider accommodation. It’s more important that this is close to the reception than the where the ceremony is taking place, as after a very long day people aren’t going to want to travel particularly far if they can avoid it. Barn wedding venues with accommodation, or nearby bed and breakfasts are a safe bet, as you’ll be able to put up all your guests, and have somewhere to stay yourselves after one of the longest days.
Joseph works full time at Suffolk Weddings. The company provides advice and guidance on what could be the best barn wedding venues with accommodation, and how they can work with you to provide the perfect day.
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