Planning, planning, planning… |
There’s nothing you’re going to be doing more of in the months approaching your wedding date than planning. Without this you could easily forget really important details, fail to find a caterer in time, or have nowhere for your out of town guests to stay. The very first, and perhaps one of the most important and complex bits of planning that you’re going to have to do in order for your wedding to go off without a proverbial hitch is finding the most idyllic barn wedding venues with accommodation, which ticks all of your boxes.
Which boxes would they be, then?
Whether you’re looking for barn wedding venues with accommodation, or a stately home near where you grew up, most people will have some sort of idea of the aesthetic of your dream wedding venue. If you don’t though, there’s no need to panic. There’s a lot more practical considerations you will have to make before you get down to nitty gritty deals about what the place looks like.
For starters, how many guests will you be inviting? This will give you a good idea of how big a space you will need to find for your reception venue. Remember that every guest will cost you in both food, drink and space, so if you’re working from a limited budget, make sure that you don’t go too wild on the guest list. The more people you can cut, the more money there will be to spend on other areas of your day (like the bar, for example!), or even on your honeymoon. If a lot of your guests are travelling any sort of distance to be with you on your big day, it is well worth finding somewhere which has on site accommodation, or ties with a local hotel or bed and breakfast where you can reserve a number of rooms where your guests might like to stay.
Barn wedding venues with accommodation aren’t particularly hard to come by, but they do get booked up well in advance. When you consider that most engaged couples book their venue up to two years before they actually plan on getting hitched, there’s very little chance you’ll find the place of your dreams with only a few weeks’ notice. The longer you can give as notice, the more people are likely to be able to attend, and the more likely you’ll be able to find a date when the barn wedding venues with accommodation will have some room.
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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