Once you are engaged, all you can think about is your big, wedding day. The planning must begin, to ensure that everything goes smoothly.
But with so much running around in your brain, the starting point becomes hard to identify. However, starting with deciding on the right venue is the best place to begin. Depending on how long your engagement will last and what time duration you have to plan your wedding, this can vary.
If you aren’t planning to get married for a year or two, then this can wait. But if your wedding is being planned in a few months, you need to jump on an event booking platform and start looking for the best possible option right away.
When to Book your Wedding Venue?
Booking the right venue should be on top of your priorities when it comes to wedding planning. Many vendors and venues are already booked heavily. Therefore, it is recommended that you look for available dates at your favorite venue and then set the dates accordingly.
Even if you are booking your venue 10-12 months before your wedding; it is fine. It is actually the right approach to do so. Take a few days or even a few weeks to look up the best venues and then book one as soon as something clicks. Make sure your partner is looking up venues with you, as you both have to be on the same page in this regard.
What to Consider before Booking a Venue?
To be honest, there is a lot that you need to consider before you book a venue. What is your wedding timeline? How many months do you have at your disposal? Once you have a general idea of when your wedding is expected to be set, you can start looking for venues right away.
You will be astonished at the options you will get when you try to find the right venue for your big day. This usually causes a lot of confusion for the couple as well. Therefore, it is recommended that you start looking for the best places, as soon as you can. Let’s say if your wedding is expected in 10 months; it is best if you seal the venue within 15-20 days. Do not wait for too long because many people might be marrying in the same month and the venues get sold out pretty quick.
Secondly, you have to consider the vibe you are planning for. Are you planning an outdoor wedding or an indoor one? Do you want a white-themed wedding or do you want it to be an open theme? Make sure you have everything sorted out with the vendors, in regards with your decor, theme, food and arrangements, before booking them.
It is never too early to book your wedding venue. People book it a year before their big day to be sure that they do not miss their favourite place.