In time to come when weddings take place again, soon-to-be-wed couples will be on the search for venues both big and small. For some, the idea of a wedding celebration will remain as big events with large guest lists, while others may prefer to have a more personalised event with family and close friends only. Whatever the case may be, there will be a need to meet the safety protocols required by the government. And a hotel that has a reputation of being able to do so, yet organise events successfully, will be in demand, even more so when it is able to offer couples options of either an intimate venue or a larger ballroom.
Nuptials, whether big or small, often entail the same planning process, and top of the list is certainly to secure a venue that meets your preferences and requirements. As such, take prompt action when it is convenient to visit potential venues personally. More than that, be sure to secure the venue soonest possible, especially when there is a lot of pent up demand from weddings postponed from last year.
Some advice :
- If you have chosen a smaller venue that your wedding vendors may not be familiar with, do arrange for a site inspection.
- Look out for special deals that hotels may be offering as they start promoting weddings again.