After your engagement, the most important decision to make is that of the wedding venue. The location of your wedding reflects your personal style, and once it is finalized, then the rest of the details, such as the decorations and…
After your engagement, the most important decision to make is that of the wedding venue. The location of your wedding reflects your personal style, and once it is finalized, then the rest of the details, such as the decorations and color scheme, will perfectly fall into place. Here is a list of wedding venue must-haves to check before selecting the right one.
The size of the Room
Nobody enjoys an overcrowded wedding. The wedding venue’s size is crucial to consider while selecting one so that it befits the number of guests you have. Often, when you view an empty space, it looks huge, but try to imagine what it would look like with all the wedding essentials such as the chairs, tables, buffet, band or DJ set up, the dance floor, and the guests. A good idea would be to peek at the space when another function is going on.
The Layout of the Venue
When looking at different spaces, try to picture the logical spaces for eating, drinking, talking, and dancing. How would each activity take place at a particular venue? Is there enough room near the bar? Is there space for the dance floor with all the tables set up? How the room will look when separated into the different sections is an important consideration.
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Privacy of the Venue
If privacy is a matter of concern for you, choosing a public place for a venue like a garden or a beach would not be a good idea. You would need to select a venue safe from uninvited guests with very little chance of unexpected visitors passing by. A banquet hall is an ideal venue if privacy is a matter of concern. And even while booking for your reception indoors, you can schedule your function at a time when no other hall is occupied, giving you complete privacy.
Lighting sets the mood of a place, and the right lighting can give an exquisite visual impact. Lighting should complement the decor and theme of the wedding, enhancing the overall feel of the party. Ask the venues about their lighting controls so that it can be adjusted for your big entrance, dinner, and dancing.
It is advisable to check for the parking facility near your venue where it is legal to park. Inadequate parking might end up drilling a hole in your pocket if you have to figure out other viable vehicular alternatives.
Magnolia Banquet Hall is one of Calgary’s leading Wedding/Event Venues. Magnolia frequently accommodates parties, business conferences, birthdays, concerts, and more. Their dedicated staff is adept at managing events, and you can leave the responsibility of organizing and managing them.