Weddings in South Sudan

Choosing a wedding venue is one of the first moves a couple makes when planning for their big day. You ought, therefore, to start the search earlier based on your personal preference.

Finding the best venue for your wedding can be a real task by choosing from castles, churches, restaurants or hotels.

Here’s a list of what you should consider before choosing a venue for your wedding;

1. The number of guests

Once you start planning for your wedding day, have a rough estimate of the number of guests you will be expecting. A small sized venue will not make your guests comfortable and also a large sized venue will appear dull and seem like some of the guests didn’t turn up.

2. Your budget

There will be a number of venues that will be appealing to you for your big day. However, note that not all of these venues will be fit for your budget. Ensure you do not settle for a wedding venue that you can’t afford or make you strain too much money hence limiting other needs.

3. The location

Choose a wedding venue that is accessible to most of your guests. In case your wedding ceremony and the reception are to be held on two different locations, ensure they are close to each other or provide enough transport for all of your guests otherwise this will put off some of them.

This article was originally published on HiviSasa.com

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