Types of Wedding Venues to Consider
You’ve decided to get married and have a ceremony. Now the question is, “Where?”. When it comes to choosing a wedding venue, the first thing to decide is whether it will be an indoor or outdoor wedding. Each type of wedding venue depends on personal preference, budget. We decided to provide you with the accompanying pros and cons of both types of wedding venues. In some cases, you could consider combining both locations.
Gardens, Pavilions, Open Tents, Beaches, etcAmong the types of wedding venues to consider, outdoor weddings provide the most relaxed and welcoming ambiance. Check out some of these beautiful outdoor ceremonies below.
Banquet Halls, Churches, Air Conditioned TentsAs far as wedding venues go, indoor weddings provide a cozy closed-off ambiance that feels controlled and held together. There are various types of indoor wedding venues including stand-alone event centers, air conditioned tents, conference centers, churches, hotels and universities. Check out examples below.
Pros: Weather: The good thing about using an indoor wedding venue is protection from the elements. One need not worry about the wind, rain or dust once guests in inside. As an added bonus, you have controlled temperature at your ceremony. Decor: Because of the solid walls and ceiling, it is relatively easier to mount decorations and lights. As seen in the photos above, an indoor venue can be transformed into almost any environment desired. Cons: Cost: Using an indoor wedding venue usually does not come cheap. Renting an air conditioned space and the cost of decor are important factors to consider in choosing from the different types of wedding venues. There might be large deposits required, towards possible damage of property. Setup restrictions: An indoor facility is likely to come with restrictions on what kind of setup and entertainment one can have. Although indoor wedding fireworks exist, some wedding venues do not allow them, because accidents can still happen and cause damage or harm. The number of guests and the seating arrangement you want may not be feasible, depending on the size and shape of the hall you can afford. Related Articles
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