Things to Look Out for When Searching for Wedding Venues

Finding your wedding venue can be one of the most exciting aspects of planning a wedding. You can go and see as many stunning venues as you like! However, you must make sure that you do not get caught up with the prettiness of the place before signing on the dotted line. There are some very important questions you need to be sure to ask before handing over your deposit money.

Question 1 – Is your date available?

The first thing you should ask wedding venues in Leicester, maybe even before arranging a viewing, is whether or not the date you would like to get married on is available. If this is not the case but you absolutely love the venue you may need to think about changing the date.

Question 2 – What the price include?

Sometimes you will be given a quote which is only for the venue, sometimes it will include decorations, and sometimes it will include the evening venue hire as well. They are all different and so make sure you ask for a quote break down and for the fee of any additional costs based on what you would require.

Question 3 – Can you bring in outside caterers?

Some wedding venues Leicester are very specific about whole does the catering for their events and will charge an additional fee if you choose to bring in external caterers. However, some venues have a short list of caterers they have worked with in the past and as long as you select one of them they will not charge you any extra. It is important to get this kind of detail cleared up as soon as you can so you are not surprised with any extra cost further down the road.

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