Wedding Venue Checklist. Planning Tools

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After the success of the previous two wedding planning tools on the blog, i am continuing in the series. I think it is agreed that one of the first things to consider in your wedding planning is of course the venue.

When it comes to your venue hunt, decide your vision for the day. If you think outside the box you could find a real gem which isn’t a conventional wedding venue, but be prepared to put the work in. If you are flexible with your date, whether it be low season {winter apart from Christmas} a weekday or last minute, you could find a real bargain.

So i have compiled a comprehensive list of everything you could ever think of when searching for a wedding venue, questions you should ask on a visit and a costings list.

Feel free to chop and change the resource as needed, and print out pages when you need them, take them to your appointments and pop them in your wedding folder.

There is a word version which can be used online or customised and a PDF version ready to print and go.

 

WORD: wedding venue checklist

PDF: wedding venue checklist

I hope you have found this useful. Please leave a comment, i’d love to know your thoughts for future wedding planning tool ideas. Feel free to leave any venue tips to couple’s below, where are you getting married, how did you discover your venue, and if you are already married do you have anything you wish you considered?

See below for the other wedding planning tools for download……

♥ Wedding Planning Timeline.

♥ Wedding Budget Planner.

7 thoughts on “Wedding Venue Checklist. Planning Tools

I love that the first question you should ask yourself is “Does the venue please you visually.” The venue is one of the most expensive items on the wedding planning checklist. You may as well like what you pay your hard earned quid for ;-)

Hehe very true Christie. But then if it doesn’t if gives you food for thought and whether decoration could be used to improve this :-) xx

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