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Your Wedding Day – Where To Have It?

A wedding is a very exciting day. The day is filled with excitement, joy, and nervousness. The happy couple are excited to start their lives together, whilst they may also be anxious in case anything goes wrong. Even when things do go wrong, it’s still a day that everyone loves to attend. Everyone wants their wedding to be perfect, and for some people, their wedding day is one of the most important days of their life. A wedding is a day full of food, flowers, laughter, and usually a lot of planning. For most people, their wedding day is a day of high emotions. It’s the day they have to stand up in front of their family and friends and say “I do”, committing their love to a single person for the rest of their life.

Every bride and every groom wants the perfect day, but where do you hold the event? With a beach wedding, for example, you can have a natural wedding with lots of guests. With a church wedding, on the other hand, you can have a traditional wedding with close family and friends.

One of the most important elements of any wedding is the location – the place, the setting, the scenery, the weather, the light. The key to an amazing wedding is to find a perfect location, and that means lots of research and effort. If you’re like most couples, you’ve already spent a lot of time and money to find the perfect place and time for your big day, but don’t you want to make the best of it? Have a look at some locations you might want to consider below:

  1. Beach Weddings

Beach weddings are the perfect way to capture your emotions on the day of your wedding. Why? When you are on the beach, you are free to express yourself the way you want to. You will be able to see the sunrise, feel the wind, smell the salty air, express your love, etc…

If you’re considering a beach wedding, think about the weather the day you plan on holding the event. The bigger your wedding party, the more likely it is that you’ll be stuck outside with the heat beating down on you all day. If you are having a beach wedding, make sure you have backup plans in case it rains.

  1. Garden Weddings

When you think of garden weddings, you probably think of a white tent in a small apple orchard or vineyard. But the modern-day trend in weddings has moved beyond the small garden wedding in favor of more dramatic venues such as large stately gardens. A small orchard has a certain charm to it, and of course a vineyard has the added benefit of wine, but a stately garden has an element of grace and grandeur that many couples are looking for.

The truth is that a garden wedding can be a lot of fun, and it doesn’t have to cost a fortune, but if you want to be a little more organized, it can be a lot simpler to have your wedding at a location you have rented. While the cost of renting a venue is usually quite high, it usually comes with things like catering and lighting that you would have to pay separately for if you held the event in your own garden.

  1. Hotel Weddings

Nothing says ‘I do’ like a hotel wedding. They’re perfect for those looking for a non-traditional wedding, and the cost-savings really kick in when keeping the wedding and honeymoon in one place. They’re also good for those who are on a budget but want the whole experience of a special day taking place with family and friends.

It also gives guests the chance to stay overnight, meaning family and friends who live far away will still be able to attend. Having a room to sleep in will benefit many guests who had to drive to get to you, as it means they’ll still be able to drink at the reception without having to risk drunk driving.

  1. Church Weddings

The church wedding has come a long way. Not too long ago, churches not only refused to host inclusive ceremonies, but they also didn’t have the decor or space. Nowadays, churches must accommodate anyone wishing to get married, no matter who they are, and they’re also a little more creative with their décor. Gone are the days of simple white roses – you can now decorate a church however you want, whilst also still being in a traditional setting. One drawback is that you’re unlikely to be able to hold the ceremony and the reception in the same place, but many churches have a hall attached nearby, so if you want to keep things local, it’s the perfect choice.

Weddings come in all shapes and sizes, but many couples feel the most joy when getting married in a place that has meaning to them. While some couples say they want the wide-open expanse of the open seas for their big day, others want the more intimate feel of a garden wedding. Whatever your preferences, you can find great wedding venues wherever you are, whether you’re on the beach, on the bluff, on the water, on the mountain, on the slopes, on the golf course, or somewhere else entirely.

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