Wedding Venue & Wedding Reception Venue


There are many things to take into consideration when selecting a wedding venue. Before you go to view a potential wedding venue take time to think about your requirements and take a list with you to check off as you look around. Consider things such as is it within your budget. Can it comfortably hold all the guests you would like to invite to the ceremony? Does it offer menus that appeal? Are there restrictions on the time the celebrations will finish? Is the wedding venue easily accessible to all your guests? Choose an ideal wedding venue that has a picturesque setting for your photographs as well as its location and facilities.

An approved and licensed wedding venue offers both the environment of choice coupled with a highly personalised service which can include your own wedding vows as well as more of your own selection of music, readings and love poetry.


Wedding Venue

Wedding Venue

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Civil Wedding Venue

Civil Wedding Venue

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Wedding Resources

Civil Ceremony Venue

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Selecting your Wedding Venue


Planning a wedding is just as painstaking as it is exciting, and every detail must simply be in perfect concordance with the rest. One of the key factors is, of course, selecting the wedding venue, which must meet every expectation of the bride and groom and their guests in a suitably arranged d├ęcor. That is why it is advisable to choose a venue which comes with excellent recommendations for this type of event.

First of all, in terms of practicality, the venue must be large enough to accommodate all guests, provided that the final number has already been decided. Some wedding venues, such as Nailcote Hall for instance, offer various reception rooms which differ in size, to suit smaller or larger groups of people. Also, you should decide whether you want to use a venue specifically for the reception or you would prefer to have the actual ceremony there as well, for more convenience, as certain venues +offer the choice of a religious or civil ceremony before the reception. Moreover, some venues include a hotel, which means overnight accommodation for the married couple as well as the guests is available on the premises, a very handy feature when travelling from faraway locations. Details such as the menus on offer are also of high importance, and needless to say, the costs must be affordable.

Secondly, from a more subjective point of view, the appearance of the wedding venue is of utmost significance as well. Whilst some couple prefer their wedding reception to be held in a restaurant, others save ahead and opt for a more romantic and extravagant setting, such as a castle or a venue designed specifically for this kind of special occasions. Top quality venues always offer advice and undertake detailed planning with their customers, to ensure a faultless course of events.