One of the first steps to take when planning a wedding is to choose your wedding venue & banquet hall, and this will play a key role in other decisions that you need to make. For example, until you have decided on your venue, you may not be able to determine how many flower arrangement or what type of arrangements you need. The table rentals and more may also be determined based on the accommodations provided for you by the banquet hall you select.
However, before you can select your banquet hall, you will need to have a rough idea about how many guests you want to have at your wedding and reception. This single factor can help you to rule out several of the venues that you may be thinking about using.
In addition, think about the theme or style of your wedding, the time of year, if you want to be outdoors, how far your guests will need to travel to get there, the parking situation and other factors when making a decision about which venue to use.
These are all important factors that ultimately may be used to eliminate different options from your list. You can then tour the venues and compare costs and availability to make your final decision about which venue to move forward with.
While choosing a wedding venue can seem overwhelming, you will find that you can easily eliminate some options when you focus on these points. Then, you can move on with making other plans for your wedding based on the venue that you have selected.