Choosing a wedding venue can be one of the most difficult parts of planning your wedding. How many guests you wish to invite can be determined by your choice and vice versa. Not everyone attending the wedding ceremony is invited to the reception.
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If space is limited to the location where the ceremony will be held or if you want a small private ceremony, you may want to ask additional family members and friends to attend your reception and you will need to provide a location where the number can be comfortably accommodated by people.
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For 100 guests or more, it is best to look at rooms specially designed for wedding receptions as they have all the amenities you will need. However, if you have a small number of guests or you are on a tight budget, consider other options.
It may sound pretty obvious, but before you recharge and book your chosen venue, make sure you and your fiancé want the same type of wedding and reception. For example, one of you might suggest getting married abroad and it sounds great.
Imagine getting married on a sunny beach and then partying with friends and family by eating outside on the terrace overlooking the sea. That dream can be shattered when you consider that out of the 100 guests on your wedding list, only a handful may be on vacation and can afford to travel abroad along with the cost of housing there.