Guests come first.
The guests should always come first in your list of priorities. In order for your actual wedding planning to work out for you the right way, you need to get a grip on the number of guests who will be attending your wedding when it all comes down to it. Before you settle down with a specific type of venue or on the kind of venue that you are planning to book out one way or the other, you need to first make sure that things related to your guest count are taken into account the right way. When you are planning out the specifics for the venue that you are planning to book, you need to know right off the bat that around 30 square feet or so per person should be the basic rule of thumb. Although this might initially some off as an awful lot of space for one person, there are other elements that you need to include such as the tables, movement space for the waiters and the bus boys, and so on and so forth.
Clear the dates.
You need to know right from the very beginning that there will be no complications with the date that you set your wedding day on. There can be an awful lot of issues with something like this so make sure that you go ahead and take things like this in consideration when you are planning things out. Booking during a particularly busy season can be tricky and challenging, something that you should be able to pre-empt as much as you possibly can. Everything should be planned out to perfection. Although perfection will turn out to be a bit of an impossibility, the truth of the matter is that your wedding photographer Nottingham, your florist, your coordinator, and so on and so forth need to get in the loop of what is going on during the day of the wedding. This is something that you will have to take care of as much as you possibly can. Don’t book during a major parade or election season or when there is heavy traffic, issues with room availability with the hotels, and so on and so forth.
Listen to the weather man.
Listen to what Mother Nature has to say and make sure that you make it a point to pay attention at all costs. Weather connections can be quite annoying, to say the least. It can put quite a damper on what you are trying to achieve at some point or so. For example, if you happen to plan out an outdoor wedding and for some reason, it rains, then it can totally ruin your plans for the wedding. You can’t allow something like this to happen at all at any point in time. You, your partner, along with your wedding vendors from your wedding photographer Nottingham to our caterers and so on and so forth will be highly affected by inconveniences like this and this is what you need to try to go ahead and avoid as much as possible if you have the means to do so.