How To Pick The Best Wedding Venue For Your Wedding Day

How To Pick The Best Wedding Venue For Your Wedding Day

Everybody wants to make their big day to be remembered. We all want to make it more memorable by gathering family and friends to celebrate and mark the important moment of our lives. Once the wedding day/date is decided, bride/bridegroom’s parents start worrying about the wedding location, they want their wedding to be the most happening one. It can be very problematic while picking the spot. Don’t panic and keep on reading the article to get ideas for the venues.

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Types of Wedding venues

Banquet Halls

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Banquet halls are on trend these days. They have indoor huge halls which can accommodate two thousand and more guests. If you want a lush wedding venue, banquet halls are something to go for. You can find different styles of banquet halls in whichever theme you want according to your budget. Huge packages can be available at affordable prices. Since banquet halls are huge, you can get a huge dancing space for the reception. Banquet halls are also suitable for celebrating anniversaries, birthday and more! It is suitable for traditional as well as formal wedding events.


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Resorts can be a perfect venue for your wedding. Splendid gardens with beautiful lightings and lamps will leave your guests in awe. You can get resorts at reasonable prices with good ambiance. This is a perfect spot to book for the wedding. Nothing would look more elegant and fun than a resort on your special day. Outdoor gardens are preferable for the wedding to create the day of your dreams. Resorts can have huge spaces and beautiful serene views that create a romantic occasion. You can also throw a pool party or go for a mini picnic before the wedding.  Resort venues are highly recommendable for a memorable wedding.

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Heritage Property

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Secluded in stunning countryside with mesmerizing views is a perfect spot for your wedding. Heritage property is famous for its stunning beauty and gives a royal touch to your wedding. Outdoor and indoor spaces, both are preferable for an ethnic wedding. Extravagant courtyards with excellent architecture can be used as a good backdrop for the wedding. If you are looking for a traditional theme you can definitely go for heritage property. Huge acres of land with magnificent palace will give a more royal touch to the wedding. Huge acres of land will surely satisfy you and increase the elegance of the wedding. An oasis of calm on the edge of the city with jaw-dropping views at night will add some extra oomph.

If you want to find good wedding venues in Mumbai, Delhi, and any city, you can refer to Wedmegood, they are the trusted best wedding planning site which has the 2000+ wedding destinations in India. You can also find wedding décor, bride and groom wear, bridal makeup, wedding cards, wedding photographers, wedding cakes, wedding mehndi, wedding jewelry, catering and much more on this site. You can find all the details and honest reviews about the venues on their site. You log on to their official website or can download the app from google play store or Apple store. You can contact their venue experts who can get you the best price on venues guarantee. So, what you are waiting for? Go and check out the website right away!

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28 thoughts on “How To Pick The Best Wedding Venue For Your Wedding Day

  1. Tessa says:

    These is a great range of wedding venue options. Personally, I prefer the smaller, more intimate wedding venue, but that depends on the number of guests you plan to invite. Nice line up of choices.

  2. Nahashon Kyalo says:

    I am not contemplating on getting married anytime soon, but when the right times, I’m sure these points will come in handy.

  3. Debra Roberts says:

    I can’t get over the cost of weddings now. Is it bad to hope that all of my kids elope and have a nice quaint reception? One did…3 to go! My entire wedding was under $3000 in 1988…how times have changed!

  4. Nina N says:

    My wedding reception was booked the night before our wedding and it was in a five-star hotel. We simply walked in and we only had very chosen people. It was the best day of my life.

  5. Erica (The Prepping Wife) says:

    Great tips. Weddings are such a special day and these tips help a ton because there is so much that goes into planning a wedding it can easily become overwhelming.

  6. Kiwi says:

    I would love to have my wedding at a heritage like property but I wouldnt mind a resort as well! I cant wait until I can actually make this decision one day!

  7. Live Learn Better says:

    Great tips right here. But at the rate at which marriages crash nowadays, one needs to be extra careful spending so much money on wedding.

  8. Brianne Tursi Manz says:

    These are all great ideas. I think it comes down to what you and your partner want for your special day. These are great to talk over with your spouse-to-be.

  9. Theresa says:

    We don’t have a lot of options in my area, but finding the right venue should be carefully considered as it’s one of the most important parts of planning the big day!

  10. Lyosha says:

    it looks beautiful! i am not a fan of weddings in fact. I dislike big gathering. My own wedding was pretty much for the two of us. ok three, we took our dog with us. but I know a lot of people dream abiut it and I can not deny the beauty

  11. artchee says:

    Booking Resorts and Banquet Halls are very popular here. I think it’s more convenient for the guests this way. :0)

  12. Sharon Wu says:

    these are some really great tips! i think a wedding is in the near future for my boyfriend and me, but even just thinking about it overwhelms us haha. i think reviewing this is a good start though!

  13. Trish Veltman says:

    It’s a big decision for an important day and there are so many beautiful venues to choose from. My husband and I were only having a small event, and ddn’t go for a traditional wedding venue. We booked out our local Indian restaurant, which was our favourite place to eat.

  14. Mary Lentz says:

    Ours was a small heritage home. We kept ours quite and intimate. I was able to spend time with all our guests and didn’t break the budget. Great post.

  15. Tracy @ Cleland Clan says:

    Any venue you pick can be special. Keep your budget in mind—backyard weddings and receptions are just as beautiful and fun as the ones in expensive banquet halls.

  16. Danyelle Whitley says:

    Each wedding I have had, it rained and I live in Las Vegas! We finally opted for the drive thru chapel for my 3rd 🙂 Love your tips!

  17. Scott J DeNicola says:

    When we were married we wanted a venue where ours would be the only wedding occurring. We didn’t want to be at a wedding factory with three happening at once. We only had about 150 people so it wasn’t hard to find that. Some weddings these days are so over the top but do what makes you happy. Great tips

  18. Subhashish Roy says:

    Really good tips. A wedding is for most, a once in a lifetime opportunity & hence needs to be planned well in advance and with passion.

  19. Stacie says:

    These are great tips. I think it all comes down to the vibe you want, the number of guests you’ll have, and of course, your budget.

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