Guest capacity - If there is a wedding, there will be a lot of guests who might have to travel to the venue. Therefore, it is best to decide a venue close to where your guests in order to avoid extra costs.
Indoor or Outdoor – When having an outdoor wedding make sure to have a contingency plan for a bad weather.
The date - If you have decided on a date for your wedding and it is set in stone, check the availability of that date before you visit. If you’re flexible about the day of the week, month, season, or even the year of your wedding you will have a much wider choice of venues.
Decor – When you think of having a particular wedding theme for your wedding. Set you idea for your wedding theme beforehand. Make arrangement s on in advance.
Vendor choices - Non traditional venues are now soon becoming the norm. Make sure you check out every place for a cost efficient and perfect venue. Always try to liaise with the manager of the venue. Don’t be afraid to bargain.
Decide on a budget – Before choosing a wedding venue, it is best to decide on a budget to splurge on the venue, as it will help to narrow down venues, and deciding on the number of people and the type of ceremony you want will help narrow down venues to the best of the lot.
Location – Will the location be easy for out of town guests to find. Make sure that wedding designation accessible to everyone.