Key Factors When Choosing a City and a Season for Your Wedding
Choosing the best moment for your big day might be stressful, and many find it hard to decide the perfect time and city for their wedding. Worry no more, here are some tips to help you find the best season and city for your celebration.
Your wedding theme. When you have settled on your wedding theme, it is then possible to find where and when to have it. Always consider a season and city that rhymes with your preferred theme. There are certain cities that have a unique theme that will be best suited for your wedding. Also, a particular season usually goes with a specific theme; hence you should consider the most suited one for your wedding.
Your wedding budget. The budget that you have set aside for your wedding is very important. Certain cities will require an escalated budget, so you should choose one that is within your range. Also, certain seasons like winter may require you to have a different set-up for your wedding.
Your wedding location. Are you planning to have a wedding in a church with the reception in the same place, or planning to transfer your guests to a different location for the reception? Most couples will prefer a city that is near to their home or a place where the groom or bride grew up. A location where they feel they are comfortable in. Others will prefer a place with favorable weather. You should also consider your guest desired location. You should not choose a city that is too far from where they live. Therefore, it is important to have a location suitable for the couples as well as their expected guests.
Your wedding taste and style. Different cities and seasons have a different style. There are those cities that have an old style theme, while others have a modern one. A couple may reach a consensus in having their wedding in a city that has a different style fitting their match. It is important to choose a city and a season that suits both parties’ style and taste.
Published on: Tuesday, 06 November 2018 Modified on: Monday, 14 January 2019