Guest Blog Post: What Kind of Venue is Your Kind of Venue
Planning a wedding can be really stressful, especially if you’re not quite sure what you want. This is particularly true when it comes to the venue, since it’s one of the biggest decisions you’ll have to make. If you still have some doubts, stay with us. Here are five most amazing wedding venues, so check them out and find something that suits your needs and taste.
Church hall as a traditional venue choice
Even though a church hall may be seen as the most obvious venue choice when it comes to your wedding day, I have to say that it doesn’t have to be as predictable and boring as you probably think. Apart from the fact that it’s very convenient, since it saves on your travel costs, it’s fantastic for the brides who are into DIY projects, simply because such a venue requires your own decoration. I personally love to see intricate details and carefully chosen decorative items, especially if they are handmade, which is exactly what makes this venue so fantastic!
Out in nature for a more romantic setting
If you’re a nature lover, you won’t have to think twice about getting married in a park, vineyard, or a garden. In my personal opinion, such a venue has so much to offer – starting with the most astonishing nature-made décor that’ll sweep everyone off their feet. A mind-blowing sunset, in combination with colorful wildflowers and acres of green hills that stretch far beyond your eyes can reach provide the most amazing backdrop you’ve ever seen. Just have in mind that you don’t have the control over weather!
You can’t go wrong with a hotel
Similarly to a church hall, a hotel is always a good option since it’s probably the most convenient one – both for you and your guests. If you ask me about the major advantages of such a venue, I would say: built-in accommodation and experienced staff! It’s always great to book a few rooms for your out-of-town guests – that’s a nice move that shows your hospitality and care, plus you’ll probably get a discount from the hotel management.
Golf courses for unconventional brides
Yes, you read well – golf courses are among the most popular wedding venues these days for a good reason! What’s particularly great about these is the fact that they are so luxurious and sophisticated on one hand, while depicting nature at its finest on the other. Stunning setting is what characterizes this type of venue, as well as the fact that you’ll get to enjoy personalized background tailored just for your needs. I must say that we have amazing golf courses in Sydney, where I live. They are a number one choice when it comes to wedding venues, simply because they offer unique views and the most amazing settings for all the unconventional brides out there. Also, some of them are on the beach so you have a two in one deal. Sweet!
Beach is always a good idea
Last but not least, a beach is always a good idea when it comes to your special day. I’ve attended many beach weddings, and these definitely bring some inexplicable magic and authentic vibe that really can’t be felt anywhere else. There is something very romantic about the beach no one can really explain, and that’s exactly what makes it so irresistible when it comes to choosing a perfect wedding venue. If you ask me, nothing beats the feeling when your feet start sinking into the warm sand, while the sun kisses your skin and a light sea breeze plays with your hair!
All of these five venues can be truly magical and surreal for your special event, particularly if you pick the one according to your own preferences and personal interests. Bear in mind that it’s your special day, and that you should design it the way you like it. Follow your heart and you won’t make a mistake!
Roxana is a travel enthusiast and lifestyle consultant from Sydney and she loves to write about her adventures. She is all about the healthy lifestyle, loves to run with her husband and dogs and has fun cooking exotic meals for her family. Being a typical Aussie, she often hits the waves and loves beaches and sunshine! You can find out more about her writing following her on twitter and facebook. She is also one of the editors at Higstylife Magazine.