(Closed) How to decide?

posted 5 years ago in Venue
Post # 3
922 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2013

The venue sounds great!  We looked at 5 venues.  We chose the one that was my favorite.  🙂  It wasn’t FI’s favorite, but this one had three beautifully defined areas for events (one for ceremony, one for cocktail hour, one for reception).  It also had a lovely outdoor back up for rain (outdoor ceremony was a must).  It also fit the budget the best (for what all was included), and my parents are paying so they eventually had the final say.  This venue also would have been the most stress-free as far as food, decor, flowers, set up, etc.  The venue did it all for you.

Good luck!

Post # 4
11 posts
  • Wedding: October 2013

@ecrowe1218if it’s right, it’s right! if you love it, why keep looking? you’ll only confuse yourself. my sister went to 20-25 venues before she picked hers. I went to 3. Ultimately, I had a much easier time choosing than she did. By the end, she couldn’t even keep them straight and just talked herself in ciricles trying to pick one and probably ended up settling just because she couldn’t remember them all…

i wouldn’t worry too much about how many venues you’ve seen. if you love it, you made the right decision. 🙂

Post # 5
1466 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: March 2012 - Father's Vineyard Church/ A Touch of Class Banquet Center

I only looked at one before knowing that it was the one. I later went to a wedding at another one of our choices, and I know for a fact now that I had made the right choice! Just trust your gut!

Post # 7
1669 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2014

We researched 3, picked our favorite, went to see it, fell in love with it (and the AMAZING coordinator) and booked it, cancelling our appointments at the other two venues. 

If it is right, it’s right. We sort of knew from research ahead of time though.

Post # 8
905 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: February 2014

At first I was going to tell you that if you love the one you saw, you should go for it and not waste your time on checking others. Now that you’ve posted that this one is at the expensive end and that you have less pricey ones to check out I’d suggest looking at one or two of those to see if your heart still belongs to the first one. If so, just do it. Don’t bother looking at more than 7 or 8. You’ll lose your mind.

We actually visited a grand total of 1 venue. We did extensive online research, and after ranking them and visiting the frontrunner first, we confirmed that it was the best choice for us. Good luck!

Post # 9
458 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

I saw about 5, including one I drove by to scope out and one we visited informally (it has a museum component, so we made a dual-purpose trip, but didn’t get too in depth to the wedding stuff).  I only took him to 3, one because I had an appointment on a hang-out day so he tagged along and the top 2, which were very similar.  Once I stepped in “the one” I kind of knew, and the #2 choice was very VERY similar, just larger scale…which means more $$, so that made the final decision for us.  I feel like once you get a sense of what you like and don’t like, the decision becomes much easier.  I don’t think seeing more venues will necessarily serve you if you really like this one, but I totally get that sometimes seeing how it’s better than other venues gives you peace of mind going forward.

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