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13 Jan 2017 - 02:06:25 pm

Wedding Location - A Checklist

"Finally the right location is found, the inspection date is already in the car and we are going to the tour."

I congratulate you - you have found your dream location after a long search, the date is reserved without obligation. Now is the (first and only?) Visit.

Already on the trip to the location you should be attentive.

Checkpoint 1: The accessibility and signposting

Nowadays, we all have a navigation device. Yes, that's right. But does the device find the address given and will it lead you purposefully and without detours? How is the signposting on site, are the parking lots well signposted and illuminated? And: Have a look where you can put your own signposts.

Checkpoint 2: The immediate environment of the location

Get off and just look around. Is the site fenced? Is an unimpeded driveway of the wedding car ensured and where does the park then? Are there special features such as a lake (think of children), perhaps a play area or a beautiful garden, park, adjoining forest in which one can represent the feet a little.

Checkpoint 3: entrance, reception, access to the hall

Basically: cleanliness, friendliness and courtesy are prerequisites for me. That's why I do not go into these things in my blog, I expect.

Disability: If you have guests with disabilities or elderly guests with a walker, so be sure to pay attention.

Is the entrance to the hall signposted? Often, the operator makes a signboard or signboard available. If necessary, Inquire.

Already here you should "have a look at the way to the toilets"

Checkpoint 4: The Hall

Now it becomes exciting - the heart of the location is available to you in one day.

Tip: Take your time!

Where is the bride and groom? Light conditions, windows (to open or air conditioning), floor coverings, walls and ceilings - everything should be checked - also for your possibly decoration. For example candles may be used.

Are there emergency exits, are these freely accessible and how far is the way to the toilets? At the latest, at a larger location, you should be asked: how many events will be held on this special day and how much staff is available for your event (to include in the contract).

Where is the buffet built, where is the place for the DJ or the band? Dance floor? Is it necessary to reserve a place for performances or other "fun"?

Kidies: Is a "corner" in which they are located or can even be looked after? Babies : Baby equipment available?

Tip: give leave yourself a seating plan and sign the tables, chairs etc.. This way, you can quickly notice a problem between the tables.

Of course you should take a look into the toilets. Disabled toilet available?

Checkpoint 5: The contract

Clear rules for both contract parties, exactly defined times from when to when, when is there something to eat, drink, etc.

Likewise, the premises should be clearly named, from when to when the space is available (important for the decoration!) And how many service staff take care of. Of course, the prices may not be missing, namely all agreed services at the agreed costs with payment dates. You should also inform yourself about withdrawal clauses. Do not like a couple in love, but you never know ..

Tip: Do not be afraid to ask the seller if he is and adequately insured.

Dear once asked too much and dicumentiert as too little. Most of the "anger" is caused by wrong or inadequate agreements.

Not all points apply to everyone, but most. Maybe you could take some tips.

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