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Blushing Brides and The Ideal Wedding Reception Venue

Posted February 18, 2011 by in Articles | No comments yet

Wedding Hotels can be found all across the country. From small discrete venues to large formal occasions, the location can make your wedding day dreams come true. Some boutique hotels are designed exclusively for wedding celebrations and honeymoons. That’s a great proposition – an all in one wedding hotel that provides the complete package from start to finish.

Since the facility has everything you need, you won’t have to spend extra money on caterers and decorators. Any hotel venue that specialises in the complete wedding and honeymoon package is perfect since you can have the wedding celebrations and the honeymoon all in the same location.

The only thing you really need to worry about is which establishment to choose. There are a variety of wedding hotels in the UK, and not all of them are equal. If your wedding party is large enough it’s possible to reserve the hotel in its entirety, whilst other hotel venues will allow certain rooms and parts of the hotel to be reserved for your wedding.

Some wedding hotels offer more services than others. Ask for a written contract of what the hotel will offer so that you will know what you will be responsible for. Make every effort to go and see the wedding hotel in person, and don’t just rely on websites or magazines.

Different brides will have a different vision of their ideal wedding location. Some brides long for the idyllic grounds of a country hotel whilst others may have a dream of a more unusual and bespoke venue. Whatever the big wedding dream might be, a Lancashire wedding reception can tick all the right boxes.

A few more things before going ahead with the final decision – check how many staff will be working on the big day, ask about refunds (if the worst should happen!) and any other pertinent questions. And finally, just make sure you have a fantastic time when the big day arrives!

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