The dream of walking down the aisle, your hair perfectly arranged whilst you move towards the man of your dreams at the far end of the room, is one that many of us share. Yet, creating the perfect wedding day isn’t as romantic as the day itself, especially as its overall success depends on your ability to organise everything from start to finish. To make sure that your wedding day is everything you’ve ever dreamt it to be, get in touch with us here at The National Motorcycle Museum, as our venue hire has everything you need to make your wedding a day to remember.
The success of a wedding venue depends on whether or not it encompasses those all-important essentials which make the whole day run smoothly; but what exactly are these so-called ‘essentials’?
Size, Capacity and Amenities
Whilst the venue is often the first on the list to be organised and booked, you need to ensure that the venue you select is able to hold all of your guests – so checking with the vendor and making note of the maximum capacity of guests allowed is a must.
It’s important that you ask for the maximum number of seated guests (for those who wish to have a meal) and the maximum number of standing guests.
In addition to checking the venue capacity, it is also worth enquiring as to the amenities available to you and your guests. At The National Motorcycle Museum, we are able to provide suites with bars and dance floors, and the food which we serve rivals that eaten at some of the top restaurants Birmingham.
Most venues will provide a wedding package with a team of wedding organisers to give you a helping hand. This is an essential for anyone looking to hire a venue, as the additional support you receive is invaluable.
Subsequently, we at The National Motorcycle Museum currently have a special wedding offer, so to find out more about our venue hire or what this package entails, be sure to visit our website for more information. Alternatively, you can call us on 01675 4433 11.
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