How to choose where to hold a wedding

The amount of work involved in organizing a wedding is only known by those who have gone through it. The options are endless and you do not know where to start. At Mi Boda & Eventos we usually follow some simple guidelines to help our clients how to choose where they will celebrate their Great Day. And we want to share some of them with you:

What kind of wedding do you want?

First of all, you must be clear about the type of wedding you want, if it is thematic, on a estate, on the beach, in a hotel, in the countryside ... this will mark the rest of the details that come later. And if you do not know which one to choose, we'll help you in person. These wedding themes can also help you.

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Do you want catering or restaurant?

Depending on it, you can make a big screen in the possibilities.

Ceremony in church / town hall or in the place of the celebration?

If you decide to celebrate the ceremony where the banquet or the party, you have to ask if the date and time that you have thought is available and if there is enough space for the different environments.

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Will you all fit?

It is essential at the time of your choice to know as accurately as possible the number of guests, because maybe the place you want does not have enough space.

Do you like the style and decoration of the place?

As we always have in mind, the style and personality of the couple are basic to choose the place of the celebration. The environment or construction of this place must be in accordance with you but, above all, you should know the decoration elements they have and, if they are not to your liking, if you can hire someone who is in charge of adapting everything to what are you looking for.

These are some of our initial tips so you can go through an initial screening to find the ideal place for you. Although if you want to avoid unnecessary headaches, ask us for a quote and we will make the task easier for you as you would have never imagined.


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