The wedding reception venue – Of course this is the most important aspect of the wedding reception–where it would take place. This will involve so many things like its accessibility and how many people would be able to fit inside the said venue. It would be best to consider a reception area that’s just near where the wedding vows and the matrimonial ceremony will be held so that your guests will not have a hard time transferring from one place to the other.
Identify how many guests you want to invite – The wedding decorations and the entire wedding reception’s concept and theme will actually depend on the number of guests you wanted to invite. This will be your basis for the invitations, the reception area’s size, the giveaways, and of course the food and drinks. Consider whether you would like to invite only a chosen few and keep the wedding intimate and solemn or you plan to really go on an all out bash to celebrate your wedding day.
The sixth point you need to make sure is included within your invitation should address how you wish your special guests to dress. Their comfort should be considered if you are having a casual wedding. The last thing you would want is for your special guests to leave early due to feeling out of place because everyone is dressed casually while they are dressed in a tuxedo and fancy dress. This is very easy to refer to in your invitation. All you have to do is to include how your casual event will take place such as in you will be having a casual beach party or backyard barbeque.
Now that you have decided the design of your wedding reception announcement card is time to decide the wedding invitation wordings what to write on your invites will it be formal or informal wedding invitation wording? Before you start writing your wedding announcement card is important to explore ideas and look for wedding invitation wording samples.
First of all the location of the reception party should be easily reachable and suitable for all the invited guests. Take into consideration the distance, traveling time, along with accessibility and accommodation services (if required). Your wedding date would also make a lot of difference in choosing a venue. If it is a peak time of the year (such as Christmas) when your wedding will take place then you must book the venue ahead of time (3-4 months back) as in the end, you won’t be finding any place available to book as your wedding reception venue.