If you can’t believe you’re really getting married, the truth may set in when you start touring wedding and reception venues. That’s when you’ll need to make one of your first big decisions, which is who to bring with you. Here are a few things to keep in mind.
Your Future Husband: It’s great if you can tour venues as a couple if possible, even if that means shifting your work schedules a bit. You’ll be able to make the decision together, and it’s just so magical when you’re both there at the moment when you discover the place where you’re going to exchange your vows.
Your Parents and Future Parents-In-Law: If you think about your relationships with your parents and parents-in-law, you can usually figure out how you want to include them in your venue selection plans. Maybe you’d appreciate getting their input from the start or maybe you want to invite them after you narrow down your choices or even select the venue so they can see it for themselves.
Other Family and Friends: Maybe you have a best friend or a brother you go to for advice when you need to be sure about something. In the end, you can bring anyone you want to be there for you.
Whoever you decide to bring along, touring wedding venues in person is a great way to find out more about any place on your list, and make sure it’s the right choice for your wedding. It gives you a chance to picture how the details will come together, and you’ll get a chance to start meeting the people you’ll be working with as you plan your wedding.
If you’re dreaming of a wedding in the country, contact us at Chandler’s Gardens. We’re nestled in the North Texas countryside just minutes from Dallas. We invite you to schedule a private tour to see our two amazing venue packages with seven incredible ceremony and reception sites to choose from.