A guide to choosing your Norfolk wedding venue.

A guest blog by Celebrate in Norfolk.

For many couples, the first thing to plan is the venue. Here in Norfolk we are spoilt for choice with so many beautiful and unique places now licensed for ceremonies.  

When choosing a venue, you will need to decide if you wish to have the ceremony and reception in one place or would you be happy to have two locations, the ceremony at one and the reception at another. You will also want to consider how you want the day to feel. If you have a theme in mind, the venue plays an important role in bringing that theme to life.  

Something else to consider is the number of guests you are inviting. If you are planning a small intimate ceremony, then you will want to avoid the larger barns and venues. However if big, bold and grand is your idea of heaven, then one of the stately home venues could be just what you are looking for.

Some venues will be able to provide all you could possible require from ceremony room chair covers and sashes to catering. Others will offer a blank canvas where you can let your imagination go wild. However, you may need to plan and provide everything else! When deciding on this, think about how much time you want to spend on the organisation and what level of service you would like from the venue.

There are so many choices out there! If you are struggling to find the perfect venue, you can go to our venues page on our website www.marryinnorfolk.co.uk . All the licensed venues in Norfolk are listed under categories to help you find your perfect location. These include barns, boutique hotels, sporting venues, stately homes, houses and estates and there is even a section on something different!

Whatever you do, choose the right venue for you. Choose one that will tick all those important boxes, to give you a day to remember!

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