Now’s the time to start requesting information from the venues’ websites to help narrow things down to a viewing list. Their responses can provide useful insight into what the venue team will be like to deal with throughout your journey from first viewing to the day itself.
Fast response to your inquiry will indicate professionalism and an understanding that you’re very keen to receive what you’ve asked for! Some successful venues have systems that will send you the information automatically within minutes 24/7, followed up by a friendly team member once you’ve had time to review what’s been sent. A slow response could indicate a small and overworked team.
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Is the information enough for you to get a clear idea of how your day might run, what flexibility you have at the venue, the menus, food and drink prices, and any FAQs to answer lots of other questions before you spend your time going to visit?
If you still need to contact the venue to get answers to a raft of questions, it might indicate they’re not as ‘customer focused’ as you’d want them to be.
Budget is of course key, so make a careful comparison of the venue’s costs, and be sure you compare ‘like for like’. Be sure to read any supplementary information, to include special things you really want to include for your day. Once done, you can relax and enjoy your venue viewings with confidence in your budget.