How To Choose The Perfect York County Wedding Reception Venue

If you already know which York wedding reception venue you’re in love with, consider yourself lucky. It helps to have a cornerstone in the wedding planning process. The venue is a great place to start. If you’re like most couples, though, you have no idea where to host your reception. You probably don’t even know where to start! That’s why I decided to create a series of articles on finding the perfect reception venue.

Find Your Theme

Unless you already have a spot in mind, it’s a good idea to decide on your wedding day theme before finding your venue. You can narrow down your search to places that fit the look you want.

York Wedding Reception Venue | Elegant Theme Requires Elegant Venue

Find A Venue To Match The Elegance Of Your Wedding

If you want a sleek, minimalist wedding, a barn might not be the right fit. I think it’s useful to have a “I’ll know it when I see it” attitude while shopping around York County for reception venues.

Be Flexible

You should have an idea of what you want, you don’t rigidly adhere to it. Your wedding photos might make it onto Pinterest, but don’t copy and paste all of your ideas! Your wedding won’t be as special if it’s not unique.

Even If You Love Everything About This Pinterest Favorite, Don’t Be A Reception-Jacker!

You’d be surprised at the versatility a venue like Perfect Settings has. Share your ideas with the venue’s owner. Chances are, I’ll have ideas as to how I can accommodate your plans.

Hire A Coordinator

I don’t require that you use my coordinating services in order to have your wedding at Perfect Settings, but I do encourage it. Similarly, I offer planning services for any venue you might choose.

Wedding planners are probably the best sources of advice for anything, including where to have your wedding reception. This is just one reason why it’s incredibly important to hire one. For a bunch of others, check out the “coordinating packages” section on my site.

Images courtesy of esharkj and David Niblack.