So, if that means two or three venues, is it really worth it?
A clear benefit of this is that you get to experience multiple styles of venue and your wedding day can be one big exciting adventure!
One of the things to consider when choosing a wedding venue is your taste and temperament.
If you are the adventurous type it might be boring remaining at the one venue for the duration of your day.
A lot of couples prefer having their wedding ceremony take place at a beautiful venue where they can exit the doors to their applauding guests, step into a wedding-themed vehicle, and spend some time together before joining the party celebrations.
Remember, too, that if you choose a church ceremony, it is unlikely they will have the facilities to accommodate a large party afterwards.
Churches are of a more formal setting and may not be the most suitable place for your reception. In this situation, it’s likely you will be required to book a second venue to host your reception.
If you choose just one venue for the entire day, you may also need to consider whether the staff have the space and time to set up the reception area while the ceremony is taking place.
It may also remove the magic and illusion of your special day if you can see all the behind-the-scenes work taking place.