2 Things To Think About When Choosing A Rustic Wedding Venue

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2 Things To Think About When Choosing A Rustic Wedding Venue

8 June 2017
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Not everyone wants to get married in a church with the full-formal-wedding feel. There are people who are more interested in a more rustic setting. If you are one of those people, then you may be looking to find a rustic wedding venue. When you are choosing your venue, there are some things that you need to consider before you make your final decision:


If you are going to have your wedding at a rustic venue, you are going to need to make sure that you think about transportation. Transportation includes a whole lot of things. One thing it includes is parking. You want to make sure that your venue has enough parking for everyone who you have invited. Not only that, you want to make sure that the parking is either near the venue or that there is some way to make sure that your guests can get from the parking lot to the venue. If any of your guests have disabilities, you would also want to make sure that there are enough accessible parking spots for them to use. 


Accessibility can mean how easy it is for people with disabilities to get into the venue and how easily they can use any facilities in the venue. It can also mean how easy it is for anyone to find it and get to the site. If your rustic wedding venue is out in the woods, the road going to the venue may be narrow or difficult to drive on. That may make it difficult for people to easily access your venue, especially if the road can be adversely affected by any poor weather. For example, if your venue is down a dirt road, days of rain may make the road muddy or difficult to travel on. Accessibility for people with disabilities, especially those with mobility issues can include things like making sure that there is a ramp so that they don't have to negotiate stairs and a bathroom that they can easily access and use. You may also want to check with how wide the doors are. An older venue may have narrower doorways which can make it harder for someone using a wheelchair or walker to get through the door. 

If you want to have a rustic wedding, then you need to find the perfect rustic wedding venue. There are things you need to think about before you pick the right one.