OK, so have you found a place to hold that beautiful ceremony and reception that you are planning? Are you looking around at several Houston area wedding venues? Before you start taking tours, ask yourself a few questions to be better prepared when you meet with the representative of the different Houston area wedding venues.
How many guests are you planning for?
Are you having the wedding ceremony and wedding reception in the same location? If not, see the next question….
Have you allowed for travel time between the ceremony and reception location for both you and your guests to get there?
Is the Houston area wedding venue all inclusive or do you supply your own vendors? Do they have a suggested list of vendors or CAN you hire your own?
What about security? Who provides security and what does it cover?
Are you serving alcohol? Do they provide bartenders or do you? Are they licensed to serve liquor?
If you bring an outside caterer, do they have an area for them to prepare their food before serving?
These are just a few questions for you to consider but here are a few venue set ups to give you some ideas. Whether you are planning for 30 or 300, you can still have a nice area and a good time! If you need suggestions on a Houston area wedding venue, you can talk to your wedding planner or if you need a photographer, I can make some suggestions for you as well.
The Houston area wedding venue is Sterling Banquet Hall, located on Sam Houston Parkway. It has a chapel for your ceremony and two separate ballrooms of different sizes for your reception
If you are flexible, instead of a Houston area wedding venue, you can look at Austin wedding venues or Galveston wedding venues. Here are a couple of suggestions:
This is Rabb House in Austin, Texas:
If Galveston wedding venues are an option, try one of the historic Galveston hotels or even a popular tourist destination like Moody Gardens:
Citadel on Kirby is another nice Houston wedding venue
Hilton Houston Post Oak in the Galleria area is another great choice