Whether your hosting your engagement party or wedding reception, bat mitzvah or christening, baby shower or Christmas party, the venue is key. It’s really important to get to grips with what a venue can do for you that a marquee can’t and what a marquee event can offer that a venue can’t. There are pro’s and con’s for both as with all other major life choices and this post will aim to uncover the positive, the negative and the financial hurdles that you will face when deciding on your venue.
If there was ever an element of a wedding that gets over looked time and time again, it’s videography. So many couples stick to tradition of a wedding photographer (which is fantastic and if you can land a good one, more power to you) but casually disregard the ‘need’ for a videographer.
Of course with weddings we do not actually need anything other than a registered location, someone to perform the legal marriage and two witnesses. (Maybe a glass of bubbles and a McVegas Burger if you’ve eloped to Nevada for your big day).
Let me explain the reasons for having a photographer and for having a videographer as they are reasonably similar in their goals but completely different in effect.