by: Lauren

Happy Sunday friends! Continuing our Wedding Photography Tips  series from Every Last Vendor member Aislinn Kate PhotographyI have another video that is chock-full of great information! Aislinn is pointing out some awesome tidbits to consider when choosing a reception venue…

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I have to admit- I definitely wish I had known about some of these things when I was venue shopping! Be sure to catch all of the tips, and keep them in mind when you’re looking for a reception venue!

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I’d love to hear about your own reception venue! Did you consider any of these things? What helped you choose your venue?

[Want to see the other videos from this series? Go here!]

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Lauren Grove is the editor and owner of Every Last Detail. A clueless bride-turned-wedding planner, Lauren uses her experiences and knowledge to educate and inspire brides all over the world.
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  1. Sidra {Rubies and Ribbon} (a Vendor)

    This is amazing advice. I would also recommend considering the paint and carpet colours of the reception room and the entry hallway before choosing a venue. Ugly carpets can’t be covered by decor, and could be in all of your photos!

  2. Brittany (Brittany Dow Photogpraphy) (a Vendor)

    Great advice. Lots of wonderful tips. I too second the above comment on taking walls and especially flooring into consideration. Make sure if there is carpet and/or wall paper it compliments the color and style of your decor. Also take into consideration if your venue has a large wall of windows. It can be gorgeous, but take caution in the time of day. If the sun happens to set directly through those windows it can be blinding for you and your guests. As well as make some important shots of your day difficult for your photographer to capture beautifully. If your venue has large windows and your venues main events will happen the hour or so before sunset try to have important things like the cake and dancing out of the direct bright glare coming through the windows.

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