Wedding venue aren’t all about fancy things and great looking photos. While everyone loves to marry in a great looking setting, there’s much more that goes into choosing a wedding venue than just its looks.
Many people who have little no to experience of hiring a wedding venue often make mistakes when choosing one for their special day. Below mentioned are some red flags you must avoid when hiring a wedding venue.
Difficult to Understand Contracts
Signing a contract is necessary whenever you’re finding a function room to hire. Usually, contracts are really long and comprehensive, and they explain everything included in the service that you’ve chosen. But comprehensive doesn’t necessarily mean complex and difficult to understand as well.
You should therefore find any missing details from the contract, and should of see if the contract is made and formatted in a way that confuses you. Some wedding venues also forbid couples from giving negative reviews. These venues don’t usually have reliable online reviews. So, that’s a red flag to keep an eye on as well.
In most of the cases, wedding venues end up charging way more than that their initial offer to you would be. That’s why you should also focus on their contract and ask them if there’ll be any other hidden expenses.
Usually, you should always hire a wedding venue which won’t charge you any extra fees. Transparency is the characteristic of a good and trustable business.
You should see if the staff, like the manager and every other person is excited and vigilant when serving you. You can see this when you’re on your first visit to the venue. If the manager is late the first time you meet them, it’s a read flag.