Become a Top Wedding Planner – Recommend the Perfect Unique Wedding Locations to Your Brides

 

Have you been having a tough time trying to come up with unique wedding location ideas to suggest to your brides?  If so, you might want to get the March 2011 issue of Brides magazine (US edition). In it you will find a flow chart with location ideas for your current and future clients.

 Here are some of the suggestions, along with tips on how to find them:

If you have a  nature-loving bride

  • Park amphitheater
  • Summer camp
  • Wilderness retreat 

Check with your city or county Parks and Recreation department to find out the availability of their spaces for weddings. Remember to warn your bride that there may not be much privacy in a public recreation area and the wedding may have unwanted “guests.”

For the bride who wants an upscale outdoor wedding (that may also have an indoor option to use in case of bad weather)

  • Vineyard
  • Botanical garden or solarium
  • Lakeside lodge
  • Historical estate

Do some research on the websites of Convention and Visitor’s Bureaus (CVB’s) and tourist information centers to find venues that are suitable for weddings.

For the bride who wants an indoor wedding in a unique location

  • Museum or art gallery
  • Historic mansion, library or bank
  • Planetarium
  • Upscale restaurant or event space

If your bride wants to get married indoors, think outside-the-box and instead of going to a hotel or country club, check local museums, galleries and historic homes.

Make sure you have a wide variety of ideas for wedding venues so you can easily recommend the perfect locations for your brides.



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