No one would ever say that planning a major event, like a wedding, is easy, but it shouldn’t be something that is so difficult you cannot handle it. When it comes to reception halls on Long Island, there are, unfortunately, some common misconceptions that brides and grooms take as the truth. Instead of taking everything you hear about reception halls Long Island at face value, take your time, do your research and understand what is true and what may be false.
Misconception 1 – Choose Your Date Before Anything Else
One of the most common misconceptions that people have about reception halls is that you must choose the date of your event before choosing the reception hall. However, that isn’t necessarily the best way to go about planning for your reception. If you choose the date first, you may have to settle for a reception hall that you don’t love just to accommodate your date. Instead, look for your dream venue first, then choose your date.
Misconception 2 – You Have to Book on a Saturday
Another thing that is commonly considered “truth” but is actually false is the fact that people believe that you can only book your wedding reception on a Saturday. Saturday evenings are certainly the most popular days to hold a wedding reception but technically, you could have a reception any day of the week. In fact, if you choose to book your reception on a Friday or Sunday, even another day during the week, you will find a lot of significant savings. This means that you can even find a nicer venue for a lower price.
Misconception 3 – Your Wedding and Reception Should Be Separate
Unless you want to get married in a church or synagogue, there is really no reason why you cannot get married at the same event hall that your reception is being held at. In fact, you probably will be giving your guests a break by keeping them in one place. The convenience that your guests will experience by not having to drive from one location to another will be greatly appreciated.
By taking the time to learn more about the misconceptions of reception halls, you will be able to better choose the reception hall that will best meet your needs.
Are you looking for reception halls on Long Island? If so, contact The Carltun. They can be reached at www.thecarltun.com or by phone, 516-542-0700.
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