In the details of wedding preparations, the wedding banquet can be said to be the climax of the entire marriage process. Most elders still think that marriage must be based on the date. There is a traditional concept of choosing auspicious days. Therefore, when the wedding is in peak season, the wedding banquet is easier Fully booked. If the newcomers can avoid the peak season and auspicious days, they may be able to save a certain amount of money, or get the hotel’s more intimate service and value discounts.
There are many ways of wedding banquets, such as: traditional catering tables (also can be divided into stage shows), wedding banquets in general restaurants or restaurants (traditional Chinese food or buffet), religious wedding banquets (such as Buddhist vegetarian dishes, Christianity Refreshments)…wait. Most people will choose to hold a banquet in a general restaurant or restaurant.
The first step in wedding preparations must first determine the theme and form of the wedding banquet, and then choose the banquet venue. The choice of the banquet venue is an important factor in determining the style of the wedding banquet. As long as you plan in advance, whether it is a retro Chinese style, an elegant Western-style wedding banquet or a lively and interesting table, choosing the right banquet venue can achieve your dream wedding. After the parents of both parties determine the date of the wedding, they can start the selection of banquet venues, on-site visits and various comparisons, so as to select the most suitable banquet venue. Newcomers can choose to host the wedding banquet in a hotel or restaurant according to their budgetary ability. They don’t have to choose a big hotel to have a star-rated ostentation. Economical restaurants can also present a perfect wedding banquet after prior arrangements and planning.
Special attention should be paid to the following points when choosing the venue for the wedding banquet:
(1) Carefully count the number of guests at the banquet.
(2) Draft a budget.
(3) Feast dishes.
(4) Site selection.
(5) Surrounding service facilities.
(6) Other expenses.