Why You Should Have a B&B Wedding

Venues have a lot to offer for a wedding reception and ceremony, and some might have better accomodations or deals than others. When researching a venue for your wedding, there are a few factors to take into consideration:

What’s the price and what does it include?
Does the venue allow you to cater your own food?
How many guests can it accomodate?
Does the venue have wedding planning in place?

While there are several other questions to ask when choosing the right venue for your wedding, these are the primary quesitons you should first research to decide if the place is right for you.

Many brides and grooms are turning to one type of venue that often times includes wedding packages and all-inclusive accomodations for the family and guests. Bed and Breakfasts are among some of the most popular wedding venue choices as they cater the food directly from the venue, offer entertainment, and even provide lodging for you and your guests. Here are some top reasons to consider a B&B for a wedding venue:

The grounds of a bed and breakfast are beautiful. A key feature in B&Bs is the beautiful backdrop they provide. Innkeepers already work hard to keep the grounds taken care of. Gardens are especially a major backdrop in bed and breakfasts.

They provide small, intimate settings for weddings or large family weddings. The wedding party size is ultimately up to you (and, of course the size of the B&B). Most bed and breakfasts pride themselves in offering small, casual, yet elegant weddings, while others are large and can house up to 100 guests or more. However you want it, it’s nice to know you have the option of hosting a small, private wedding party.

They can be rented out entirely. Similar to the last reason, bed and breakfasts usually offer the bride and groom the option of renting out the entire B&B for the wedding and their guests to lodge in the rooms. Wedding parties can reserve inns for a couple nights to fully celebrate such a wonderful memory.

Many provide and cater food. Bed and breakfasts are known for their cooking. Typically included in the price, bed and breakfasts provide food to wedding parties.

Whatever you choose, a bed and breakfast is an intimate place to share memories with family and friends.

About the Author: Monica is a guest contributor from Presidents’ Quarters Inn, a bed and breakfast located in Savannah, Georgia, offering wedding packages and plenty of amenities for its guests.

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