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When it comes to wedding halls, the one you get married in is one of the most important choices you’ll make, apart from your spouse-to-be, of course! Too small, and your wedding will feel cramped and crowded. Too big and you’ll feel as though no one wanted to come. So it’s important to take stock of how many people you really want to invite.

Do you want this to be a cozy wedding, just for close friends and family? Or do you want to invite all your relatives, family friends, people from work, people from your neighborhood etc.? For some people, it’s necessary to go all out for this special occasion. Before you decide which route you want to take, here are some things you should think about:

What Do You Want?

Sometimes, people get influenced by what their friends and family tell them. Family members will generally tell you to have a big wedding. They want to show you off to their friends, siblings and relatives.

But if that’s not what you really want, you have to be able to say no. Tell your mother or father that you’d rather have 100 people over rather than 500, if that’s what you prefer. But if you sincerely want to go for a big wedding with all the frills and furbelows, then go for it.

What Does Your Spouse-to-Be Want?

After considering yourself, it’s necessary to think of what your spouse wants. Once again, remind yourself that what the two of you want is more important than what friends and family are telling you. But if you want two different things, then consider a compromise.

Let’s say that you want a big wedding but your spouse wants an intimate one. In that case, you could go for something mid-sized. Or maybe you could have your actual wedding on a desert island and then have a reception for friends and family a little later.

Contact us to get more wedding planning tips and to learn more about wedding halls in Orlando.