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Getting married is the biggest event of a young couple's life. There is high hopes of having this grand event be a fairy tale come to life and the two join together. A big part of this wedding is going to be the venue, or the catering hall, where the wedding is held. Many times the couple will elect to have the service and the reception all in one place. Other times the reception is held away from the service area. Whichever avenue you choose you will want to do some research into the catering halls to make sure you choose the right one.
If you do choose to hold the service in a different area than the reception, you will want to find a catering hall that is close to the wedding area. Having to travel a long distance may cause some not to go or cause confusion in the directions.
Another consideration when researching for a suitable catering hall is to find one that does their own food preparation. Some companies do offer catering, and others just allow you to have food catered in. Whatever the choice, you will want to make sure to get the food that you and your husband or wife-to-be were hoping to have at the wedding.
Getting the reception area ready for after the wedding festivities is something else that you will want to consider when researching catering halls. Will you be able to decorate the way you want, or are there strict guidelines to follow? Will the hall clean up, or will you need to have a clean up crew take care of everything after you leave?
One last consideration in researching catering halls is the cost compared to the services. Make sure that you do not pay for things that you will not be using and that the deposit is refundable. When looking at these things you can easily find a great place to hold your wedding and reception for a memorable time.
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