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asked Jun 29, 2012 in Venue by Belle
edited Mar 8, 2013 by anonymous
  
 

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It depends on the competition for a particular venue. Just like popular artists and their concerts, some venues get "sold out" just after they open their books. You need to call the venue to see when they will accept a reservation and what it takes to reserve.


answered Aug 22, 2013 by DJ Dave(expert)
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start scouting for the venue 1 or 2 months ahead of time for your wedding. with this ample time you can have the best option of a great venue out there. it's not good to just settle for what is just available for the date of your wedding. once in a lifetime event should be accompanied by great places or venue. good luck.


answered Sep 10, 2013 by antmerry
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Every venue is different. Call the venues you will be using and ask them how far in advance you have to book.


answered Nov 21, 2013 by anonymous
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you should plan and reserve it about 2 - 3 months before the date...


answered Dec 5, 2013 by Emma
+1 vote
ASAP! Look at terms for cancellation though. And get wedding insurance!


answered Apr 12, 2014 by Ainsley 1 flag
you must reserve it as early as 3 months before the event
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Venue is one of the first things to book when planning a wedding, it will set the tone for your guests on where they are going, what the decor will be used, and many other items. It's included on invites, websites. Many venues are booked up 1 year plus in advance, so if your in a popular wedding location book ASAP. Always read the contract for cancellation policy and deposit info. If you booking a Destination Wedding and guests have to travel to the soon the better so, all your VIP can make arrangements. Happy Planning!


answered Jul 1, 2014 by 1StaceyJones(expert)