Wedding Planning and event management are critical for the success of any wedding. Tahani Events pays careful attention to detail, including timing requirements for the arrival of all parties, especially the bride and groom. Additionally, the timings for serving starters and main courses needs to be carefully managed and contingency measures put in place.
Tahani events have planned and managed successful delivery of hundreds of weddings. We are delighted to share our expertise with our valued customers. Each wedding is a unique event and as such there is always something new to consider. We build on our experience but at the same time, we are humble enough to know each wedding is truly unique and as such will have features that no other wedding had or will have in the future.
Tahani Events works at leading wedding venues hotels in London and throughout the UK. We have established strong long term relationships with the leading venues and successful track record in managing every aspect of wedding events.
Tahani Events can organise your wedding event in the venue and location of your choice. We have arrange the construction of marquees, worked at Manor Houses and other historic venues.
Tahani Events works at leading regional wedding venues throughout the UK. Call us for a free consultation to discuss your specific wedding venue requirements.
Furthermore, we are proud to offer halal, HMC-certified catering (please see 'catering' category for more details).
Use these wedding venue tips to help you make your big decision on where to hold your wedding reception
The number of people you want at your reception may well dictate your choice of venue -- or vice versa! It is usual for everyone who has been invited to the wedding ceremony to be asked to the reception.
If only a small number of guests can attend the ceremony due to lack of space, or you want a very private ceremony, then additional guests can be invited to the reception afterwards. For 100 guests or more, consider rooms designed specifically for holding receptions, as they will have all the facilities you need.
Most reception venues will quote you a cost per head for food and drink, plus a hire charge for the venue (or hire of a marquee) plus the cost of any entertainment, a toastmaster, cake stand etc. In your initial consultation with a venue, get a full list of all the possible costs and charges. Decide roughly what your budget is and your ideal head count and then the venue price range will become clear.
Once you’ve got a particular venue in mind, there are some important questions to ask to make sure that it really is suitable for the sort of reception you want:
- Are there adequate cloakroom and lavatory facilities?
- Are there facilities for less mobile guests or anyone with a disability?
- Is there special seating for elderly or frail guests, particularly if the reception does not include a sit-down meal?
- If children are to be invited, are there special facilities for them, for example areas where they can let off steam or highchairs for the meal?
- Are there sufficient car parking arrangements
- Is the reception venue within a reasonable distance of the ceremony? Is it easy to find, or well sign-posted?
- Will the reception venue accommodate the right number of guests and allow you to have the kind of reception you’ve got planned? Check carefully things such as licensing laws and late night curfews.
- Is there accommodation at the venue, or nearby, for out-of-town guests?
Are decorations included or will you have to provide your own balloons, flowers, table decorations?
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