2. Trying too hard to save money on the venue can be bad, too
A bare venue, such as a large loft in a building or an empty hall in a barely used part of a property can be priced very cheaply.
The problem with such low-end venues, however, is that it will be up to you to bring in everything that you need for your wedding, such as lighting, furniture, carpeting, cutlery and silverware.
Often, you end up paying way more than you would if you picked a higher-priced venue that came with all the necessities included. Opt for moderately-priced venues, such as restaurants, which already have a neat ambiance.
Bear in mind that sometimes it’s much less expensive to buy your own items such as silverware or tablecloths rather than renting them.