What To Consider When You Have A Larger Guest List

Professional Photo By: A. Gamble Photo

Different couples will have different preferences when it comes to their wedding size. A larger guest list for your wedding means having more of the people in your life there with you to celebrate your special day. Of course, approaching a wedding with a larger expected turnout can feel daunting. After all, you want to make sure you have time to speak to everyone, and you will need to plan accordingly for them. That being said, a larger wedding makes it easier to welcome more of the people you care about, and it can help make for a lively event.

Planning A Wedding With A Larger Guest List

Because the cost of food and drinks at your reception can be a notable part of your overall expenses, having more guests to satisfy can be more costly. You will also need to make sure your servers are prepared to tend to more people. Serving plated meals can help control the cost for food in this scenario, as your caterers will be able to exercise more control over how much food they need to purchase and prepare.

A Larger Guest List Means Sharing Your Special Day With More Friends And Family Members

If you and/or your partner have a larger family, a larger wedding can make it easier to celebrate with them, while still including friends in your celebration. One thing you should make sure you do is take time to speak with as many people as possible.

Need Help Planning Your Event? Talk To Us!

If you are interested in a larger wedding, but feel daunted by the idea of planning it, talk to us! You can purchase an all-inclusive wedding package, and count on our experts to help make necessary arrangements based on your ideal wedding.

Hosting Your Wedding At Texas Old Town

At Texas Old Town, couples can look forward to an amazing wedding day experience, and they can count on awesome support from our team! Texas Old Town can make your wedding, special event, or corporate event something to remember! To set a tour of our event venue in Kyle, TX, call our office today at 512-396-1800 or complete our online contact form.