Friend getting married at same venue
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We have friends that have used 2 of the venues that are on our shortlist. Would you have an issue in using those venues? Another friend attended a wedding at one the venues and texted the friend that had got married there that it was just "plain wrong" for her to be at that wedding without our friend as the bride!
Just depends really on whether you think it will matter or not To be honest if that is where you want to have your reception then go for it. The majority of ppl going wont know it is the same venue.
Plus no doubt you will do it different and make it your own! Whilst I did avoid looking at 2 venues because my pals had been there I knew already they weren't what we wanted however had they been they I would have just gone ahead and booked it. You can't not have somewhere just because your friend got married first.
Wouldn't bother me in the slightest if my friend used the same venue as us. Maybe talk to your friends and see what they say but if they said 'no don't use the same venue' I wouldn't think much of them as a friend. Personally I wouldn't really want to use the same venue as a friend, especially if we were having a lot of the same guests. But, that's just me, and I wouldn't judge someone else because they were getting married where a friend already had, if that makes sense.
What I've found more awkward is a friend who's getting married at a place that we saw and rejected I've found it really awkward to answer as 'We just really didn't like it' isn't going to be what she wants to hear!
Sorry, bit off the subject there! I wouldn't discount a venue straight off just because a friend had got married there we actually looked at one place we'd been to as wedding guests but I'd be hoping that I liked somewhere else better, iyswim. I'd also mention to the friend as a courtesy that we had chosen the same place as them - but I wouldn't expect them to mind and would be pretty annoyed if they did make a fuss.
It would'nt bother me in the slightes but I'm not really into one-upmanship or being different for different's sake. Your wedding is unique because it is you and H2B getting married. If anyone were to be sitting comparing weddings I'd think they were a bit sad tbh. These people are always the most relaxed and fun to work for because they're not bothered about what anyone thinks. Not a lof of our friends have got married locally so its not an issue but if they had it wouldn't bother us.
You choose somewhere because you like it and its the best you can afford. And if other people chose it then it means it must be good! I went to a wedding of a friend 2 yrs ago and not with my h2b and now we are not only having our reception at the same place but using the same church too.
What does it matter? It's not like anything else will be the same. I just liked her venue and when I took my h2b to see it he fell in love with it too. The fact that its cheaper than everywhere else we got brochures and the service they off is so personal, also we will be the only wedding there that day.
I just thought it rather bizaree that Friend A sent this sort of a text! We were looking at having a different suite to our friends though as we can not afford the style of wedding they had and would not be inviting the large amount of guests so the weddings would be different in many ways!
I think different suite makes a difference. If the 2 are fairly close together in date I'd say within a year it will be inevitabel for guests in common to both weddings to make comparisons and personally I wouldn't want that. Why would it bother you though? Even if those people thought someone elses wedding was 'better' than yours, who cares? There will literally be hundreds of weddings taking place, across the country, on the same day, that will be 'better' but by whose standards?
Actually, I suspect friend A sent the text to friend B just to give her a boost sort of thing. I recently worked in Purrfect Gem's venue and will be at her wedding next year. It was a good wedding, despite a couple of operational issues but I probably said something along the lines of "yeah it went quite well but not as ace as yours will be" It's the sort of thing friends say to each other isn't it? I think it comes down to what's more important to you?
Having the right venue for you and your H2B or worrying about other peoples pettiness. The days will be totally different for 1 major reason Its you getting married, not your friend!! So I don't see it as a problem. If you had to find a venue that none of your guests had been to before it would be really hard, if not impossible!
Don't worry about it x. Warrington Wedding Photographers covering Cheshire, Merseyside and Lancashire, as well as further afield! My friend is gettting married in the same vanue as I did next year.
I'm already looking going back to the venue for hers next year! Having the same reception venue as your friends Join the conversation!
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Having the same reception venue as your friends
My friend just had a gorgous wedding a few weeks ago. We have a similar circle of mutual friends here. Would it look like i am copying using her same venue?
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We're here to help you keep moving forward , no matter what your plans are. Hey everyone! Fairly new to this site and just starting to plan. We are looking into venues and looked at one that our friends got married at in April of
Same venue as friends?
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Magazine Subscribe Contact Us. Results 1 to 14 of Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Hi all, In the last few years I have attended over 8 weddings My question is do you think it would be inappropriate to get married in the same place as someone you know, especially knowing that they will be attending the wedding? How would you feel to attend a wedding in the same venue as yours?
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We have friends that have used 2 of the venues that are on our shortlist. Would you have an issue in using those venues? Another friend attended a wedding at one the venues and texted the friend that had got married there that it was just "plain wrong" for her to be at that wedding without our friend as the bride! Just depends really on whether you think it will matter or not To be honest if that is where you want to have your reception then go for it.
Exchange vows in the garden or out in the vineyards or up on the rooftop, then move on to the ballroom or barn or courtyard for cocktails and reception. While this sequence of events has become the wedding norm, many couples are still opting for two separate event venues —especially those that want a more specialized ceremony space! If your wedding fantasy has always included saying "I do" in front of the crashing surf, or on a mountaintop, or in a soaring redwood forest, then your perfect all-in-one venue options will be more limited—and maybe even more costly.
Fiance and I are currently looking at wedding venues, but we both keep coming back to a wedding we attended this summer at a venue we both love. We loved the style of the interior, and the feel of the space. Only problem, our very good friends got married there, and the majority of the friends that will be coming to our wedding, were at that wedding as well.