If the title of this article about wedding venues, and reception venues, has you a bit confused, read on, because it is our contention that thinking of those two venues as “two venues” is bad math and very hard on your budget.
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Now, let’s talk about your math skills regarding wedding venues
The percentages about wedding and reception venues tell the story
The vast majority of wedding planner, professional and private citizens, reserve a wedding venue AND a reception venue when planning a wedding. It has been that way since weddings were first planned, dating way back to the Middle Ages, the grand church for the grand wedding, and a Great Hall for the reception party afterwards.
That tradition stayed true over the decades which followed, and it came with the Pilgrims to the New World, and we’ve been doing the same old, same old, since the 1400’s in the U.S.
And that story equals bad math
And we truly have nothing against tradition, if one has an unlimited budget and doesn’t much care what is spent on that memorable day . . . but . . . unlimited budgets are not the norm in the U.S. in 2022. Decent, affordable wedding venues will cost a couple thousand dollars to rent, and the same can be said for decent, affordable reception venues. The simple act of reserving two halls, or a church/hall, and the wedding planner has already spent over $5,000, and then must tack on the cost of entertainment, food, decorations, and other incidental expenses. Grand total expense will approach ten grand and, quite honestly, there are not many families in the U.S. today who can afford that kind of expense no matter how special the occasion.
Improve your math skills with all-in-one event center
But what if you could hold the wedding, and the reception, at one event hall rental? What if you only had to incur one event space rental expense instead of two?
We offer that at Tarrant Events Center, a main event room for the wedding, and over an acre of landscaped grounds for the reception . . . or . . . vice versa. For an average cost of $3,000, both events are taken care of, and the budgets of our clients don’t feel the pinch nearly as much as they would if the traditional venues had been rented.
We think this is a viable solution to a bad math problem, and evidently many of our clients feel the same way. We think it is a solution you might want to consider as well, no matter where you live.
A final word about Tarrant Events Center
Tarrant Events Center is the new kid in Fort Worth, and that means we have to work harder to get noticed as a premier events center. Call us for any event, birthday parties, corporate dinners, conventions, whatever, and ask about our ten floor plans and all-inclusive pricing. Reservations are taken a full-year in advance.