Wedding Ceremony Venue and Reception Venue Bundle


Once you’ve decided on the style of wedding you envision, your next order of business should be choosing a venue for your wedding ceremony and your wedding reception. This bundle includes six (6) very extensive and very thorough templates that you can use to ensure that your ceremony venue and your reception venue are just right for you and your wedding.

Step #1: Before you go on each site visit, you will use the excel spreadsheet to help you compare the pros and cons of each venue before you visit them. You will be able to capture your thoughts and to help narrow down your selections.

Step #2: For each venue visit, you should use the printable checklists to collect the ceremony venue location details and the reception venue location details, along with your decision-making considerations for multiple wedding venues. This includes safety and accessibility.

Step #3: Finally, there is a checklist to ensure you tie up all of your loose ends for your FINAL walkthrough with your venue representative, your caterer and your wedding planner.


**NOTE: You have 21 days from the purchase date to download these checklists.**

Asian Couple Wedding Ceremony. Howerton+Wooten Events.

About the Author: Kawania Wooten, CMP, is an innovative event management executive, who excels at competitive strategic planning, convention and trade show management, and volunteer management.  Her expertise lies in developing operational and programmatic initiatives that provide added value, reduce operational costs, streamline internal processes, and standardize association policies and procedures.  As the owner of Howerton+Wooten Events and the Enlightened Creative, Kawania was challenged with the expansive task of creating high-caliber events for an annual convention of 5,000+ attendees. Using her strength in contract negotiations, logistics management, budget management, and strategic marketing, she was able to energize the client’s staff to make considerable enhancements to the overall attendee experience.  As the director of industry affairs for the National Cable Telecommunications Association (NCTA), Kawania has planned events for Washington DC lobbyists, cable television senior executives, and some of the country’s most infamous media moguls.  Kawania has received awards for her customer service, and her innovative implementations in conference management.  She earned her Certified Meeting Professional designation in 2004.  Kawania authored numerous event industry articles and books, and she has been featured in “ESSENCE” magazine, “WASHINGTONIAN Weddings,” “Refinery 29,” “InStyle,” “Martha Stewart Weddings,” “Baltimore Weddings,” and numerous event planning and lifestyle magazines and blogs.  She holds a Bachelors degree in Mass Media Arts from Hampton University, and she attended the Harvard Business School Executive Management Program in June of 2005 under the auspices of the Cable & Telecommunications Association for Marketing.

Questions? We will never leave you “high and dry!” If you have questions about this subscription, contact us between 9:30 a.m. and 7:00 p.m. Eastern on Monday through Friday (202) 706-7953, extension 0 or

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