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Convert an old building into a wedding location

If you own a building, which is currently unused, though set in a picturesque location from where sunsets are glorious and the views of the rolling countryside simply breath-taking, you could consider converting it into a wedding venue. Your homestead, barn or your wool shed could be someone’s dream wedding location, and another source of income for you. However, keep in mind that any demolition and clearing work done on the old building is safe and toxic free. Focus Demolition Asbestos Removal provides safe and easy methods of waste removal. In addition,  there are a few things that one must keep in mind before converting your building or property into a wedding venue.

Location, Space and Accessibility:

The location of your property, along with being picturesque, must also be easily accessible. The property, including the building and the surroundings, must be spacious enough to accommodate a large number of people. The location must have a good mix of beautiful indoor and outdoor spaces. It also must have a good and safe parking lot, if the same is far away from the building a transportation system from the parking lot to the venue must be in place.

Facilities and functionality:

Provision of adequate facilities and functionality are extremely important. The guests would definitely not like to walk large distances or wait in long queues for the restroom, bar or food. Special needs of differently abled, old and infirm guests must also be factored in while designing by incorporating ramps, elevators, etc.

Allowing for client’s creativity:

As most brides and grooms want to personalise their wedding and make it a unique experience for their guests it is important for the wedding venue to have a variety of options. The venue must serve as a blank slate allowing the client to define how to use it based on their style and needs. The venue must inspire the client to unleash their creativity.

Upkeep and maintenance plan:

You must have a maintenance plan to ensure that the venue is in top shape throughout the wedding season. If you are planning to use the venue on back to back weekends, you need to set up repair routines.
Once you have your venue in place you can get in touch with wedding planners to find prospective clients. Since wedding planners are familiar with vendors they can suggest ways in which you can market your property as an ideal wedding location.