Picking the right wedding venue is a decision that can have a huge impact on your big day. From size, location, dates available, and offerings, there are so many different things that need to be taken into account when you’re picking a venue. One thing to consider that often goes overlooked is how willing a venue will be to collaborate.

Venue Collaboration

The idea of collaborating with your venue is something that’s not often discussed, but can be essential in making sure that your wedding day goes off without a hitch. Collaborating with your wedding venue is all about being honest and transparent with them, as well as having discussions about how they can make your wedding day even better.


If you’re interested in collaborating with your wedding venue, here are some things to keep in mind…

Touring Your Venue

The journey of collaborating with your venue truly begins when you start touring. Taking a look at all your venue options is important and can give you a general idea of how open to collaboration they’ll be. If a venue isn’t willing to answer questions or doesn’t have much time for a comprehensive tour, then those can be signs that that specific venue might not be very collaborative.


Touring venues is something that many people don’t take advantage of to the full extent. This is your chance to truly understand what a venue provides, so don’t be afraid to ask all your questions and get the information that you need to make the right decision.

Asking Questions

From questions about the space to their offerings, there are so many different things to learn when it comes to picking a venue. Asking questions can be an important step in the process of selecting the right wedding venue. When questions come up, don’t hesitate to reach out to possible venues and ask. A venue that is open to collaboration will always welcome questions and provide answers that are thorough and educational.

Your Wedding Day

How a venue’s staff is involved in your wedding day will change depending on the venue that you choose. Some venues will have their staff more involved in the day than others. If you have specific requests of your wedding venue, it’s essential that you make those known before you solidify the booking. This is the best way to be sure that you’re being transparent and that everyone is on the same page.


At Spring Lake Events, there are a variety of ways that we support clients throughout their wedding days. If you’re wanting to learn more about how we can help you put on the wedding of your dreams, feel free to reach out to us through our website.


The offerings that a venue has is another great way that you can collaborate with them. You can work with any vendors you have to make sure that their services will blend well with the offerings of your venue. If you’re going to have lots of vendors, it’s important to make sure that your venue is aware of that.