By Karley Kemble

In just under six months, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle will be saying “I do!” According to, the couple’s royal celebrity wedding will be held in the extravagant St. George’s Chapel at Windsor Castle in England. The chapel is a popular venue for royal weddings and services; Prince Harry was even baptized there as an infant. With the new year quickly approaching, there is much planning to do for this celebrity wedding; as the ceremony will be sometime in May 2018! We can’t wait for this celebrity couple’s big day!

This royal celebrity wedding is the talk of the town right now! What are some ways to decide on a wedding venue?

Cupid’s Advice:

The venue is a very important piece of your wedding puzzle! Check out these tips straight from Cupid to help you figure out where to exchange your vows:

1. Finalize your bottom line: Before you settle down on your location, it’s important to have a budget. Talk with your partner about how much you’re willing to spend, and make sure you have some wiggle room for overages. Doing this will help organize and prioritize the important elements of your dream venue!

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2. Pick your date: Picking the date of your big day is another determining factor when deciding where your wedding will be. There should be some synchrony between the two! If you’ve always dreamed of a beach wedding, it’s probably best for a summer date. This will also help give the venue coordinators out when you go to book the location; they can’t help you out if you don’t have a day in mind!

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3. Think about your needs: Having a rough estimate of how many guests you plan on inviting is a smart thing to consider. If a venue has a maximum capacity of 200 people, that doesn’t necessarily mean it’ll fit 200 people comfortably! Additionally, you should also have an idea of how you intend on using your spaces. If you want your ceremony and reception to be in the same place, make sure there’s enough space for those things to happen!

How did you pick out your wedding venue? Tell us below!