Sufficient outlets to meet your needs and the purpose of the wedding party
Be sure to take a thorough cruise around the room to see if it has lots of places to plug things in, especially if you’re partying in a place that is not a regular spot for hosting weddings. Your main user of outlets will be the entertainment crew.
Take note of where the outlets are; if their location will force your DJ to spin records in the bathroom, make sure she or he has plenty of extension cords.
Create Good Vibrations
If the place is has too much echo, it could give some weird reverb to the band, not to mention make it difficult for guests to hear one another talking. A tile or wooden floor, for example, will amplify sounds, while a thick carpet will tend to muffle them. Check out the room’s sound quality during an event. And tailor your music to the acoustic conditions.
A Place To Park
Make sure the site is near a good parking lot, garage, or big, empty (safe) street where it’s legal to park. If parking is a problem, look for other ways to get everyone to the party. Can a shuttle bus or vans take the guests from the ceremony to the reception? Inadequate parking isn’t necessarily a deal breaker, but it may mean spending more time and money to figure out a viable vehicular alternative.