The warm season is here – and we all know this means that a new wave of outdoor weddings are “in the works” too. If you plan on having an outdoor wedding as well, make sure you read on and find out more about how to breathe life into your Big Day! We guarantee you’ll love these ideas!
• Keep your guests hydrated, safe and cool. You should take into consideration the fact that temperatures are likely to go up in the following months. Therefore, you should make sure your guests are 100% comfortable at your outdoor wedding too! Provide them with ice-cold water, shade and protection from insects and they’ll definitely have the time of their lives.
• Mist the flowers. Spring and Summer weddings are always full of gorgeous flowers. Make sure they don’t wither out by having your florist mist then throughout the Big Day.
• Upgrade your ceremony seats. Instead of using plain chairs, decorate them with colorful, comfy pillows. This way, you will add style, color and grace to the ceremony and you will make your guests feel comfortable too. Even more, if you don’t want to use traditional chairs, use bales of hay and cover them with colorful blankets. This idea works especially for rustic weddings, but it can go very well with vintage and shabby-chic weddings too.
• Ice cream. Provide your guests with cool, delicious ice cream treats and they’ll love you forever. You can either have your catering company serve the ice-cream or you can go the “playful” way by hiring an ice cream truck.
• Lighten up your outdoor wedding. Don’t forget to think of a fun and creative lighting system too! Strings of lights, Mason Jar lanterns and candles work especially well with outdoor weddings, so don’t be afraid to use them for your Big Day
Wedding Planner 808 is the perfect planner for the most important day of your life. Our experience in planning marvelous weddings and our passion for events that are simply unforgettable will definitely come to your aid! Contact us and find out more about our planning packages!
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