Outdoor Wedding Ceremony and Outdoors Wedding Weather
Your wedding day is one of the happiest days of your life. It is critical to at least consider the detail to make sure that it goes according to plan and is memorable for all the right reasons especially for outdoor wedding locations.
But even with the best advanced wedding preparations, your plan can be put to the test if Mother Nature decides not to cooperate. Unless you live in a desert climate and are planning an outdoor Las Vegas wedding, chances are there could possibility be a shower in the forecast in most areas of the country.
In some cultures rain on a wedding day is supposed to bring good luck. Lucky or not plan for contingencies or at least consider some for the most critical segments of the day. So what’s a bride-to-be to do? Plan. Here’s a few things to remember and a few tips to consider to help turn a not so dry weather day into a still very enjoyable wedding day.
If your summer wedding happens to fall in a stretch of extra hot weather, a couple details can help everyone cope a little better with the heat. Plan to add umbrellas to outdoor tables to shade your guests from the strong sun. Ask the catering company to have pitchers of ice water with plenty of plastic cups available at all times. Adding some sliced lemons adds a nice touch.
For an outdoor wedding, plan access to a covered pavilion or arrange for a tent rental company to set up enough covered space to accommodate your guests and activities. In most locations it is a good idea to have wedding event tents with sidewalls.
White tents with elegant French or cathedral window sidewalls are perfect for outdoor wedding events.
There’s not typically any special outdoor wedding dresses available for brides or bridesmaids so you’ll have to protect the ones you have the best you can. Arrange to have plenty of extra umbrellas at the ready for the wedding party and guests who are not prepared for the rain. It also doesn’t hurt to have some rain coats and towels in the trunk of a few cars for your guests.
While planning your wedding check out where your wedding ceremony or reception are being help to see what overhead cover there is for arriving vehicles and guests.
If you’ve included a decorated wedding arbor in your plans, live plants and flowers will usually be okay with the rain showers.
Artificial plants will also survive the moisture but avoid using paper or tissue paper materials in wedding decorations. It is better to use formed ribbon designs and other artificial material that can withstand moisture and wind better than thin paper products in any wedding decorations.
When the weather cooperates there is no place better to enjoy your wedding day than outdoors. If mother nature throws a little rain or extra heat into the mix, you’ll just smile knowing you did your best to prepare and go on to enjoy your big day.
Make sure to let your guests know in the wedding invitation that your ceremony and/or reception will be held outdoors and to wear appropriate attire. Especially if it is going to be a wedding at the beach.
Wedding disasters to avoid
Disaster Scenario: It’s raining on your wedding day. Even in your most demanding bridezilla moment, you can’t fight the weather — but you can plan ahead.
Wedding Tents Rental – A Perfect ‘Plan B’ Option
You are about to embark on the planning and preparation of a wedding and my guess is that it will be a Spring/Summer wedding, and you are thinking about the idea of renting a wedding.
Choosing a wedding tent
It is extremely important for you to rent a good wedding tent. These tents shield you from the extremes of nature.
Spring Wedding Tips
Make sure that you and your wedding party don’t look like a walking flower garden. While spring weather is typically ideal for an outdoor wedding, be prepared for those spring showers.
How to Decorate a Wedding Tent
Decorating a wedding tent is always a matter of combining elements such as shapes, textures and colors in order to create an environment that is visually pleasing and functional.