It is every girls dream to get married in a spectacular place. Many couples prefer tying the knot outdoors and enjoy the beauty of the great outdoors. If you want to have an outdoor wedding, we have enlisted some tips for you to help you plan your perfect day.
The Perfect Location
There is a lot to consider when choosing the perfect location. First of all, you might want to think where to go, do you want to stay local or do you want to go somewhere else. Some couples choose to go further by exploring new places and even go off shore while others just want to celebrate in their hometown . If you are still unsure, deliberate the positive and negative sides of each possibilities. If you just want to stay close to home, the choices for potential outdoor venues would be limited, however, your guests won’t have to travel though. Organizing destination weddings can be tiring, guests will have to travel, but you may find possible locations that is perfect for your outdoor wedding. If you already have a shortlist, have a look around each venue and see what you could do with each of them. You are probably thinking about hiring a venue, which has an amazing field and breathtaking view or you may be considering setting up a tent by the bay or in the meadows. Or, you may be playing with the idea of having a different wedding, like in the beach or in the woods.
Sorting out Realities
When you choose to get married in a golf course or even in a mansion, you won’t need to worry about providing food for your guests or if they are able to go to the toilet or is there a comfortable transportation for them from the ceremony to the reception. But in outdoor weddings, you have to keep these things in mind. If you have chosen a distant spot, think about how you can make this work as your wedding venue. It is nice to be out in the wilderness and feel the fresh air, but you must have access to basic facilities. Look into options like renting out porta potty and getting in touch with catering services that are widely experienced in handling outdoor events. If the venue is too far or too difficult to go to, have transports available for your guests.
Even during summer, weathers are still unpredictable. Have a contingency plan if your big day could be possibly ruined by the weather. Have tents ready, for instance. If the venue has indoor rooms as well, have them ready in case the weather takes a turn.
How amazing it is saying I do in a breathtaking backdrop? Outdoor weddings need careful planning and proper preparation. We hope this guide come in handy should you decide to wed outdoors. Make sure that your chosen location does not only delivers on practicality but has breathtaking scenery as well.