How to plan an outdoor wedding

How to plan an outdoor wedding

A perfect outdoor wedding is what we all crave for. Could there be anything better than getting married surrounded by beauty and nature? But doing an outdoor wedding has both pros and cons. There is a lot of hard work that goes into making an outdoor wedding a success. It is not as simple as finding a scenic wedding spot. You will still have to think about lighting and decor that will go well with the venue of the wedding ceremony. Fear not. Here are five simple tips that will help you plan your outdoor wedding –

  1. Choose dress and make-up that keeps you comfortable in humid weather: The weather in spring and autumn can be surprisingly humid. Choosing layered clothing or a wedding gown will only make you uncomfortable. Instead, consider a wedding dress. This will allow you to breathe easier. Just like the gown, stilettoes will also do you no good on sand or grass. Pair your dress with wedges or flats. And finally, choose make-up that is summer/autumn friendly.
  2. Set up the wedding venue as per the weather: Planning the venue decor around the season is important. This means two things – your set up compliment the weather, and it should be functional. For example, an evening at the beach will look beautiful when paired with the right lighting. Your wedding planner should be able to plan accordingly. Visit https://cashmeredreams.com/ to choose the perfect wedding package. 
  3. Prepare for the rains: Irrespective of what the weather forecast is, have a plan B. Make the plan with few fixed aspects of the wedding you absolutely love. Think about using the rain to your advantage for photo-shoots. Your wedding manager should ensure that all the items rented have permission to be set up in wet ground or grass as per rental agreement.
  4. Keep your guests (and yourself) comfortable: Everyone at the wedding is going to be exposed to be outside for a long period of time. Set up a canopy to protect them from the sun. Provide guests with anything they may need to feel comfortable – for example, driving services for long distance travel.
  5. Choose seasonal cuisine: The humid weather means, your guests are going to be tired and thirsty. Plan a menu that is refreshing; filled with summer fruits, cold water, non-alcoholic drinks, and desserts.

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