10 Important Tips for Managing an Outdoor Wedding

Not to be missed, the organization of outdoor weddings requires care that we don’t always remember! See tips on how to set up a perfect party!

There is something special about a wedding made in the backyard, in the beauty of a romantic garden or beautiful sea views. All outdoors, in the open air! However, if you plan to have an outdoor wedding, you need to think about some additional details. Maybe they are items that you have not reflected. However, follow the ten tips below to make sure your day is unforgettable!

1. The Right Place for Outdoor Weddings

When do you imagine your wedding, where is that? On the beach? On a mountain or in a rural vineyard? When visiting your favorite options, it is

important to consider negative and positive things. Think:

“Can guests easily come?”

  • What will there be a lot of noise or wind (visit when you want to have a marriage to have full effect)?
  • How much increase in costs in the budget arranges to transport everything you need for parties, such as catering equipment and food, goods
  • Decoration items or portable toilets?

2. Has a “backup” location

When it comes to weddings, all treatments are short! Ideally, be prepared for any situation. For example, at an outdoor wedding party, there is a risk that on the wedding day the weather may be cloudy, that a storm or a gust of wind may fall. Be prepared for the worst and even hope for the best.

The location of an ideal outdoor wedding must be equipped with a plan B. See if the venue has an indoor room if there is bad weather or unexpected events and if you need to rent the extra space. You can also rent a public kiosk or have a transparent lateral side.

3. Authorization

Authorization is required depending on location. For example, public places such as squares, beaches, parks, require authorization from the local city hall. Some locations may require payment of insurance fees and certificates in the event of damage.

4. Transportation of guests

If you choose a difficult access point or your guests are from out of town, the ideal is to hire a coach or van to the wedding venue. If you can’t, don’t forget to provide a map, because sometimes Waze doesn’t always hit rural sites.

5. Inform outdoor wedding clothes

Open places don’t always need social clothing. So, to avoid leaving guests who are uncomfortable with clothes or shoes (high heels in sand are not!) It is important to show this at the invitation. Enter recommendations based on location, style and temperature of the place.

6. Photos and videos

Arrange the ceremony in such a way that your photographer can capture great natural moments, such as the sunset or the cameraman has no sound problems in places near the sea.

7. Sound

The waves that break through are beautiful, but they can interfere with the ceremony! Use a collar microphone so that guests can hear the whole ceremony smoothly. And make sure your band or DJ has the right equipment for outdoor events!

8. Create a perfect environment

Usually outdoor marriage requires a good framework for lighting, otherwise your guests will be in the dark. Tie the lamp cable on the dance floor, hang lanterns or place special lighting in the trees.

9. Buffet for outdoor weddings

Choose beverage and food suppliers who have experience in cooking and serving guests in the open. There are places that have structure for this others don’t have anything.

After closing the contract, make a site visit with the supplier to make sure everything will be perfect. So if they don’t have the equipment or other items they have provided!

10. About me

Praise your guests with a few extras and take advantage of regional souvenir products, which are usually cheap and different items.

The outside environment becomes cold at night. Blankets are ideal for moments or creeps to feel comfortable if the event is on the beach!

(ISD)