The biggest draw towards the Spring and Summer wedding is the ability to hold your celebration outside. Nothing speaks of romance like a gentle breeze, blue skies above you, and the smell of nature all around you. Just remember, when throwing an outdoor wedding celebration, be mindful of a few things. You don't have to worry about the food, but there are a few things that you do have to keep an eye on. Here is a great blog on tips for creating an outside wedding celebration:
Outdoor weddings have never been more popular, but we at HRB encourage you to consider all of the components of an outdoor wedding to ensure that it's a picture perfect day! Here are some helpful tips:Read more here.
1. Have a Plan B This is probably the most important component of all—what will you do in case it rains? It’s hard to predict the weather when you’re setting the date on average about a year in advance, so it is imperative to have a backup location in case of bad weather. You could use a large outdoor tent if there’s only mild rain, but if it’s anything more severe than that you’ll need to move the ceremony someplace inside; since most people have their reception indoors you could move some chairs around to convert the reception space into the ceremony location during a weather emergency.