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How to Prepare for your Fall Outdoor Wedding

How to Prepare for your Fall Outdoor Wedding
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Fall is here and with that come many options for your wedding ceremony location. When planning an outdoor wedding, you have to be prepared for the good, bad and ugly. Read on to get ahead of the mother nature with these tips.

Too Hot

If the sun is shinning AND the heat is up, consider doubling your programs as fans. Guests will be able to read along while fanning themselves off – it’s a win, win!

Fan programs - Etsy
Fan programs – Etsy

Too Sunny

Humidity may be down, but the sun can still be blazing. If you are hosting an afternoon wedding, have some parasols on hand for the guest’s comfort. You can get these in any color to enhance your decor or to add a pop of color. I would suggest keeping them in a bucket, but placing them on every other seat is also an option.

Parasols in basket with ribbon and tags
Parasols in basket: photo courtesy of Dear Pearl Flowers
wedding parasols for guests
wedding parasols for guests

Too Cold

No matter how much you plan for a sunny, gorgeous day, you can get a fluke cold day. If your plans and wedding design are still in motion, then prepare for heat lamps for your vows and guests or give our shawls to keep the guests warm.

Warm blankets for wedding guests
Warm blankets for wedding guests

Too Buggy

That may not even be a word, but you know what we mean. If you are close to woods and think that bugs will bother your guests, use lavender springs on the aisleway to keep them away. It will smell heavenly and deter those pesky critters from your special day.



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