outside 560x420 Planning the Perfect Outdoor Summer Wedding

Stunning Ceremony Site

Outdoor weddings have to be stunning to be really considered outdoor right? Talk with your fiancé about what your vision for a perfect outdoor wedding site is. It can be beside a lake, a beautiful garden, or close to a picturesque landscape. If you’re hiring a wedding planner, then discuss your aspirations for an outdoor setting and you’ll be surprised how they can help you.

Shade and Theme

Shade is a must for an outdoor summer wedding. If you are planning a wedding by the seaside, you can cover the site with linen cloth held together up high by bamboo sticks or large trees. The theme of your outdoor summer wedding should represent the feel good vibe that the summer brings. But at the same time, you should consider keeping your guests cool.

Backup

You and your guests will be using the bathroom a lot when they feel sweaty or drained out. You don’t want to have a wedding album where all your guests, including you look dull and exhausted. Keep backup stock for toiletries, sunscreen, mints, water bottles, mini deodorants, and so on. Rejuvenate your guests and they will definitely appreciate it.

Refreshing Drinks and Light Meals

Summer is the official season for fancy cocktails and drinks. You should aim at keeping yourself and your guests hydrated. Drinks like berry martinis, vodka with fruit punch, gin with lemon juice, and so on will make sure your guests have a good time while feeling refreshed. Summer is also the official season for barbeque and seafood. That being said, you can still have room for continental and Asian cuisine, both of which are light and tasty at the same time. Meals that are filling but not heavy will make sure your guests can have a good time afterhours.

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