Amazing Backdrops: Planning Your Dream Wedding
Every bride dreams to exchange vows with their loved one in a place they find romantic and breathtaking. Many couples prefer tying the knot outdoors and enjoy the beauty of the great outdoors. If outdoor wedding is your thing, here are some tips and guide to help you plan your big day.
Choose the Perfect Place
There is a lot to consider when choosing the perfect location. First, think about where to hold your grand celebration, do you want to stay local or go extra miles away. Some people want to travel to other parts of the country and some even want to go abroad but there are also some who want to stay close to home. If you have not decided yet, evaluate the pros and cons of all the options. If you choose to stay local, guests won’t have to travel far but the options to potential venues are limited. Weddings held further away requires a lot of effort, not just for your part but for your guests too as they need to travel, but the options for possible venues are broader too. If you already have a shortlist, have a look around each venue and see what you could do with each of them. You might think of hiring a venue that has an remarkable view or maybe you might just want to set up a pavilion near the lake or in the fields. Also, you might want to go unique by having your wedding celebrated in a beach or in the heart of the woods.
Is the location feasible
When you choose to get married in a golf course or even in a mansion, you won’t need to worry about providing food for your guests or if they are able to go to the toilet or is there a comfortable transportation for them from the ceremony to the reception. But with an outdoor wedding, you have to mind these things.If you choose an isolated location, consider how you are going to make it work as a wedding venue. Celebrating your big day on the great outdoors is a splendid idea, but you still need to make sure you have access to basic facilities. Maybe porta potty rental could help you, also consider getting catering services that specialize outdoor events. Rent out transports for your guests if the venue is hard to get to.
Even during summer, weathers are still unpredictable. Have a contingency plan if your big day could be possibly ruined by the weather. Rent some gazebos or marquee for example. Lucky if your venue has indoor rooms as well, have them prepared just in case the weather changes.
Wouldn’t it be perfect to say I do in front of a breathtaking backdrop?There’s a lot to be said for outdoor weddings, that’s why they require proper planning and preparation. We hope this guide come in handy should you decide to wed outdoors. Make sure that your chosen location does not only delivers on practicality but has breathtaking scenery as well.