Outdoor Wedding Planning - 7 Important Points To Remember By Albert Lee
You can have the outdoor wedding you've been dreaming of, as long as you are determined to plan the vision into reality. In order for you to help decide what kind of outdoor wedding, here are the important points that you have to remember:
1. Be it in the park, in your own backyard on the beach, the location must accommodate both the ceremony and the reception.
2. An outdoor wedding results to casualness and charm. You can also lessen the costs on flowers since it is already set in the garden anyway. Choose an atmosphere that has an ornamental surrounding. In order for you to come up with the right atmosphere, you must also put into consideration chair decorations, columns, aisle bows, topiaries and the traditional ceremony arch.
3. An advantage of an outdoor wedding is that your guests will find this quite convenient because they do not have to travel from the place where the ceremony was held to where the reception would be conducted. As mentioned before, an outdoor wedding generally equates to a single venue for both the ceremony and wedding.
4. You will be able to save money because of this move. You do not have to book a church and a restaurant. You can just reserve a gazebo a garden or any outdoor scenery. It's like hitting two birds with one stone.
5. An outdoor wedding defies the conventional. Besides, outdoor locations offer so many choices and this gives the event more luster than the kind that we're all used to seeing. It also gives the guests.
6. Be mindful of the lighting. Make sure that it wouldn't cause any form of inconvenience to your guest or interruption on the even in general. If you want, you can drop by the location of your choice a year before the wedding, during the similar month on when you want to get married to check how the lighting is at that time.
7. It would be inconvenient for your guests to look directly into the sun. This will also affect the photographer's task of documenting the memorable event by taking photographers. Most couples opt for a late afternoon wedding so the sun would have set at that time. If that's the case, then take note of when the time sets. The next consideration is additional lighting after the sunset.
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