HOW TO KEEP YOUR GUESTS COMFORTABLE AT AN OUTDOOR WEDDING VENUE

Here are some suggestions that will ensure that your guests feel comfortable and enjoy the open environment.

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LET THEM KNOW YOU ARE HAVING AN OUTDOOR WEDDING IN ADVANCE

Give your guests as much information about where the ceremony will be held, so they can tailor outfit.

ENSURE COMFORTABLE SEATS

While some guests like to stand, older people might feel most comfortable during the ceremony while seated. And it should also be kept in mind that the type of seat depends on the season of the celebration.

KEEP GUESTS HYDRATED

Certainly one of the most important things. Join the outdoor bar or be creative with cocktails, champagne and other refreshing drinks that guests will be able to use themselves.

PROVIDE SOME SHADE

If you expect a guest to spend some time outside, especially during the day, choose one of the creative ways to provide some spots in shades, or even umbrellas and gazebos.

OFFER TASTY TREATS

When choosing food, remember that guests will not sit at the table and eat so finger food fits best.

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SUN & BUGS PROTECT

Sun and bugs are often unavoidable during outdoor weddings so be sure to provide a protection station with sunscreen and bug spray to protect your guests.

ENSURE PROTECTION AGAINST COLD

If you plan outdoor wedding venue at fresh time season it will be both nice and necessary to have some warm blankets. Although if low temperatures are predicted, renting out external heaters is a must so your guests can comfortably enjoy the event.

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