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Outdoor Wedding? Here’s What to Do

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Planning an outdoor wedding can be a lot of work. Not only do you have to find the perfect venue, but you also have to plan the logistics and coordinate with all the people who will be involved in the wedding.

Furthermore, when planning an outdoor wedding, you should keep in mind that the weather is unpredictable. The last thing you want is for your outdoor venue to be rained out on your big day. This is just one of the many things you should consider when planning for an outdoor wedding. We’ve compiled some tips that can help you plan your outdoor wedding in style.

1. Figure out what type of event you want to have

There are so many different types of outdoor weddings. You can have a garden wedding, a rooftop wedding, or even a beach wedding. It all depends on what you want to do and what you have access to.

If you want to have an outdoor wedding, but don’t know what type of event you want to have, here are some ideas:

• A garden wedding is perfect if you’re looking for something intimate and romantic.
• A rooftop wedding is great for those who live in the city or who don’t have a lot of space available.
• A beach wedding might be the best option if your budget is tight and you’re looking for an easy way to save money on the ceremony itself.

2. Decide on a theme

The outdoor garden wedding theme could be related to something you are fond of or closely associated with to give your wedding some life. To achieve the perfect theme for your outdoor wedding, it would be imperative to consider going for a commercial wedding tent. They are not only beautiful and elegant, but they are also easy to set up.

Moreover, commercial tents are designed with the bride and groom in mind. They have windows that can be opened to let the fresh air in or closed to keep the cold out. The inside of the tents can be decorated with beautiful flowers and furniture that match the theme of your wedding. And they have an open floor plan that makes it easy for guests to move around freely.

3. Choose a venue

Selecting the perfect venue for your outdoor wedding is a big decision to make. There are many things to take into consideration and you also want to make sure that you find the venue that will match your budget.

Inasmuch as there are some options named earlier, garden weddings are more popular because they offer intimate settings with beautiful surroundings and plenty of privacy. However, you could also consider a natural location for a more rustic feel and they tend to be cheaper but you have less control over what happens there.

4. Plan transportation for guests and vendors

Planning for transportation is essential when it comes to outdoor weddings. Guests will not be able to drive themselves to the venue and vendors like photographers, caterers and musicians will need a way to get there, too.

Some of the benefits of having transportation for guests are that guests can arrive at the venue on time without depending on anyone else, they can have a more enjoyable experience if they don’t have to worry about getting lost or being late, and they will also be able to enjoy more of the wedding because they won’t have any worries about leaving early or missing something important.

5. Figure out what type of food, drinks, and entertainment will be served at your event

The type of food, drinks, and entertainment served at your outdoor wedding can make or break the event. The following tips will help you decide what to serve:

• Make sure that the food is served in a timely manner and is hot enough to be eaten without burning your mouth.
• Make sure that the drinks are cold enough to be refreshing on a hot day and have a variety of different flavors available for guests to choose from.
• Consider what type of entertainment will keep guests occupied during dinners, such as live music or an outdoor movie screening in the background.


Planning an outdoor wedding can be a lot of fun and a great way to enjoy the sunshine. However, it is important to plan for all eventualities, including bad weather. If you follow these tips, you will be good to go!