Dos And Don’ts Of Outdoor Ceremony.

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Couples regularly consider open air weddings and imagine a progression of horrendous mishaps: extraordinary storms, softened cosmetics and sun burnt visitors, and ruined sustenance. This could have in any wedding, outdoors or indoors but you just need to take the right measures in order to avoid them. Also, open air weddings can be a simple approach to consolidate everything you find generally sentimental. You can set them up for any theme that you have in mind, you can recreate your childhood dreams of being a princess surrounded by nature and chirping birds. Here are few things you do and avoid when hosting an outdoor wedding.

Do: Think creatively.

Since it’s an outdoor wedding you don’t have to spend much on decoration as the nature itself adds a splendid and unique touch to the wedding however, you will have to put on your creative pants and decorate your aisle as creatively as possible. Line the sides of the passageway with a thick line of bloom petals. Line the walkway seats with a wide glossy silk lace or tulle alongside a few blossoms. Visitors can enter the columns from the opposite side. Hang fairy lights or blossom bushel along the passageway. If it’s a beach wedding consider using shells along the sides of the aisle.

Don’t: Forget the pictures.

You need to hire a professional Perth wedding photographer that is comfortable and has experience working in an outdoor setting. The wedding photographer would be more excited for an outdoor wedding and photoshoot because of the scenery and the natural lighting. Outdoor photographs turn out differently than indoor ones so make sure you check their portfolio for both indoor and outdoor before you sign the contract.

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Do: Have a backup plan.

With an outdoor wedding you can never be sure of the weather so have a backup plan. Find out if the venue can move you indoors if it starts to rain. If you don’t want to move indoors then consider putting up a tent so you won’t have to say “I do” while you, your significant other and your guest are soaking wet.

Don’t: Leave the food uncovered.

The last thing you want is birds or seagulls to steal from the tray. If it’s a buffet then make sure the food is covered and safe from any mishaps, or you could have the food served after the guest have sat down and are ready to start eating. Another thing to remember is to keep your wedding cake in room temperature. Don’t bring the cake out until it’s time for you to cut it because fondants and butter cream will start melting in high temperature.