Do send out save-the-dates early:
A lot of people use their vacation time during the summer so be sure to send out those
save-the-dates at least 6-10 months in advance, that way your guests have the date in
their calendars early on and can plan their vacations accordingly.
Do wear light, breathable attire: On your wedding day you should feel confident and comfortable, not sweaty and uncomfortable.If you’re wedding venue is outdoors during the summer, be sure to pick your dress accordingly. Consider something flowy and light instead of a heavier traditional ball gown.
Do provide heat relief:
While having your outdoor wedding on a summer day can be beautiful, be sure to
provide some heat relief for your guests. Make sure any outdoor venues offer some
form of shade or air conditioning as well to prevent guests from overheating. Also
provide plenty of cold refreshments and have them accessible to your guests during the
ceremony. Be aware of extra costs that venues may instill for drinks, etc. Consider
opting for other refreshments such as popsicles, or other drinks.
Don’t chance the weather:
Sure, we might all think a beautiful ceremony on the beach is a great option but
unfortunately nobody can control the weather so be sure to have a
contingency plan in case your beautiful, sunny ceremony goes south.
Don’t leave food out:
One of the best parts of any wedding is the food! Be sure all food is in the
recommended temperature and kept away from any wildlife or bugs or else your
beautiful wedding cake could turn to mush or worse… If you’re having the wedding at
your own venue, consider hiring a caterer if your budget allows.
Don’t forget the sunscreen and bug repellent:
You want your guests to be comfortable and enjoy the wedding without them constantly
swatting at bugs or getting sunburn, so be sure to stock up on some sprays, umbrellas,
or bug repellent bracelets before the big day!
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