How to Plan an Outdoor Wedding

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When planning an outdoor wedding, think about the weather during the particular season, make a backup plan, play up the decor of the location, and talk to a professional about potential lighting schemes. Make sure it is acceptable to the officiant to get married outdoors with advice from a wedding and event coordinator in this free video on wedding planning.

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Wanting to plan an outdoor wedding? I'm Rochelle Saenz, here to give you a tip on how. When it comes time to plan your outdoor wedding, location is everything. So is the time of the year. When you get ready to plan your outdoor wedding. Think of a couple different things. First of all, what will the weather be like during that time? And do you have a back up plan? Even though, we want everything to be perfect. Sometimes things happen. So make sure you have that in the back of your mind. Be it a tent or another indoor location. Depending upon your location, you can really play up the decor. Get ready to think about that in the beginning. Be it a winery, a beach, or some place very exotic. Play up the pros of that site. And remember, when it comes to the ceremony. Make sure you talk to those officiating. To make certain that it's o.k. for you to get married outdoors. Then let the fun begin. Anything goes in planning your outdoor ceremony. However, one thing that you must not forget, is lighting. If you're going to be outdoors, chances are electricity is not nearby. Talk with a local professional first. When it comes to this. As they can guide you through the ins and outs. And how to get everything in for the feel that you want. In your outdoor space. Then enjoy some planning. When it comes to a winery. Maybe play up the wine itself. Bring in the barrels of wine for different areas, as cocktail tables. Or maybe it's that beach wedding that you want. Incorporate some of that local flair. Bring your ceremony all the way to the waterfront. Again, anything goes. Just remember, check with your Officiant to make sure that you can get married outside. Then think about the requirements of the space of your outdoor location. Does it fit the feel for what you want? And can you bring things in? And if not, check with the local professional. They're here to help. I'm Rochelle Saenz of Rochelle Marie's Events By Design. Giving you a tip on how to have your outdoor wedding.


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