Planning a wedding is one of the most infamously stressful events in the world. There’s a lot of pressure for everything to be perfect, to the point where any and all possible outcomes must be accounted for. On average, couples gives themselves a little over a year to plan a wedding, but sometimes even that isn’t enough. Outdoor events, particularly weddings, are immensely popular, but they come with their own set of drawbacks and expenses compared to the more traditional indoor wedding. The average wedding has about 136 guests, and outdoor weddings typically offer more space to help the party spread out and feel less cramped. Not only that, but the budget for things like decor can be lessened with an outdoor wedding. Typically, outdoor weddings are done in an area that is very naturally beautiful and atmospheric, such as beaches or vineyards. However, some of that saved money should be redirected to a few necessary wedding rentals.
What do I need to consider renting, and why?
One of the largest factors to consider for outdoor weddings is the weather. Weather is notoriously difficult to predict more than five days out, and weddings simply cannot be rescheduled that quickly. Wedding tent rentals are an excellent decision to make, as they give the guests places to go should the weather take a turn for the worse. The most popular months to get married are June and October. Depending on where you are, temperatures in June can range from in the 80s to in the 60s, which is a huge difference. Wedding tents can offer shade if the heat is sweltering or a warmer hub area if the wind has a chill in it.
Ambient noise is another factor not often considered in outdoor weddings until it’s too late. The winds at beaches are typically stronger, and it can be difficult to hear the person just a few feet away if it howls hard enough. Not only that, but the crashing of waves can make hearing almost impossible. Renting a tent can be useful for this, as it gives the party an area for their speeches or any other important announcements that need to be made.
Wedding flooring rentals may also need to be considered, as well. For beach weddings, dancing on sand can be difficult. The sand can also get into the socks or shoes, which will make your guests increasingly uncomfortable throughout the ceremony. If the wedding is in a vineyard or a park of some kind, rain is a constant issue. Even if the weather is beautiful the day of the wedding, if it rained the night before all of the dirt may be mud. Flooring is a great way to protect your guests from some of the side effects of weather.
Planning a wedding is stressful, but a poorly executed wedding is worse. Weddings need to go off without a hitch, or the whole night may be ruined. Outdoor weddings are almost unmatched in beauty, but they’re typically more susceptible to wild card factors. Fortunately, wedding rentals are available to help prepare for any eventuality. Consider getting in contact with your wedding planner and talking about wedding rentals, and which may be right for your needs.
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