Having an outdoor wedding was something I had dreamed of, but the fact that I chose hot August as my wedding month forced me indoors.
However, if we ever renew our vows, I'm definitely choosing to do it outdoors.
Garden weddings are among the most beautiful wedding choices available, aside from exotic wedding locations like the castles of Scotland or the tropical beaches.
And planning a garden wedding couldn't be more simple!
You just have a few things to consider, and you're wedding will be one of beauty and ease!
These 7 tops for planning a garden wedding should get you well on your way!
1. Watch the Weather
Weather is one of the biggest problems in having an outdoor wedding.
My best tip on this subject would be to buy and consult the Farmer's Almanac for the year you're getting married.
The Farmer's Almanac has been proven to be at least 80% accurate, and that's better than just picking a date and hoping for the best.
You might also want to consider setting a rain date or having a backup indoor location, should the weather get really bad.
Another option would be to have a tent available to be used for the ceremony as well as your reception.
White wedding tents can be rented fairly easily.
But definitely check your Farmer's Almanac!