The ultimate summer wedding tips

It’s no secret that summer is the most popular time to tie the knot. After all, it’s easier for guests to take time off to travel, your risk of inclement weather is lower, and everything is flowering and bright. Guests are likely seeing several couples say “I do” this season, how do you make your wedding stand out among the others? Throwing the ultimate summer wedding, It may sound like a big task, but hosting an epic, Summer wedding is easier than you’d ever imagine. It doesn’t require you to have a limitless budget. Hosting the ultimate summer wedding means the event is just what you and your guests think of when they imagine sunny nuptials, and offers all the touches they wished other couples had at their big day.
Here are a few tips which you have, to be sure that, they can be realized as they are essential for this warm weather season…
1. Choose Favours that Keep Guests Comfortable!
Handing out sunglasses, parasols, or fans before the ceremony starts, will keep your friends and family happy during what could be sweltering temperatures in summer!
2. Offer Refreshing Cocktails and Wine
No one wants to sip a warm liquour or heavy red wine during the heat of summer. Chilled white or rosé wine or a bright signature cocktail will keep guests cool as they sip their drinks helping you stock your bar in a smarter, more budget-friendly way.
3. Choose Flowers that Hold Up in the Heat
You’ll want to talk to your florist about heat-resistant blooms that won’t wilt in high temperatures. Trendy succulents are an ideal, statement-making option that can withstand even the steamiest of wedding days
4. Make a Smart Timeline
The last thing you want to do is ask guests to stand around in the sun for hours on end. While we suggest keeping the time between your ceremony and reception short at any time of year, it’s especially essential when temps spike. Minimize time without shade and try to plan your wedding to start at the cooler points of the day, like a sunset ceremony and evening reception.
5. Make a Smart Timeline
The last thing you want to do is ask guests to stand around in the sun for hours on end. While we suggest keeping the time between your ceremony and reception short at any time of year, it’s especially essential when temps spike. Minimize time without shade and try to plan your wedding to start at the cooler points of the day, like a sunset ceremony and evening reception.
6. Choose Airy Fabrics for Everyone
Whether it’s your wedding dress, your groom’s suit, or your bridal party’s ensembles, stick to lighter, flowing fabrics that will keep everyone cool. Sweaty brides, grooms, and attendants do not make for chic wedding photos.
7.Select a Summery Hairstyles for the Bride and Bridesmaids
It’s hard enough for most brides and bridesmaids to tame their hair into a perfect, flowing hairstyle. In heat and humidity avoid long curls or waves! To fight frizz and humidity, ladies should try pulling part or all of their hair off their face and neck to stay cool and picture-perfect.
Watch out for skin that is exposed to the sun, you don’t want sun burn before or either during your wedding 🙂