pay a fee to the person or organization that owns the land.
Take these into account at the planning stage.
with umbrellas. You never know when the heavens will open.
FL Destination Weddings who carry out these kinds of ceremonies regularly suggest taking precautions. For brides,
that means wearing dresses that won’t ride up in the wind and have enough bulk to keep them on the floor. For the
best man, it means writing the speech on something sturdy, or using a tablet computer, not a flimsy bit of paper.
And for the decor, it means stapling everything to the ground and providing candles with windshields.
If the site can’t,
you’ll have to provide a generator. Don’t worry, they’re easy to hire, and most companies will send an
operative to help you set the thing up.
arrive, you need a backup plan. Mostly a marquee tent will suffice. But if you’re getting married in the south
and there’s a raging storm out to sea, you might want to consider reserving an indoor venue too.
Yes, it’s a pain, but it protects you should the worst happen.
in their suits, ties, and dresses. But when August heat waves strike, it can become too hot for guests.
handheld fans, hats, and plenty of refreshing drinks in ice chests.
dress your chairs with cushions and provide a little extra ballast for guest behinds.
Sand and grass are lethal to heels. So if you want to avoid any wardrobe malfunctions on the big day, distribute heel protectors to stop guests from sinking into the ground.
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