Having an outdoor winter wedding can be just as beautiful as a summer or spring wedding. But you must provide your guest with the appropriate accommodations needed to keep them comfortable. Here are a few great ideas for the bride-to-be who is having an outdoor winter wedding. These ideas will be the perfect guide to help keep you and your wedding guest warm and comfortable.
Add Chair Covers
If you are having wood or metal chairs, place covers over them. You can purchase or rent nice comfortable chairs covers from any table linen rental establishment. Sometimes the venues offer this as an add-on to your package. You will be totally surprised by how comfortable your guest will be with this small addition to the chairs.
Provide Electric Heaters
Next, make sure you provide the heat. I am sure this will be one of the first things on your list but I want to remind you; keeping your guest warm should be priority. You can add heat to your outdoor winter wedding by renting warming units. You can also give white throws as wedding favor and your guest can put them to use during your ceremony or reception.
Keep Your Ceremony Precise and Be On Time
I know that this is your special day but make sure that ceremony is not lengthy. Many wedding ceremonies last only about 20 minutes and you want to be mindful that your guest are there on your behalf, making sure they are comfortable and warm is important. It is also important that you start your wedding on time, this will make your ceremony run smoothly and everyone including you will be happy!
Offer a Warm Room For Guest
Many of your wedding guests will arrive early and offering a warm place to visit before the ceremony goes along way. Try offering a place, either a heated tent or a heated room nearby where the guest can gather. You can also offer hot coffee, hot tea, or warm cider these hot beverages will keep your guest comfy and warm. Once, it’s time for your guest to be seated you can have your host or hostess let your guest know.
Now that you have a few tips that will help you keep you and your guest warm and comfortable you are ready to plan your outdoor winter wedding. Have fun and good luck!