2 Backup Plans For Your Outdoor Wedding

Posted on: 23 January 2020

When you are planning your outside wedding, you want to make sure that you have a backup plan. Even if the weather is usually good during that particular time, you don't want to risk the chance that the weather is going to be bad. If you have a backup plan already in place, then you are going to be able to switch everything from your primary plan to your secondary plan without any problems and get your wedding done. So, what are some backup options?

Tent

One backup option is to get a wedding tent rental. You can have the tent set up before your wedding day, just as a precaution or as a place to hold a reception, or you can rent one and have the tent rental company hold it for you until the day of the wedding. If you go that route, you will need to make sure that you are keeping a close eye on the weather so that you know if you are going to need to have the company come out and set up the tent for you. The company may need to have a day's warning to make sure that they have enough time to do the work for you and that they will have enough people to set up the tent. How much time you are going to need to set up the tent and how many people are involved in setting it up depends on the size and what additional features you want. For example, if you need a large tent and you want to have a floor in it, then you are looking at several hours' worth of work by several people, so make sure that you check with the tent rental company. 

Indoor Venue

You can also move your wedding into an indoor venue. Depending on where you are getting married, there may be an attached indoor venue or one nearby. With an indoor venue, you may have to put a deposit down on it to hold it open just in case you do have to move your wedding inside. Make sure that you check with whatever indoor space you might want to use to see what you are going to need in order to use that space if you need it. 

Getting married outside may be your dream wedding. If it is, then you need to make sure that you have a backup plan for just in case the weather gets bad. 

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