|Set the ceremony away from the sunshine.|
|Lots of sunshine!|
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BUGS: It is a great idea to have bug spray available around the ceremony site. Stick them in a basket, with packages of tissues and you are good to go. Another product beside spray are bug spray wipes, they are easy to use but remember to have a trash can close by for people drop the wipes into after use. You can fog the area a few hours before the ceremony, set up bug traps, or have a professional bug spraying company come out usually the week of the wedding.
SEATING: What will work best for your style of wedding, budget and number of guests. You don't have to have everyone sit if you plan on a short and sweet ceremony. Though it is important to have some form of seating for certain guests, you don't want your grandmother standing for the whole ceremony. Rented chairs, benches, blankets, hay and there are always clever choices to be made in seating. Just remember, not everyone is going to want to sit on the ground and find the best solution that works for the space and your style.
Always be willing to work with the space you are in, remember to have a back up plan or even two or three of them! Outdoor ceremonies can be amazing and taking the time to work out the details is important.
|Meeting both needs, chairs and blankets for a freestyle wedding.|