5 Ways to Warm Up Your Fall Wedding
Fall weddings are so much fun. But with brisk breezes in the forecast, there are practical considerations for your autumnal affair. Here are 5 ways to warm up your event!
Heat lamps are the perfect solution to a patio reception in early autumn. This time of year, the high and low temperatures can vary 30 degrees. Heat lamps will allow you to enjoy the clear, starry nights, while not getting chilled. And even though they are a bit cumbersome when setting them up, they actually can blend really well with the rest of your rentals and decor.
Whether you want to serve hot cocoa, cider, coffee, or tea, a warm beverage will keep you toasty. If you put out a bar filled with cocoa and toppings (below) it will also keep guests amused while you take your post-ceremony photos.
Don’t put away the marshmallows and graham crackers just yet! A clear fall evening is a romantic backdrop for a couple to cuddle up around the fire and make a couple of s’mores. Make sure to provide plenty of seating around the firepit, and put a close relative or wedding party member on fire patrol to make sure it stays roaring (but not out of control).
It’s not just your guests who need help staying warm. You may want to throw a little something over your shoulders for your trip to and from the venue. Glam brides may want to consider a vintage or faux fur stole. Those brides with a more rustic or retro style might prefer a sweet cardigan either in cream or a festively bright hue.
Getting married outside on a cool, sunny afternoon in October? You may want to provide guests with blankets, wraps, or pashminas to keep their teeth from chattering. If you have a small guest list you could even give them away as your favors.
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