Hawaii Wedding Planner – How To Plan An Outdoor Wedding

Posted on June 18, 2018 By

Outdoor marriages in Hawaii are beautiful – except once the weather is not. This is what you should know when preparing your outdoor marriage (on or near the beach).

1) Have a backup plan in case of rain. Passing showers are standard in the islands and thought to be the blessing. But heavy rain lead to a messy ceremony and / or wedding reception – so , if at all possible, have a "Plan B." Possibilities are renting a box or scheduling an indoor site. Another idea is having your wedding at a beachfront location with indoor facilities like a resort or estate.

2) If you' re holding your wedding day literally on the beach, do not place chairs directly on the sand if possible. The sand is uneven plus unstable, and some of your guests might not be appropriately suited for remaining on the fine sand. Find a grill area to put chairs for guests. If you are doing want your ceremony on the fine sand, think about renting some type of platform for your chairs to be placed on.

3) Think about the glare of the sunlight for you and your guests. Try to prepare people where there is minimal period looking directly into the sun. The great the ocean scenery gets dropped when you or your guests cannot even open their eyes.

4) If it' s the daytime marriage, discuss having water in bottles available for guests as they show up. Maui' s sun can be hot; plus individuals can dehydrate rapidly within the afternoon sun.

5) Consider hand-held fans to distribute in order to guests as wedding favors or since keepsakes to help keep the sun out of their own eyes and a cool breeze perfect.

6) Consider the local weather conditions service with regard to tide and sun times. And keep those elements in mind when discussing your wedding period.

7) Do not fail to find out all the rules and regulations for the seaside or park you are using. Some regulations to look for are restrictions upon number of guests; use or accessibility to electricity; use of amplified music; period allotted. Usually public beaches plus parks will only allow smaller events.

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