According to weather.com this is the typical weather for our area the past 30 years:
|Typical Weather for September 12 |
Here are average weather conditions for the day of your wedding:
We will avoid the majority of the heat by having an evening wedding. The sunset should be at about 6:45pm so we are planning a 6pm ceremony time so we still have sun for pictures. Once the sun sets the temp will start to drop (fingers crossed).
I am planning a few things to help our guests be more comfortable before our outdoor ceremony as well. Mr. B wants the bar to be open, but that isn't gonna happen LOL. Instead I plan to ice a bunch of water bottles with custom labels, like the ones I did for the baby shower. I did 2 cases of water in one evening. It shouldn't take too much longer to get 4 cases done.
I am also planning to have the programs open like fans:
I want to find out if I can cut the shapes on a Cricut. That would sure make the cutting go faster!
Last but not least, to keep our guests from having to wait around in the heat for us to take pictures, Mr B and I will be doing a "First Look" and getting most of the pictures out of the way before the ceremony.
Hopefully these little touches will help our guests be as comfortable as possible.
How do you plan to make your guests more comfortable with the weather at your wedding?