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Tips for Garden Weddings


Tips for Garden Weddings
Planning a wedding can be both fun and stressful. Trying to have a theme, like a garden wedding, can require extra work, but can also help make your wedding unique and memorable. Remember that keeping it simple but tasteful can go a long way - there is no need to go overboard with a garden theme.

The following are some easy-to-do and classy tips for a garden wedding:

1.) Have garden-drinks on hand. Pitchers of lemonade and iced tea are popular garden drinks. Homemade sangria is a great inexpensive fun option for those who drink alochol.

2.) Use a trellis covered in green ivy vines to set the mood.

3.) Release butterflies, this is symbolic and often a really nice touch at garden weddings.

4.) Set up a birdbath, as a garden decoration.

5.) Make your own wedding invitations with pressed flowers on them.

6.) Fresh garden flowers should be used as table centerpieces

7.) Use tiny little potted plants as wedding favors.

8.) Hire a live band, the open air at a garden wedding will help the sound carry.

9.) Set up something (mosquito zapper) to deal with those pesky insects.

10.) If the garden is outside have a backup location, or rent a tent canopy in the event the weather is not what you hoped for.

11.) Use floating candles in any water gardens.

12.) Give seed packets as wedding favors.

13.) Use tiki torches to light garden pathways for evening weddings.

14.) String white lights in trees and shrubbery, this will create a romantic mood at night.

15.) Use scented citronella oil and candles to keep the mosquito's from becoming pests.

Garden weddings are classy and elegant and often much less expensive than more formal alternatives.

About the Author:
Maddison Hendrix is a long time gardner and shares her knowledge in educational articles at Perennial Gardens http://www.perennial-gardens.com and Butterfly Gardens http://www.butterfly-gardens.com

 


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