You most likely won’t have to worry too much about decorating the area if your wedding is outdoors, as trees, sandy beaches or a lovely garden serve as natural and permanent decor. The great outdoors can be the perfect location for a wedding. If you decide to get married during the late spring, early summer or early fall, you will probably have the weather on your side.
A garden in full bloom is a beautiful spot to hold your wedding ceremony. You may have a friend or family member who has a beautiful backyard garden that would be ideal for your wedding. If not, see if you can rent space at a public botanic garden for the afternoon.
Simple Outdoor Wedding
Weddings in a public garden are usually simple, since the gardens can have strict rules. You may only be allowed to have a small number of guests and the guests may have to stand during the ceremony.
If you and your soon-to-be spouse do not want an elaborate, overly formal wedding, consider throwing a picnic. A picnic wedding can take place in your backyard or at a local park. Make sure you get the proper permits and permission before holding your wedding in a public area, though.