Tents make incredible places to host an event. Unlike interior rooms and buildings, your event -- corporate or otherwise -- isn't held down by perimeters and measurements. Guests can move about the area, and outside the area, as they please while enjoying the sun.
One of the biggest difficulties with planning an outdoor event in advance is you're never sure what the weather forecast holds in store. Of course, you can check the library's copy of the Farmer's Almanac for a general idea, but odds are your experience with the weather involves a lot of prayer and a series of heavy sighs.
The average length of an engagement is 14 months, according to the Knot's 2014 Real Weddings Study. This means that the average wedding is planned over the course of a little over a year. Longer engagements such as these not only give couples time to plan their weddings but also allows them to spend money on the ceremony periodically, rather than all at once.
The most popular month to get married, according to the Knot's Real Weddings Study, is June (15%), followed closely by October (14%). June is often a popular wedding month because it's the month where Spring becomes Summer, which means a wedding is less likely to be rained on as it would be in the Spring while also not being too hot.
I often get the question, "Could I save money by buying a tent instead of renting it?" There isn't one clear answer to this question, but here are some things to keep in mind as you make that decision:
Weddings can be incredibly expensive. Although it’s your day to shine as you begin your new life as a married couple rather than as a single individual, it’s also important for you to remain financially responsible. It’s one thing to want your venue to be in a church and another to be in a church on the other side of the world because you happen to enjoy the lighting.
The Fourth of July is a holiday filled with fun, patriotism, and fireworks. So why not schedule your own romantic fireworks on the same day? A Fourth of July wedding can be immensely enjoyable and the warm weather will keep your guests pleasantly entertained outdoors all day (and night) long.
As you're planning an outdoor wedding, party or other event, you may wonder if you should choose round or rectangle tables. Each has its benefits and situations where it works best.
Your wedding is a magical day full of celebration and love, but have you ever considered the amount of waste that can come with hosting a big party? Having a large get together means a lot of paper waste, excess food, and unnecessary trash. So if you're an eco-friendly bride, then plan an eco-friendly wedding! But how do you keep Mother Nature in mind when planning a green wedding? Just utilize these eco-friendly wedding tips for the perfect dream-green wedding day.
Spring is in full swing, and there's no better way to celebrate the beauty of the season than by throwing a party for your closest friends and family. Of course, hosting an outdoor event of any kind is great for bringing everyone together and creating fond memories. But if you're looking for a few creative ways to use a backyard party tent this spring, we've come up with a few ideas for an unforgettable social gathering. And don't forget: you'll need the perfect tent rentals for your upcoming shindig! Here are just a few themed events you'll definitely want to throw this year:
Even though your wedding should be exactly what you and your future spouse would like, it is important to take your guests into consideration. This means thinking of their comfort and happiness throughout the entire event, even if it can get in the way of your plans. So, in order to create the happiest guests possible, here are some common things your wedding guests would like for you to know.
Considering that the average length of an engagement is 14 months, there is a lot to do in that very short time to get the wedding of your dreams. In one of our previous posts, we started a checklist for brides and grooms-to-be to follow when planning their wedding, so here we finish the countdown!
Getting married is one of the most exciting moments in anyone's life. But it can also be incredibly expensive and put a damper on brides and grooms who are looking forward to spending their lives together. However, don't fret because here are some incredibly easy ways to save money for your big day.
While rain on your wedding day is often considered good luck, you might see it as the opposite. The risk of summer storms can make hosting an outdoor event stressful, but this is especially true when wedding bells are involved. Luckily, it is in your control to not let bad weather splash all over your special day. From prepping your guests to adjusting your party rentals, these tips are your stress-free weather preparedness kit.
As you're planning your wedding, you may wonder if you should plan an outdoor wedding or keep it indoors.
Reasons you should plan your wedding outdoors:
- You love the outdoors, fresh air, sunshine or stars
- You're planning a country or rustic wedding theme
- You have an outdoor space that is significant to you
- You want your wedding to be relaxed or casual
Reasons to opt for in indoor venue:
- You have a low tolerance for cool or warm weather (although tent heating and cooling are available)
- You aren't willing to adjust plans to work with weather changes
While there are pros and cons of planning an outdoor wedding, we're sure you'll be just as happy with your event as these customers were.
If you're wedding is coming up and you haven't chosen a venue, be sure to check out Nissley Vineyards. It's a relaxed rural location that is charming and beautiful. It's not far from Harrisburg and Lancaster. Whether you shooting engagement pictures like this couple or you'd like to host your entire wedding onsite, this historic location is sure to please.