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Ways to Beat the Heat at Your Summer Wedding

While we are still clinging onto winter, know that summer will be here before you know it! So, if you are planning a summer wedding, you will certainly want to ensure that you are prepared!

Have you decided to say “I do” in the heat?

We believe that every wedding should be planned to perfection! That’s why, here at Sterling Weddings + Events, as Phoenix wedding planners, we have gathered some tips to assist you with beating the heat at your own summer wedding. If you would like to discover what these tips are, be sure to continue reading:

  • Stay Hydrated. If you and your guests will be outdoors in the sun on your big day, you will want to ensure that everyone stays hydrated! It would be best to have bottled water available for all. In addition, presenting some chilly beverages would certainly be ideal.

  • Block the Sun. The sun beating down on your guests could certainly cause some discomfort! Ensure that your guests are kept cool by presenting them with parasols, as a way to shield them from the sun. In addition, know that they would pose as the perfect wedding favors. Also, hand fans will allow your guest to be cooled down even further.

  • Chilly Treats. You have the opportunity to cool your guests down in a delicious way by presenting them with a chilly treat! An ice cream bar would be the perfect way to do so! Comprise yours with a variety of flavors, toppings, and even cones, and you can ensure that your guests will be able to beat the heat.

Your wedding guests shouldn’t be uncomfortable in the heat at your summer wedding! These are just a few ways in which you can cool them down on your own big day.

If you are ready to plan your own nuptials with a wedding planner in Phoenix, Arizona, please contact us here at Sterling Weddings + Events! We have a passion for creating one of a kind weddings, and would be pleased with the opportunity to ensure that yours is.

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