April showers bring May flowers, but April showers can also ruin an event’s vibe. So be sure to have a rain or contingency plan. Here some things to think about when creating your back-up plan if you are hosting an event outside.
Rain, wind and extreme temperatures can all disrupt your outdoor event plans. Hope for the best and plan for the worst. Always check the weather forecast 7-10 days prior to start preparing. This will also allow your event vendors to also prepare accordingly. As you get closer to the event date, make adjustments as need.
If it’s going to rain, make sure the guests are covered. If it’s too windy make sure your decorations and tents are anchored well. If it’s too cold, make sure your guest will be warm by getting some outdoor heater. If it’s too hot, make sure to keep your guests shaded and cool so no one passes out from heat stroke.
Don’t forget the decorations, food & gifts
Floral decorations can also get ruined in extreme temperatures. And, if you have chocolate in the gifts or for dessert, make sure they won’t melt in the heat.
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