My sister and her fiance decided to have a winter wedding.
I thought it was a cool idea until I found out that they were going to have the wedding outdoors. The first thing I thought about was the fact that we regularly have snow on the ground in the middle of December. They were attempting to have winter wonderland weather with Christmas themed decorations. My sister wanted an outdoor ceremony and reception and I thought the idea was terrible. The average temperatures are usually around 20 or 30 degrees and it could be snowing or raining. My sister and her fiance already thought about several issues that may occur. They ordered two large tents to erect on the property and they also ordered several propane heaters to rent for the day. The propane heaters were decorated with bows and wedding flowers and they blended into the decor nicely. To be honest, the propane heaters looked much better than I thought they would and they worked great. The rental company brought extra propane tanks too, just in case we ran out of fuel. They were easily interchangeable with a twist of a knob. I have to admit that my sister and her finance thought of everything and the winter wedding theme was a really neat idea that looked marvelous. I still think it was too cold for an outdoor wedding, but they made everything work. I’m going to get married in the spring when the weather is sunny with a light breeze and tons of fresh flowers all over the ground.