There are lots of fall decor ideas on Pinterest if that's the sort of thing you're going for. As for the food, you'll want to have warmers/ice to keep everything at the right temperature and probably covers for the dishes to keep bugs from getting into it. A tent over all the food and tables for guest is the best way to go in my opinion.
We had an indoor/outdoor event. The food was kept inside, the drinks were inside and out for more convenience. We did have a tent and could have brought the whole thing inside if necessary but were so lucky the weather was perfect for our big day. I went back and forth on the tent since the weather was looking better and better, but it was nice for guests to get out of the sun too. If you are strictly outside I can't recommend a tent enough. You may also need a generator so keep that in mind. Even if you want to have an outdoor feel, you can do that with an outdoor dance floor and some cocktail tables. But the food should be kept protected as much as possible.
I did! We did it on a porch though with shade and under a tree. I offered water bottles and fans. It was 95 degrees (SO hot) so if yours is outside in heat do that and if it’s potentially cool, bring umbrellas and/or blankets for your guests!
This is our venue. We are also having an outdoor ceremony and reception. The venue provides all the lighting like the string lights. Using lanterns as center pieces with some greenery maybe eucalyptus.
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Thanks and yes I will take that in mind
Future Mrs. B ·
We just had an outdoor wedding Saturday. It was perfect. My only word of caution is that I became obsessed with the weather. I didn't have an inside option. Thank goodness the wedding was gorgeous! We did a rustic theme with blue, Ivory and burlap as our colors. Our entire wedding was around $5k.