Garden Wedding: Romantic and Dream Event

A garden wedding is very romantic and something very special. However, there are a few things to consider when planning a wedding in the garden. The garden is an absolute dream location when it comes to a wedding celebration. In the middle of nature and yet very familiar.


Garden wedding tips

Special preparations must be made for the garden wedding because they are essential for a successful party.


Parking lots

The wedding celebration begins before the actual party. If guests search for a parking space for a long time, they may miss an important part of the celebration and they are probably a bit annoyed. Think in advance where possible parking spaces around the garden are still available and pass on the information or delegate this task. Another option is to organize carpooling. So you can get by with fewer parking spaces.



Power should be provided for music or lighting in the evening. Organize enough extension cords in advance and route them so that no one trips over them. The caterer may also need a power source and water access. You can also enhance the decorative garden screens ( with lighting. This will be perfect for evening wedding parties.


Sun and rain protection

Blue skies and bright sunshine is the dream weather for every garden wedding. It does not always play according to the wishes of bridal couples. Fortunately, there are solutions for this too. You can either decide on a tent right at the beginning or just get it as a precaution and set it up if necessary. A tent also has other advantages. It protects against wind and blazing sun.


Keep pests away

Mosquitoes and other pests can become unpleasant in the garden. Therefore, you should think in advance of a strategy on how to keep them in check. Herbs such as mint, basil, or lavender are said to keep mosquitoes away. Citronella oil also drives away mosquitoes, flies don’t like the smell of eucalyptus or lavender oil at all.


Tables and seating

Whether it’s a menu or appetizers at your garden wedding, guests need a place where they can eat and chat in peace. Depending on the size and desired catering, you need tables and chairs in the garden or, alternatively, bar tables.