12 Fun & Clever Ideas For Your Summer Wedding

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Summer is by far the most popular time of the year to say I Do. With better weather, longer evenings, hazy lighting and a beautiful atmosphere, it’s easy to see why many of us choose this time of year to get married. Today we’re sharing 12 fun and useful ideas to add to your day to ensure everyone has the best time! 

Summer wedding ideas

  1. Bring the dancing outside! (Image sourceSummer wedding ideas
  2. Let the speeches flow in the open air. (Image: Feather Love via sourceSummer wedding ideas
  3. Make sure everyone stays cosy when the sun goes down. (Image: Sarah Kathleen via The Wedding of my DreamsSummer wedding ideas
  4. Offer fun and useful props for when the sun is high in the sky! (Image sourceSummer wedding ideas
  5. Create a secret walk through your love story. (Image: Molliner Photography via Southern WeddingsSummer wedding ideas
  6. Bring on the lawn games! You can hire these from many local companies or give them a go yourself, you’ll have fun dreaming up your ideas. (Image sourceSummer wedding ideas
  7. Create your own outdoor photobooth, simple and effective. (Image sourceSummer wedding ideas
  8. A relief station filled with plasters, suncream and insect repellant is a great idea for during the summer months. (Image: Ann Kathrin Koch via Bridal GuideSummer wedding ideas
  9. Hydrate your guests with complimentary bottles of water! (Image sourceSummer wedding ideas
  10. Pretty fans are a great idea for an outdoor ceremony and can be picked up cheaply on sites such as Ebay. (Image: Kate Headley Weddings via Wilkie BlogSummer wedding ideas
  11. Light up your space with fairy lights, you can never have too many in our opinion! (Image sourceSummer wedding ideas
  12. Decant your favourite cocktails, mocktails or flavoured waters into big containers for your guests to help themselves to. (Image: Ashley Ludaescher via Martha Stewart Weddings)

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