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Sometimes the venue that's for your wedding breaks all the rules but it's still the perfect setting for your nuptials. A museum, a farm, heck even an aquarium maybe the right place for your wedding. These types of venues are more than welcomed in the world of weddings but your wedding will still need all the elements that make a great venue. You may need to add a kitchen or even bathroom to have your wedding at this unusual venue. You even have to build a reception space from scratch. As a wedding planner, I love these spaces but you should know all that goes into having your wedding there.
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Your caterer of choice will need to bring in a make shift kitchen for outdoor venues or venues without full kitchens. They will charge you for the rental of this equipment.
Port a potties have come a long way so don’t be scared of the idea of renting one for your wedding.
Tables, chairs and linens, Oh my!
Renting all the tables, chairs, linens, china, glassware and flatware is very important. You have to have more than enough for everyone and you have to ensure you have everything you need. Consult with your caterer or wedding planner a list of must haves.
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An outdoor space will require you to rent a dance floor. A rental company will be able to tell you exactly how big of a floor you will need.
You have to keep your guests cool in the summer, warm in the winter and dry all year round. Renting heaters, air conditioners and the right tenting are required when planning an outdoor soiree.