Outdoor Events, Are You Ready?

During the warmer months of the year many people like to have their events outside so their guests can enjoy the lovely weather. However, the weather is not perfect all the time and preparation’s need to be taken in case the weather is unforgiving.

Indoor Options

If you are booking a venue for your event whether it is a wedding, family party or a corporate event it is to ease on the side of caution and book a venue that allows if need be to move the event indoors.


If there is no indoor option renting a tent is a great alternative. Tents can keep out many elements including intense heat, wind and rain. Having tents that not only provide overhead coverage but also have walls that can be shut is another great alternative to combat the unpredictable Mother Nature. The closed tents can also circulate warm or cool air to keep the guest comfortable. Grimes Party Tents is a great source to rent tents for your event. They also provide very elegant tents that will make your event look just as beautiful as an indoor event just like the event pictured below.


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If the weather is still beautiful besides a slight breeze items to make sure you have are clips to keep any type of table cloth on the tables. These metal tablecloth clips are a great option to keep the effects of the wind at bay. Also be sure to have a more weighted plate so after the guest have finished their food their plate does not blow off the table.

These are just a few ways to combat good old Mother Nature I will also be writing a blog next week in regards to other aspects of outdoor events to take into consideration so be sure to check back next week for that post.


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