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How to Keep Guests Warm During a Fall Wedding

How To Keep Guests Warm During A Fall Wedding

Fall weather is often perfect for a Ludington wedding, and the colors of fall are a beautiful backdrop that can’t be beat. However, depending on the day, and as the sun starts to set, it may be colder than you’d imagined it’d be for your ceremony and reception. But if you’re in love with the gold and red rustic background that fall can provide your special day with, there are tent accessories available that can keep your guests warm throughout the night.

Here are a few ways that you’ll be able to keep everyone warm during your fall wedding:

Add Sidewalls to Your Tent

Sidewalls will keep out wind and rain, which is absolutely critical for your wedding party. They’ll also help you keep warmer air inside, and they can be a great way for you to control the temperature of your tent. At Statewide Party Rentals, we offer a variety of sidewalls that can be attached to your tent, whether they’re solid, transparent, or café style (side panels that look like windows).

If you have a view that you don’t want to waste while people are inside, transparent panels are your best option.

Select the Right Sized Tent Heater

Making sure that you have the right size tent heater and number of heaters will help you maintain a comfortable temperature throughout the tent and throughout the Ludington night. Our heaters come in two sizes, and we’ll make sure that you’re getting an adequate heater based on the size of your tent and your desired temperature.

Generally, heaters are kept outside of the tent, so you don’t need to worry about their aesthetics. The heat is pumped in through the bottoms of the tent, and your heater’s tank will not be visible. Remember, also, that your heaters will work much more effectively and efficiently if you have sidewalls on your tent to keep that heat inside.

Use Patio Heaters to Target Hot Spots

Patio heaters are generally used by restaurants and bars with outdoor seating to provide heat to a limited space. They usually provide around 6-10 feet of warmth and require no electricity. If you’re planning to have cocktails outdoors and want to keep guests from getting too cold, or if you’re going to have any outdoor seating areas, patio heaters can be a great option.

You can also use patio heaters inside a tent, but you’ll need to make sure that there is adequate space since a propane tank is located at its base.

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