The­cer­e­mo­ny is the high­light of your cel­e­bra­tion, so it should be per­fect. But in the heat of thep­repa­ra­tions, you can for­get about some very impor­tant lit­tle things. In this arti­cle Chan­fash­ion will share with you a list of nec­es­sary pur­chas­es to avoid force majeure dur­ing an out­doorcer­e­mo­ny.


The bride walk­ing to the altar is a mes­mer­iz­ing sight. It is worth tak­ing care not only where your path lies, but also how it goes. There­fore, think over the path to the arch and its spe­cial coat­ing.

It is espe­cial­ly impor­tant to take care of the podi­um if the out­door cer­e­mo­ny will take place in nature. Cones, loose earth, sand, fall­en branch­es are clear­ly not the best friends for your stilet­tos. The pas­sage to the arch must first be cleaned of irreg­u­lar­i­ties, and the coat­ing of your choice should be placed on top.

How­ev­er, if it will be, for exam­ple, a boho-style for­est cer­e­mo­ny with bright car­pets, we advise you to choose shoes with a sta­ble heel. It’s unlike­ly that falls and sprained ankles are in your plans.

Heel protection

A log­i­cal addi­tion to the pre­vi­ous para­graph is shoe pro­tec­tors. Even a beau­ti­ful­ly mowed lawn can set up a set-up and “catch” your heel at the most inop­por­tune moment. If you do not want to give up chic stilet­tos, then we advise you to buy spe­cial caps for heels. They are invis­i­ble because of their trans­paren­cy, but they can save you from get­ting stuck in the ground. Buy for your­self and friends 🙂

Don’t for­get to try out the pro­tec­tors before­hand. They come in a vari­ety of sizes and shapes, so you need to pick one that fits your heel shape well.


An out­door cer­e­mo­ny in the open air is very pic­turesque, but there is always a risk of run­ning into bad weath­er. Take care of your guests by prepar­ing the same umbrel­las, with which they can take shel­ter from the rain in case of force majeure.

In hot weath­er, large umbrel­las may also be need­ed to shel­ter those invit­ed from the hot sun. Faint­ing from sun­stroke on such a day is def­i­nite­ly not need­ed.

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Anoth­er way to alle­vi­ate the hot weath­er is to dis­trib­ute sou­venir fans to guests. You can choose them in the col­or scheme of the­or even apply your mono­gram and some roman­tic phras­es. Quite a use­ful gift that will not only help on your­day, but will also remain in mem­o­ry 🙂


Saved from the heat, now it’s time to think about the cold 🙂 Warm blan­kets are sim­ply indis­pens­able at the­cer­e­mo­ny on days of a sharp cold snap or off-sea­son, when the tem­per­a­ture can change dra­mat­i­cal­ly.

flower basket

A sweet girl scat­ter­ing rose petals in front of the bride is a charm­ing­tra­di­tion. Recent­ly, it has often been iron­i­cal­ly mod­i­fied, giv­ing the role of an angel to a friend of the groom, for exam­ple 🙂 But it doesn’t mat­ter who exact­ly will scat­ter the petals, because you still need a bas­ket. She needs to be pho­to­genic enough to be in the frame, so take care of that before­hand.


After the­cer­e­mo­ny, it is also cus­tom­ary to show­er the new­ly­weds. To do this, you can choose dif­fer­ent mate­ri­als: tra­di­tion­al cere­als and coins (be care­ful, it can hurt :), flower petals, leaves, paper con­fet­ti, metafan or even feath­ers. Pre­pare indi­vid­ual bags or paper cones, and the host will ask the guests to take them in advance. This way you avoid clut­ter and get great pho­tos.

Cushion for rings

Per­haps the most impor­tant attrib­ut­es of the­day are your­rings. There­fore, it is impor­tant to choose the appro­pri­ate frame for them! Pay spe­cial atten­tion to the pil­low, jew­el­ry box or ring box, because it will sure­ly fall into the photographer’s lens more than once.

Box­es for rings and oth­ers Wed­ding acces­sories you will find in the Cat­a­log Chan­fash­ion!

Attributes for religious rites

If your reli­gion pro­vides for spe­cial rit­u­als at the wed­ding, then you need to pre­pare for them in advance. Make a list of the nec­es­sary things and a rough script for the cer­e­mo­ny.

It’s also a good idea to explain in advance to non-reli­gious guests exact­ly what will hap­pen and what it means. So they will not be in for sur­pris­es, and the cer­e­mo­ny will become more under­stand­able and touch­ing.

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Tablets can become just a part of the decor, or they can car­ry an impor­tant mean­ing. For exam­ple, the men­tion that “you no longer need to choose a side, because now we are one fam­i­ly” will empha­size the warm fam­i­ly atmos­phere, and the inscrip­tion about the need to turn off the phones will help pro­tect you from sud­den ring­tones, alarms and SMS at the most cru­cial moments.


So that guests do not get con­fused in the tim­ing of the­day, it would be good to pre­pare an under­stand­able sched­ule for them. It can be issued as a sep­a­rate large stand, hand­ed out in the form of brochures or sent in advance along with invi­ta­tions. For the most tech­no­log­i­cal­ly advanced, there is an oppor­tu­ni­ty to make a sep­a­rate web­site or chan­nel in Telegram, where, among oth­er things, there will be infor­ma­tion about tim­ing. Guests will be able to access it using QR codes.

Wed­ding day tim­ing is a very impor­tant stage of prepa­ra­tion! Now it’s much eas­i­er to com­pose it with the tool “Wed­ding Day Plan” от Chan­fash­ion.

flower vases

Sure­ly after the cer­e­mo­ny you will sim­ply be over­whelmed with var­i­ous bou­quets and flow­ers 🙂 You need to think in advance where they will wait for the end of the hol­i­day. Agree with the site man­ag­er about vas­es, be sure to spec­i­fy their size and quan­ti­ty — there should be enough with a mar­gin.

Seat reservation plates

Sure­ly you want the most impor­tant guests at the cer­e­mo­ny to have the best seats in the front rows. These VIPs usu­al­ly include par­ents and clos­est rel­a­tives and friends. So that they do not have to hud­dle at the very end due to oth­er places being occu­pied, arrange with the dec­o­ra­tor about reserve cards.

If your father is lead­ing you to the altar, then make sure that it is easy to get to his place with­out rais­ing oth­er guests.

Certificate folder

If you plan to sign offi­cial doc­u­ments right dur­ing the out­door cer­e­mo­ny, then you should pre­pare a beau­ti­ful fold­er for your mar­riage cer­tifi­cate in advance. A beau­ti­ful pen may also come in handy so that the process cap­tured in the pho­to looks more aes­thet­ic 🙂

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In addi­tion, do not for­get to take care of an equipped place where it will be con­ve­nient for you to put your sig­na­tures. The table should be high enough so that you do not have to bend over much, and dec­o­rat­ed in the style of the cer­e­mo­ny.


It’s a nice tra­di­tion to mark the cli­max of the­with a glass of sparkling wine 🙂 Often, espe­cial­ly for this, the new­ly­weds pre­pare spe­cial, dec­o­rat­ed glass­es. It is not nec­es­sary to beat them “for good luck”, you can save them as a fam­i­ly heir­loom. So beau­ti­ful, what a pity!

Attributes for a symbolic ceremony

There are many options for an unusu­al­cer­e­mo­ny: the Celtic tra­di­tion of weav­ing hands with a rope, plant­i­ng a tree togeth­er, mix­ing two dif­fer­ent wines in one flask, and even paint­ing a pic­ture togeth­er. Such sym­bol­ic rit­u­als make the cer­e­mo­ny unique and mem­o­rable, but they need to be well pre­pared!

A mul­ti­tude sym­bol­ic­cer­e­mo­ny ideas look in our arti­cle!

Think in detail about what items you will need to imple­ment your plan. Men­tal­ly go through the plan step by step. For exam­ple, you decide to plant a tree after an exchange of vows. Will it be a seed or a seedling? Where will he be before the rit­u­al itself? What will the pot look like? Who will draw water into the water­ing can and will you dec­o­rate it? Will the pot stand on the ground or on a sep­a­rate table or cab­i­net?

The more detailed you think over the moment of the cer­e­mo­ny, the less unpleas­ant sur­pris­es await you on your­day. It is best to rehearse this moment in advance so that there is time to buy some­thing or cor­rect the script.

To turn your­prepa­ra­tion not into a night­mare, but into a pleas­ant adven­ture, use our Bride’s to-do list. We have cre­at­ed a step-by-step plan that will help you orga­nize the­of your dreams on your own. Detailed instruc­tions, user-friend­ly inter­face and impor­tant tips from experts — every­thing to make your­prepa­ra­tion eas­i­er 🙂