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October 30, 2016
Getting cold feet about wet weather dampening your garden party, outdoor festival or public event?
Wet weather occurs in EVERY season so make sure you plan for the possibility and then relax as the day unfolds.
However, did you know that some Australian cities have LESS rain in winter than in summer So you might just want to consider booking a winter event depending on where you're located.
A winter event will be cooler, of course, but in many cases it will also be DRIER than in summer.
There are, of course, a variety of pros and cons regarding planning your event for spring, summer, autumn and winter.
Your planning could include:
Consider unique venues that offer indoor alternatives for wet weather events - verandas, barns or even foyers. If the rains do come crashing down, ensure that the indoor section of your backup venue is large enough to provide coverage for all your guests.
If you have a gorgeous view, make it visible even in rain with a clear marquee
It's rare that it will rain ALL day and if you've chosen a beautiful setting for your outdoor event, you'll want your guests to not only see when it's stopped raining, but to look out and admire the beautiful view - whether that's in a garden, on a vineyard, by the sea or in a park.
Clear PVC marquees provide a unique way to keep your guests warm and dry while letting them see the beautiful setting outside.
July 21, 2021
June 30, 2021
You might think that an event hire business would have nothing new to learn from organising a personal milestone event but you'd be wrong! The director of My Event Decor, I organised a birthday event for my husband in May. In my two-part blog post, I'll detail what happened.
June 15, 2021
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