Having the Perfect Rustic Campground Wedding


Having a wedding is special no matter where you have it but at a campground everything is so much better. Many people choose to go the traditional route and use a church followed by a wedding hall. If you want something truly special that you and your guests are going to remember for a lifetime than a campground wedding is a great idea to follow through on.

Picking the Perfect Campground Wedding Invitations

When you are choose a wedding invitation it basically sets the whole mood of how the wedding will be. You will need to choose the perfect campground wedding invitations to set the right mood. My go to website is basic invite. When it comes to a selection, they are truly the most diverse and professional wedding invitation service out there. They also offer great custom wedding coasters.

Creating a Wedding Website

I know it sounds like a lot of work but there are services out there that can create a website specifically for your wedding. Instead of giving directions and certain wedding information individually to hundreds of people you can just give them a link to your website which will already have all of the details there. Your grandma may not know how to find the website but chances are most other people are savvy enough to figure it all out.

Choosing the right campground

Choosing the right campground is important. The first thing you want to look for in a site is how much parking is available. Also you cannot always control the wedding so you need to make sure there is an alternative in case that happens. Many campgrounds will set up a large tarp if they know it is going to rain that day. Sometimes there can be a farm nearby so you want to make sure you choose a time of the year where is wont smell. Extreme heat and cow manure is not a great mixture. Trust me!

Overall choosing a campground for a wedding is a beautiful idea that you will remember and cherish for the rest of your life. Just make sure that you use the proper resources to plan your wedding.

Last modified: November 28, 2018