There’s absolutely no shame to enlist the assistance of a friend or family member.
A few tasks can be better left to professionals like renting tables and chairs or planning to set up tents. If your décor is contingent on fencing then you’ll need to hire one. But, you’ll manage the majority of decor on your own.
3. Drinks and food are available.
The food and beverages will be an important part of the reception held in a backyard. Keep in mind that guests are going to attend throughout the reception. It is important to make sure that they are stocked with alcohol and food. This is just a couple of ideas to get you going.
Cocktails: Make sure you have your signature cocktail if you’re planning on serving cocktails. You can make something that is as easy as vodka lemonade, or an iced tea infused with bourbon. It will make sure that your guests have something they’ll remember the memorable event by. If you don’t want to offer cocktails, mocktails could be a good choice. Mocktails can be as simple or as complex as you’d want. Beverages and wines is a must. You’ll definitely want to provide beers and wines for your guests. If you’re unsure of the kind of honey you’ll need you can ask your caterer.