Nowadays, many couples are looking for ways to organize their wedding receptions such as to make them memorable among the guests.

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A great way to go about it is garden wedding that is quite romantic in principle. The recitation of vows amid the natural beauty of trees and vibrant flowers add a unique charm to the event. But how to go about making your chosen venue look its best on the big day?

If you have already decided to get married at a particular garden venue, talk to gardeners there about the seasonality of the plants in place. Find out the time of the year when the plants and flowers are at their best and set your marriage date accordingly.

If it is your own garden or that of your relatives, you probably get time to do some planting. If you have already set a date, you can contact a professional at your local garden centre to know the plants and flowers that should be planted to get the best display on the big day.

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Supplement your garden's natural beauty
Even an experienced gardener cannot guarantee that a certain garden will get the best display on a particular day in eighteen months time. Gardens depend a lot on the season's mercy and the annual progress of a garden can change by several weeks with a little unseasonable weather.

To ensure that your garden venue has a wonderful look, bring in cut flowers, some potted plants and shrubs from elsewhere and arrange them. As part of arrangement, use rustic containers like old fashioned watering cans and glass jugs and also hire potted plants from a garden centre.

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Gardens can be decorated too
Even if your garden venue looks naturally beautiful, you can still add some extra decorations to turn it into even more beautiful. Most couples like to have an archway or gazebo for the ceremony, but you could also consider ribbon bows or colorful fabric butterflies as part of small decorations.

Add light to your venue
If the event is going to be in the evening, you should check out the lighting in the garden. You can hung candle lanterns in the trees or on small posts as well as can white or coloured fairy lights to give that cosy glow. You can go for citronella candles to stop attracting insect variety.

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Pay attention to your flower arrangements
If your wedding is fixed at an outdoor setting in summer your wedding flowers, such as table centres and bouquets headdresses may wilt earlier than usual in the hot sun, even if they are brought from a florist. Make flower arranged in an oasis and regularly water them during the day or else keep the flowers in vases of water. Keep headpieces and bouquets out of direct sunlight till the last moment and ensure a shady place to keep them and water at different times of the day.

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