171 – Camping Wedding Inspiration and Baskets for your Guests


Camping Wedding Inspiration and Baskets for your Guests – Episode #171 

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We are getting married in 2019 and I originally wanted to do a late September or early October date because we both love the fall. But just recently I started thinking about August 31, 2019, which would be Labor Day weekend. The venue we want is kind of out in the middle of the woods along a river in Oregon and they let us have it from Friday-Sunday! We both have A LOT of family and friends and I thought it would be fun for everyone to camp and do more of a whole celebration weekend. There’s swimming, fishing, bonfires, horseback riding (through the venue), and hiking. Do you think this would be a fun idea, or would people be annoyed that a wedding is taking over their Labor Day weekend? I know some families have traditions for this weekend.  

Camping/Glamping Wedding 

When planning a weekend camping trip for your wedding you will have a lot of things to keep up with.  Making sure your guests are comfortable and have the necessary items. 

  • Renting RVs might be the way to go.  Each has its own kitchen and most their own bathroom. 
  • Or Find a campground that has cabins to house all guest  
  • Or luxury tents https://www.glamping.com/ 
  • Make sure it’s a weekend of fun with games and activities 
  • Have an itinerary for the whole weekend but build some free time in there as well. 
  • Food: Bring lots and delegate someone in charge of the food/meals.  You will need to feed them all weekend Brunches and dinners also think about having a good-bye brunch on 171the last day to send them off.  
  • For the reception: Possibly food trucks or Look for a caterer that has experience catering outdoor events, BBQ  
  • Generator 
  • Take care of guests, lots of drinks(non-alcoholic), baskets filled, lots of seating 
  • Lawn games or disc golf 
  • Smore's, trail mix bar  
  • Firewood 
  • Camping Packing List: http://www.cozi.com/blog/family-camping-checklist-and-a-few-great-tips/ 

Welcoming your wedding guests and keeping them comfortable during all the activities is an important thing to consider.  Here are a few types of baskets you may want to create for them. 

Welcome Baskets- 
  • Cute totes, boxes or baskets for your out of town guests 
  • A personalized welcome note 
  • An Itinerary card or paper with location address, a timeline of all events, dress codes. 
  • A list of activities and eateries close to their stay  
  • Snacks-fruit, trail mix, chocolate, etc. 
  • You can add something personal if you like 
  • Hangover kit (pain reliever, mini water bottle, mints or gum) 
  • Depending on where you are, something local, wine, beer, coffee, honey… 
Bathroom Baskets 
  • Band-Aids  
  • Mints/gum 
  • Tampons/pads 
  • Headache med? 
  • Lotion  
  • Antacids 
  • Hairspray  
  • Deodorant (Spray) 
  • Bobby pins 
  • Hair ties 
  • Sunscreen 
  • Bug repellent 
  • Wet wipes 
  • Safety pins 
  • Stain sticks 
  • Mouthwash 
  • Brush and comb 
  • Lint roller 
  • Qtips 
Outdoor Ceremony Basket 
  • Bug repellant 
  • Sunscreen 
  • Water or have a water station 
  • Sunglasses 
  • Blankets if cold 
  • Fans if warm 
  • umbrellas 

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When planning a weekend camping trip for your wedding you will have a lot of things to keep up with.  Making sure your guests are comfortable and have the necessary items. 
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