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    An outdoor wedding reception with string lights |

    Pure white table settings | Nicholas Purcell Studio |

    Give guests accessories like straw hats and fans to keep cool during the ceremony |

    A relief station for an outdoor ceremony |

    A help-yourself station of mini spray bottles filled with cool water |

    Keep baskets of pretty parasols on hand so guests can shield themselves from the sun |

    Sunglasses are helpful and affordable |

    Wooden tables and chairs decorated with taupe sequin runners, oversized French candlesticks, and crystal chandeliers | chris evans |

    Lush garlands of hops are such a pretty way to adorn your reception chairs |

    These chandeliers bring the outdoors in |

    A sailcloth tent, decorated with café lighting and reclaimed wood farm tables | Kristina Lorraine |

    To keep guests comfortable during their outdoor ceremony, the couple provided sunglasses and parasols that guests could grab on their way to their seats |

    A tented reception space with blue linens | Kisa Koenig |

    A cute monogram for the table that'll withstand high temperatures |

    A pretty overhead canopy of strands of globe lights and red, white, and blue streamers |

    American flag-themed cornhole |

    Red, white, and blue confetti is a great substitute for rice |

    Classic cornhole, with a wedding twist |

    Roll the dice on your wedding day |

    A high striker to see who's strongest! |

    An olive oil and wine-tasting station on a swing |

    Go with low-lying picnic benches and line your ceremony aisle with copper pails filled with rich autumnal foliage |

    A huge DIY wooden board featuring a heart made of criss-crossed string and seating assignments pinned on floral fabric |