Looking for opinions here. My ceremony is in September, outside on a stone pavilion with a roof. I didn't realize until I went to check it out again a few weeks ago that even if its a beautiful sunny fall day, the shade from the roof makes it pretty cool inside/ a bit of a wind tunnel. It's got me thinking about guest comfort, as well as different "unique" elements to add.
I'm thinking of having a table just outside the pavilion with either hot chocolate or hot apple cider to be consumed while guests are waiting for the ceremony to start. I'm thinking more along the lines of hot apple cider because most adults aren't big fans of hot chocolate and it's less likely to stain if spilled. The company I'm renting my ceremony stuff from has those large coffee urns that could be used to keep it warm.
Thoughts? Is it cheesy or over the top? I'm also toying with having lap blankets. Its only about 40 guests so if people share with their neighbour it's not a huuge investment.
Or I rent heaters, which means I have to rent generators, which are loud.
I'm open to suggestions!