11 days to go. The long range forecast is calling for sunshine and 16 degrees (60ish for all my American friends) at our location. Obviously since it's the Rockies, that will change at least 75 times between now and then.
Is 60 kind of cool? I live in the frozen north, to me anything above zero is t-shirt weather. FH calls me his little penguin all the time because I am always warm, too warm. I am a terrible judge of temperature. It's going to be sunny (please loan your collective positive energy to good weather for us) and we are doing tents, but there is also lots of outdoor space where people can be if they don't want to be in the shade. We probably don't need heaters for the tent though, do we? I can make room in the budget if I have to, but it seems like it might be unnecessary? It's an outdoor wedding, everyone knows that, so I expect people will dress properly. I just don't want them all chilled and sad during lunch. Lunch is taking place just after 1pm, so around the warmest part of the day. I'm definitely not worried about it being too hot, especially because we don't have to put all the walls on the tent if we think it's going to to be warmer.
Suggestions? Do you think that's too cold to go without heaters? My rental company assures me that we can add them fairly last minute if there is going to be rain or the forecast drops significantly. Just not sure if I should be planning on it anyway, if the temps do stay as anticipated.