Wedding Safety Concerns
Whether you’re doing something crazy like skydiving into your ceremony or just having a traditional wedding, there are a lot of opportunities for you and your guests to potentially get injured. Though it may seem like a laughable idea at first, wedding safety concerns are a big deal and have even led many popular venues to require additional insurance. If you’re interested in keeping you and your family and friends safe at your wedding, here are a few areas to watch out for.
By far the biggest risk at a wedding is from the weather. You could have a terrible flood that strands everyone in the middle of nowhere or even a tornado that rips through and causes mass destruction. Make sure you have a safe storm location just in case so everyone can have a fun time without getting injured.
Getting hurt while you’re dancing may seem funny at first, but once you’re slapped with a lawsuit you may feel differently. Anything from a sprained ankle to a slippery dancefloor can lead to an injury, so make sure there is someone in charge of keeping the dancefloor safe. Also, make sure people aren’t being too crazy out there; especially your younger guests.
Candles and Sparklers
Anything that you light on fire is obviously a fire hazard, and at weddings the most likely culprits will be either candles or the sparklers you hand out for your grand exit or entrance. All it takes is one tipped over table or one dumb move with a sparkler that is burning to cause some serious problems, so make sure you are weighing the risks and rewards of having either item at your reception. Your best bet is to skip the candles and make sure the sparklers are only used outdoors, but with proper preparation and supervision you can safely use them during your wedding.
Lastly, champagne is usually associated with fun; but it can also be a huge safety concern at your wedding. Popping a cork may seem like fun and games, but if a guest takes one in the eye it can leave them permanently blind and you with a hefty insurance claim; as well as a guilty conscience. Your best bet is to make sure all of the champagne bottles are already open when they’re brought out to the tables. That way, you can eliminate at least one wedding safety concern since the wait staff will be taking all of the risk.http://daily-blogger.com/wedding-safety-concerns/http://daily-blogger.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/wedding.jpghttp://daily-blogger.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/09/wedding-150x150.jpgToday's Postsparklers,Wedding Safety Concerns