Most often it is a children's party or a wedding reception. If you do the full show, find a place to hide your equipment from wind at least on one side. It may be a fenced corner or a gazebo or something similar. In such circumstances you'll be able to make small and medium-sized bubbles without any issues.
There is a nuance regarding the Human inside Bubble (Props, Human Inside Bubble Set
) act. Normally I say right away that I am not sure if I will be able to put people inside a bubble. It will depend on the wind strength. If there is no wind, you can put them all inside a bubble. But if there IS a wind, it will be necessary to resort to tricks. For example, the guests may be asked to stand in a tight circle around you and the newlyweds to be placed inside the bubble.
The same applies to children. You can engage your imaginations, make them pick up, say, a few rugs, use them as a fence and do your thing. When parents have an urge to help they offer really great ideas. Nothing is impossible during outdoor shows, unless there is a heavy rain and a strong wind. Therefore, work and enjoy it.
The outdoor shows turn out beautiful and spectacular. The bubbles shimmer brighter and have more saturated colors due to sunlight.