Rainy Wedding Day? No Problem!
Rain may seem like the worst thing that could happen on your wedding day – but it’s not. In fact, there are a lot of reasons to make you less anxious about the possibility of a few drops of rain on the Big Day. First of all, there’s nothing you can do about it – rain is just not something you can predict months ahead of time. Secondly, there are actually a lot of things you can do to ensure rain won’t ruin your Big Day. Here are some of the most important tips to remember about this:
- ALWAYS have a plan B. If you are planning an outdoor wedding, you should be sure to have some sort of plan B to pull off in case it rains. A venue with both an indoor and an outdoor space is ideal, but if that’s not an option for you, a wedding tent will do great as well.
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- DO shoot the pictures. You might be tempted to skip the wedding photo session if it rains – but a good photographer will actually turn this into an amazing opportunity. Your pictures will look really unique, fun, and beautiful!
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- DO have fun. There’s no need to ruin your wedding day thinking of a few drops of rain. Have fun! Smile, wear your pretty umbrella with grace and put on a pair of fun colored rubber boots too – this is your BIG DAY!
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