As Mark Twain once said….. “If you don’t like the weather in New England now… just wait 5 minutes “
Some say that rain on your wedding day is a sign of good luck and fertility. Being said, the benefits of rain and snow will deliver the most gorgeous photos and the best party ever!
When planning a wedding in the spring, summer, fall or even winter months, this can be quite challenging ….. Or not, just as long as you have a plan A, B and C.
You wedding coordinator should always have this conversation with you so that you have a backup plan that everyone is aware of. What the time line will be and what provisions are available so that everyone is comfortable and can enjoy the ceremony without getting rained on or being too cold.
Tent rentals are on speed dial, Photographers are ready and prepared, waterproof mascara and of course your hairdresser is on board with anti-humidity products and making the messy bun look like a million bucks!
Having total communication with your coordinator is the key to success. They will be watching the weather a week out to even minutes before – sometimes more so than the Bride & Groom.
Some of the best and most fun weddings have been with lots of rain and even snow. Running through puddles with that famous black umbrella and having snowflakes fall on your face while you are saying your vows are times you will never forget.
Staying positive and walking with that “special smile” looking at the love of your life is just priceless.