HOW TO MAKE THE BEST OF A RAINY WEDDING DAY
I remember those two words that sent me into a panic ten days before my wedding day, “rain possible.” I thought, NO! It just can’t! I had planned every single detail of our wedding and rain was not a part of it. Yes, we had a rain plan, but that’s like buying life insurance, you don’t ACTUALLY think it’s going to happen. Afterward, I realized that the most important thing on our wedding day wasn’t the weather or any other detail. It was our marriage, our friends, and our families. As long as they were there, nothing else mattered.
Still, I understand my couples when they reach out regarding “possible rain.” I think one of the biggest disappointments about rainy wedding days is the idea that the photos won’t be as dreamy. And that’s where I come in. You see, the trick to great photos is to enjoy your day. If you’re having a great time, your joy will fill my camera lens with more intensity than a bright and sunny day on any other day of the year.
Here are four tips to help you prepare for a “possibly rainy” wedding day. Who knows, you may even find yourself hoping for a little cloud or two.