Fortunately, the more you do plan, the more you can be prepared for a weatherproof wedding with a wet weather, hot weather, or even winter wedding option. Because while there’s always someone who will tell you how rain on your wedding day is meant to be good luck, at the time it might not feel like it!
But we want to reassure you that despite the weather, there are so many gorgeous ways to celebrate your rainy day nuptials. So whether it’s checking out your venues wet weather option, grabbing some umbrellas, or making the most of it and dancing in the rain, don’t be afraid if the heavens decide to open up on your big day!
Darby and Michael had planned a beach ceremony, but the weather had other plans. So instead they hosted their intimate ceremony inside their house and it looked stunning! They also managed to get those photos on the beach they wanted during the day when the rain did clear up. Chat with your photographer and videographer if it does rain to see what moments you can make the most of!
When it came to the reception they were still all smiles when the rain bucketed down on the tipi tent in their backyard that sheltered their guests.
Having a wedding in the city? Then don’t forget to sing in the rain! Sammy and Mikee made the most of their rainy day by having fun! Rain in the city meant the cobblestones and moody lighting come evening made for some stunning shots, while both being dancers they couldn’t NOT post for this excellent photo!
At the end of the day, you’re still marrying the person you love, so don’t forget to have fun even if the weather isn’t as good as you hoped!
Chat with your photographer about what they can actually do with the wet weather! An experienced photographer will have a range of shots in their portfolios and memory that they can help you set up for your wedding day.
The backlit shot with a couple silhouetted is nice, but add the romantic touch of an umbrella and some drops of rain and you have something truly special, and Vanessa and Adam found out.