With so many aspects that need planning for a wedding, there is one that the majority of couples seem to forget to include – the weather. Don’t let the weather spoil your wedding day.
It is every bride’s dream to wake up on their wedding day with clear blue skies and brilliant sunshine with no sign of wind or rain. The seasons do dictate how the weather may look at a particular time of year but for those planning their weddings it is advisable to have a plan B in case of sudden showers or howling winds.
Your wedding day is not the time to have to think of alternatives or listen to an elderly relative complain that their feet are soaking wet. Here are a few things you might need to rethink if the weather does take a turn for the worst.
If you are intending to have an open topped car or even a horse and carriage to take you to and from your wedding ceremony, have you considered a change in the weather might pose a problem? We all know that a beautifully sunny day can quickly turn to a downpour and no bride should be caught out.
Options: check to see what the policy is for bad weather with the company supplying your transport. They probably have every eventuality covered.
Marquees are a great idea, but not when the wind is howling through them and threatening to lift the whole thing into the air. There is also the problem of a muddy walkway if the heavens have opened and this can become quite hazardous as day turns to night.
Options: have some patio heaters on hand just in case but make sure they meet with the […]