Oh man! It’s pouring rain. It’s Saturday and it’s your wedding day. I know you can look at this and say, “Man this sucks.It’s my wedding and it’s pouring rain. Like my pictures are gonna suck. Maybe I won’t even be able to do pictures.” But you have to go in first and foremost with the attitude that you’re getting married because you’ve found your soul mate and the day is a celebration of the commitment you are making to each other. And it’s something that you’re bringing together family and friends to share in that joy with you. And you know what, it really is about just that; friends and family, regardless of the dress you picked out or the venue the reception will be held it. It’s not all about – and don’t get me wrong, I am a photographer and do love pretty pictures & documenting stories – but the main focus is really not about pretty pictures, and beautiful details and a beautiful sunset background, really it’s about you guys. So ya, maybe it might rain on your big day. And you’ll feel a little sucky at the beginning but try and have the attitude that it’s still all good. With that being said, you do wanna make sure that you are prepared, the odds are in your favour and that you do have a back up plan in place, which includes:
- A back-up location for the ceremony. In case you’ve planned a lovely garden wedding and then the forecast turns to rain.
- A back-up location for the Bridal portraits. It can be something as simple as a breeze way with an overhang.
- Or you’re really cool and adventurous people and you won’t mind going out in the rain to do some fun shots with umbrella’s and rubber boots!
If nothing else, this way you’re prepared and you’ll have peace of mind
It didn’t rain this time