Most brides dread the idea of rain on their wedding day, but I assure you that a little raindrops are nothing to be afraid of. Here’s why a little rain on you wedding day isn’t that bad.
He will always do his best to see you happy and make your dream come true of getting married on the beach.
Always take into account the weather predictions for the day of your wedding (even more so if your wedding is outdoors), this way you can have fun accessorizing. You can wear funny rain boots, buy beautiful umbrellas for the guests or even rent a transparent tent (and watch the rain fall from it).
Maybe your plans didn’t include the rain… but look at the bright side, the atmosphere will certainly become more romantic. With the day getting cloudy the lights or candles will look picturesque and if it gets cold you can hug your sweetheart even more.
FLOWERS WILL LAST LONGER
Flowers are everything on a wedding, but they are also expensive and sometimes don’t last long… so that’s another good thing about rain on you wedding day: your flowers will live a little longer.
Photo above by Gisselle Gonzalez
On your big day you must have your pictures taken despite the weather. And if your photographer is as prepared, talented and creative as Luz Maria Avila Photography, water can be a great ally and your photos can turn out to be really unique. Remember that the most romantic movie scenes took place under the rain.
Your attitude is important to spread to all the wedding party.
In some cultures, rain on your wedding day is considered good luck cause it symbolizes cleansing and fertility. So, relax and think of all the good luck you’ll receive.
Of course you’re allowed to be upset, but don’t let it weigh you down for the whore celebration, This will be a day you’ll remember for the rest of your life. Think positive thoughts and enjoy the first day of lifetime with your hubby/wifey.