What To Do If It Rains On Your Wedding Day | Stephen Coleclough
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What To Do If It Rains On Your Wedding Day

Has rain been forecast for your wedding day?

If it has then just like many couples there is a good chance that you are going to be worried that the entire day will be a wash out.

However, we are here to tell you that just because the weather isn’t on your side, that doesn’t mean that your special day will be ruined.

In fact, if you are worried about rain, then perhaps it is time to think about things from another point of view.

To help you to do this, we have put together some of the ways that you can prepare for wedding day rain and still make sure that you have the best wedding day possible.

Have a rainy day kit

If rain is forecast for your wedding day then the best thing that you can do is to be prepared for it.

Grab a pretty jacket that you can wear over your dress when you are going to need to go out in the rain.

Also treat your feet to some wellington boots as this will keep them dry when you are walking around.

Another key part of your rainy day kit is to have an umbrella, an umbrella can be pretty, colourful, bright and eye-catching, which is great for photographers.

However, not only this but your umbrella can also protect your hair and make-up too.

It is also worthwhile speaking to your wedding dress boutique to ask them how you can hitch up the train of your dress as this will help to keep your dress protected too.

Speak to your photographer about their rainy day plan

There is a good chance that your photographer will have had previous experience working with couples in the rain.

Maybe even at the venue that you have chosen if they are local.

It is worthwhile speaking to them about whether or not they have a rainy day plan for your wedding photographs.

Whilst some couples may be concerned that rain will limit the photo opportunities that they have, the truth is that there is a good chance that you can move things inside and still take some pretty awesome images.

Not only this, but you can also take the opportunity to take some shots outside as this will make for some memorable and fun shots too.

Take care of your guests

Your guests are also likely to be disappointed if it is going to be rainy on your wedding day.

So, make sure that you take care of them too.

Think about how you can make the day better for them.

Choose warming drinks such as mulled wine and maybe tea, coffee and hot chocolate.

Provide them with blankets and maybe even a few towels if the weather is looking really bad, and make sure that there are umbrellas for them to grab if there is no choice but to head outside.

Whatever the weather, the last thing you should do is worry yourself about something you have no control over on your wedding day.

Step away from the forecast and instead focus on just how wonderful your big day will be.

Come rain or come shine!

Stephen Coleclough
Stephen Coleclough
info@stephen-coleclough.co.uk

Stephen Coleclough is one of the UK's premier wedding DJs and the winner of multiple industry awards and accolades. His favourite wedding song? Love Shack of course - a guaranteed floor filler! You can find him on Twitter at https://twitter.com/colecloughdj.

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