If you are planning an outdoor wedding, you may be a little concerned about the weather. Rightfully so. But, mother nature does not need to add extra stress. Here are a few tips to work around any curve balls she may throw your way.
Have a ‘Plan B’
Although your alternate plan in not the ideal situation, it will bring you relief in the event of unexpected weather emergencies. Work with your planner and have the details ironed out before your big day. Also, make sure your venue is on board and ready to shuffle things around easily for any last-minute decisions to bring the party indoors.
If your dream to tie the knot outdoors must happen regardless of rainfall, consider placing the meal, tables, and all other festivities inside an oversized party tent. If the weather is not perfect on your wedding day, no problem, you already have shelter. If your special days turns out to be sunny and perfect, a tent is still great refuge from the sun.
In a worst-case scenario, you will be relieved if you purchased insurance that will cover any costs due to a natural disaster. Although it may not seem like a great idea in the moment, while under the stress of a budget, think twice before you refuse an optional insurance offer if you are planning an outdoor wedding. It also never hurts to ask all your vendors what their policy is for rescheduling or refunding in a last-minute crisis.
Remember that you cannot control the weather, but you can embrace it and roll with the punches. So, prepare for the unexpected and have a plan just in case!