How to Prepare For and Handle Unexpected Weather on Your Wedding Day

After spending months and months of planning your wedding down to the last details, the last thing you want to deal with is bad weather. The key to handling unexpected weather? Flexibility!

Flexibility is key when it comes to your wedding. Truly the best thing to do is have a Plan B, in case things go wrong. This backup plan will be where your outside activities will be moved into a new space, preferably inside. Trust us, no one wants to be standing outside if its storming, even if it is for your beautiful ceremony (and this includes your vendors).

Discuss together with your Venue Coordinator and your Wedding Planner what is the venue’s standard back-up plan. From there, discuss what you like and what you don’t like about their back-up plan to come up with a Plan B that you love with your Venue Coordinator and your Wedding Planner. You should have this plan written and agreed upon at least two-three months before the wedding. Once your Plan B has been typed up and agreed upon, then share it with all vendors involved in your wedding.

By hiring licensed and insured wedding professionals, you can be assured that even if the weather isn’t cooperating, your vendors will take care of those details being moved into their new spot without worry.

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