the Heavens Opened!
at the bright side- it means you're going to have a long and
happy marriage! At least that's the traditional wisdom
when a bride and groom get rained on during their wedding ceremony.
you're having an outdoor wedding ceremony, you absolutely must
plan for rain. And if I have the privilege of being your officiant,
I will need to know, well ahead of time, where else and at
at what time your ceremony will take place once it's moved
a ceremony at a venue, which was planned to take place outdoors,
is simply moved inside. But if the ceremony was to take place
at a county park, a couple and their guests might have to drive
a significant distance to get to the venue. Because the ceremony
is taking place at a later time, the caterers schedule might
need to be changed. Some caterers will do this; other won't.
might want to include on your wedding invitations an alternate
plan telling the guests where to go in the event the primary
location is rained out. In the event of rain or threat of it,
and you elect to move the ceremony indoors, one or your ushers
should stay behind at the original wedding site to direct
I am your officiant, I will give you all the delay time I can
to allow your guests to rejoin us at the alternate location.
No one likes to be rained out, but do the smart thing and get
your plans in order in the event you are.