I'm a lover of love who is addicted to Starbucks and goes through weekly phases of favorite foods. I'm a wifey to a firefighter and a dogmom to a grumpy Whippet. I love having lunch dates and dream of traveling the world.
You’ve planned for months and months and months. You know every detail intimately. From how the napkins will be folded, to how many inches are in between each of the chairs for the ceremony, to every song the DJ will play and the order in which they’ll be played.
But then your perfectly perfect day is threatened with rain.
Fortunately, you have a backup plan.
Rain on your wedding day doesn’t have to be the end of the world. In fact, rain on your wedding day can be a beautiful memory. And make some beautiful photos as well!
So how do you make a rain plan?
Well, if you have a wedding planner or coordinator, they should be able to do that for you! And when it comes to your portraits, you and your photographer should come up with a plan for a few location options.
What does your backup plan need to include?
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