A Wedding Kiss to the Venue Bliss.

Do not let the all famous “April Showers” get you worrying for your big day. In all honestly, rain on the special day brings good luck to the newly weds! Be spontaneous and have your dream wedding be put on outside. The fabulous colors of nature and crisp air to breathe will be a money saver to your outdoor aisle.

Image attributed to GoGo Party via CreativeCommons.

If the idea of rain is really getting you worried about your big day, dive into the idea of doing a half-indoor and half-outdoor type of celebration. For instance, you could have your ceremony at the same location as your reception so if the storm decided to happen, then moving of the chairs and aisle inside at the last minute wouldn’t be a problem at all. Also, if your heart is set in getting married at a place of worship then you could have a indoor/outdoor reception. This not only gives many options to the weather, but creates a larger atmosphere your guests will enjoy and breathtaking views.

Image attributed to Michelle Nixon.

Image attributed to Michelle Nixon.

Image attributed to Michelle Nixon.

If you are worried that mother nature may not be on your side for the big day, an indoor reception is always a safe choice. Large windows not only give an open feel, but can create an illusion of being outside. Using natural lighting can be just as romantic as lighting up candles in a dark room. Your guests can enjoy a beautiful sunset as well as dance their night away under the stars.

Image attributed to Kelly January.

Image attributed to Kelly January.

Image attributed to Kelly January.

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