Post # 1
Can I just say I have MAJOR stress!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I’m getting married on wednesday. It’s a small family wedding. There’s going to be about 15-20 people there. Which I’m really happy about, but I can’t believe it’s going to snow and not just a little. Where I am it’s supposed to be 6-10″ 🙁 So now I’m not sure if anyone going to be coming.
Post # 3
You’re from NH, right? I wouldn’t worry too much! People know how to drive in the snow there.
Post # 4
@BrandNewBride: +1 Even here in PA I can drive in that much. If I were your guest, I’d be there 🙂
Post # 5
I’m originally from NH, and that amount of snow wouldn’t stop me or anyone in my family from attending a wedding! I’m sure you’ll be fine – and your pictures will be beautiful with all that snow!
Post # 6
It will make for great wedding photos! I have pictures in the snow, and it makes a really pretty backdrop 🙂
Post # 7
@oxstardust421xo: Don’t worry about it, I’m having the same type of wedding (15-20 people) and those are the people who would be there no matter WHAT! Plus being NH in January I’m sure they expected there to be some weather when they agreed to go 🙂
ETA: Sorry, I meant February!
I’m assuming most of the attendants would be your parents/grandparents/siblings and they wouldn’t miss your wedding for the world let alone less than a foot of snow 🙂
I used to live in Erie and we got multiple FEET of snow on many days throughout the winter…never so much as a school cancellation!
Post # 8
@Cory_loves_this_girl: +1! Bonus! Instead of winter looking all dead and brown ALL of the trees will be covered in snow 🙂 BEAUTIFUL!
Post # 9
- Wedding: September 2014 - Turf Valley
That is going to make for some kickass photos!!!
Post # 10
@oxstardust421xo: I echo other poster. Snow in pictures can be beautiful and as a Western New Yorker I would just leave early and would defintiely attend. Especially if its as intimate a wedding as yours only the people who you love and love you most will be there. They will move the earth to get there for you!
Post # 11
Where in NH? It’s gonna be BEAUTIFUL…!
Is your day-of timeline set? Can you move anything earlier? You don’t want to be late! =)
Post # 12
I’m sorry you’re feeling stressed 🙁
All you can do for now is re-confirm that the wedding is still on …maybe you can encourage guest to come in with snow boots then change into their dress shoes and take a group shot with everyone wearing their snow boots …
I have seen photos of weddings in the snow and they are so beautiful …
Post # 13
@oxstardust421xo: Gorgeous for pictures! People will do their absolutel best. If everyone knows a storm is coming, they might plan to get into town a little earlier than planned in order to beat the storm. Relax, there’s nothing you can do about the weather. Your day will still be gorgeous!
Post # 14
Thanks everyone for your posts!
I am hoping it’s going to be a great day no matter what the weather condition’s are like.
Thanks everyone for making me excited for the weather that’s to come. haha and watch then we get rain. Hope not.
But yet like other bee’s have said the family that’s going to be there are my parents, his parents, brothers, sisters, grandparents, my moh and his bm.
Post # 15
Weather is one thing you cannot control, so I wouldn’t stress over something I had no control over.
If it makes you feel any better, my sister was debating between a winter wedding and a summer wedding (we live in the midwest so we too get snow) and she went with summer because it was a safer choice with weather, or so she thought. The day of her wedding it thunderstormed all day and there were tornado watches the whole time. The county next to ours had several funnel clouds spotted too! She looks back now and just laughs, and actually, that day she had a really good attitude about it.
Anything can happen with the weather at any time.
Post # 16
With a small intimiate Wedding, you’ll be fine.
And as the others said, you’ll probably end up with some amazing Wedding Photos (lol that is if you guys are willing to venture outside for a pic or two