Post # 1
Oh my god… I would never in a million years have guessed that there would be no snow in Febuary in Toronto Canada!!!! This is crazy!!! My weekend is next weekend and there is NO snow on the ground nor are they forecasting any snow!!
My winter wedding vision is being smashed… 🙁
Post # 3
@stargurl101: Don’t let it ruin your day! Rent a snow machine and get the effect without the mess!!!
Post # 4
As soon as I saw your post my first reaction was yay! But then I relaized that you wanted a winter wedding. Hopefully you will at least get a little light dusting.
Post # 5
@stargurl101: Oh I know eh, I thought maybe after this morning we may have some snow for the weekend but that only lasted like 10 minutes lol… Hun your wedding will be gorgeous whether there is snow or not! I can’t wait for next weekend!
Post # 6
Anything can happen! We had snow for our February 27 wedding in Vancouver last year and nobody saw that coming, lol.
Here’s hoping the weather gives the forecasters a run for their money, but if not, you’ll still have an incredible day!
Post # 7
Boo! The past year’s weather has been ridiculous!
Post # 8
I’m trying to find wedding photos taken in the winter with no snow for inspiration/to try and make myself feel better… Can’t find much though!
Post # 9
- Wedding: August 2013 - An amazing non-profit retreat
Oh no! I’m sorry! I really want a snowy wedding as well and I’d be sad if it refused to snow (our venue is up a mountain lol)
Your day will still be beautiful, don’t worry!
Post # 10
I think we will still have pretty pictures as it’s at a pioneer village and there are lots of cute places for pictures… it’s just really not what I had envisioned… I envisioned freazing cold temperatures , or snow storms that would delay things, or icey roads, but never, ever did I think it would be muddy!!
I’m so bumbed because my 2 least favorite months are November and the end/beginning of April because everything is brown! *sigh*…
Post # 11
I hear ya. We had a fall themed wedding to go along with the most amazing fall foliage that our area see’s every year. Well, the leaves didn’t change until the week after our wedding (VERY rare). I was suuuuuper bummed about it up until I stepped outside on our wedding day and saw that it was 65 degrees with not a cloud in the sky (it was being referred to as an “Indian Summer”). The following weekend, after the leaves had changed (FU Mother Nature!), there was basically a mini typhoon so I was thanking my lucky stars that we got married the weekend before. I’d take amazing weather without foliage over useless rain soaked leaves with thunder and lightning any day.
Weather is unpredictable and can change at the drop of a hat so you very well may get the snow that you’re looking for but I can guarantee you that it will be okay if you don’t. I would have loved to have the foliage that I was picturing for years but it didn’t happen and there was nothing that I could do to control it. When it comes to nature, anything goes and you can’t dwell on it.
Post # 12
I hear you, too. I’m not planning a winter wedding or anything, but I’m generally very disappointed by this winter. The weather is just wrong. Crossing my fingers for some snow for you… preferably NOW, so it doesn’t interfere with your guests’ travel plans. 🙂
Post # 13
No freaking kidding! My winter wedding is in Edmonton – EDMONTON – no snow! Never in my life would I have guessed there would be no snow. Maybe we should rent snow making machines, haha.
Post # 14
Post # 15
So Toronto got a TON of snow last night…. HOWEVER the temperature is now 9 degrees! and tomorrow it will be 6 and will remain above 0 the whole week! How long does it take 3 inches of snow to melt in a slightly forested area??