- 6 years ago
I’m getting married in September, which is the rainiest season in GA. I was wodnering if any one was skipping tent back up for their wedding? I really like the pictures of everyone with their umbrellas, and I even seen one where the guests sat in the snow (I don’t think I could do that to anyone though). Would it be terrible to just ask people to bring umbrellas if it rains? My problem is that I am getting married at a public park, so there is no indoor venue option, if it rains during an event they will reschedule, but that won’t work.
My problem is that a tent the size that I would need would require a $150 permit. I would have to get this several weeks in advance, (the permit is really meant for vendors setting up in the park, so they didn’t have rainy weddings in mind when they came up with it). So my choices are to secure the permit and shell out the $ that I might or might not need to spend, or cross my fingers and invest in a cute umbrella.
Anyone have ideas as to what else I can do? I would love to hear anything, I am on a super tight budget, I looked into buying umbrellas, but I can’t really afford that :/