Post # 1
im having an april wedding and i want to have it in a japanese garden outdoors. i fell in love with this place but i dont know if it will be too cold. and if it rains im screwed cause i wont be able to do a tent. is this a bad idea, should i give up my garden?
Post # 3
I think you should definitely have a back up plan in case it rains. We had our wedding in May and it rained between the ceremony and the reception. My husband agreed that I could have a water balloon fight and a slip ‘n slide if it poured (which was my origional dream), so that was kind of our back up plan. I don’t think you need to give up your garden, but I think it would be stressful to be so at the mercy of the weather. Good luck!
Post # 4
You MUST have a backup plan for an outdoor wedding – no matter what time of year. I will say, in this area, May is actually a rainier time of year statistically than April. Looking at that info might make you feel a little better, you can look up monthly averages.
April 1 very well might be way cold. I think you need to have a backup plan.