Post # 1
We leave tomorrow for the New Orleans. I have been following the weather and it started off with the wedding day having 10% chance of rain. It has moved up to 40% chance 🙁 EEK we are having a beautiful outdoors wedding and reception with NO tents! This is not looking good at all!
PLEASE OH PLEASE RAIN GODS DON’T RAIN ON MY PARADE!
Post # 3
- Wedding: June 2010 - Tannery Pond at the Darrow School
I’ll keep my fingers crossed for you!
As someone who planned and outdoor wedding and got completely rained out, I can tell you this: No matter the weather, the weekend’s still gonna be awesome cuz you’re gettin’ MARRIED!! Good luck!!
Post # 4
Awww….things can change with the weather so quickly, so keeping fingers crossed you have clear skies! Good luck!
Post # 5
My FH is currently checking on tents. Fingers crossed!
Post # 6
Crossing my fingers for you!! Weather is so unpredictable so even though it might say that you really never know!! WHatever happens, the weekend will be awesome because it is your wedding!!
Post # 7
Rain on your wedding day symbolizes good luck…or so I’ve heard. It might just be to make the bride feel better but hey, why sweat it, there’s nothing you can do but find a backup. Good luck, enjoy every minute this week!
Post # 8
I agree that weather is unpredictable. Our forecast said 80% chance of rain. Of course I worked all week with my photographer and husband to warm up to the idea of rainboots and umbrellas. And the rain went until 11am, it was sunny by noon and completely dry by about 1:30pm. Enjoy every minute either way! When things started to stress me out I learned very quickly to calm down and not let things I couldn’t control get to me (even though I know that sounds hard – believe me, for a day or two I was hysterical about it raining).
Post # 9
if it makes you feel any better, I LOVE pictures of wedding dresses and rain boots!!
Post # 10
oh no! I’ll send some anti-rain thoughts your way!
Post # 11
I am calling that weather person right now to tell him to change his forecast. Eh, they never get it right anyway, only job in the world where you can be right half of the time and call it good.
Post # 12
Oh no! I’m trying to draw it up to tennessee for you!
Post # 13
Aww thanks everyone for all the positive thoughts. I think my FH is freaking out about it more then me. I am too busy today to even think about it. Must finish up everything. My suit case is all I have left to pack.
Post # 14
Wahoo ladies over the span of today it has dropped to 30%!!! Keep the positive thoughts heading to New Orleans. Can’t wait to talk to you all again in 2 weeks!
Post # 15
I am getting married Friday and while the ceremony is indoors, we did want to have our reception be a combined indoors and outdoors event. Darn it, it doesn’t look like that will happen. I live in Southern Utah and it is supposed to be like 80 degrees this time of year. We’ll be lucky if we see 70 degrees. So bummed 🙁 Best wishes to you! Hopefully the rain just goes away for a few days 🙂
Post # 16
I’m in So. California, and it’s 40% rain for Friday… sad sad sad…
The ranch we are getting married at is all dirt and grass. If rains, my train will never come down. Sad sad sad. And that lady at church needs to stop asking me “Is it going to be inside NOW??,” as if she’s watching a game of chicken with me and the weather. Oh well. Even if I’m covered in mud and my paper parasols never see the dripy rain, I will still be married to the man of my dreams..
But just in case, let’s keep hoping it will blow over 😉