Post # 1
Okay, so I live in Minnesota and fall weather can just be downright unpredictable. We’d LOVE to take pictures outside, and we hope to, but in the event there is bad weather we have to find an indoor venue backup option. That is the hard part. We live in a more rural place away from the cities that doesn’t have a museum or even a nice library. So here are a few options I’m toying with. Please vote for your favorites and give me any other suggestions you can think of!
1- Ask the local florist if we can take pictures in the greenhouse.
2- Rent a few lanes at a bowling alley and have fun with the bridal party bowling.
3- See if a local movie theater will let us take pictures in an empty theater room.
ETA: These are for our bridal party pictures after the ceremony but before the reception.
Post # 3
- Wedding: March 2012 - Pelican Grand Beach Resort
I’m confused. What are these pictures for?
Post # 4
@mrsSonthebeach: I’m sorry. They are for our bridal party pictures after the wedding ceremony but before the reception.
Post # 6
Could you take pictures somewhere inside the venue?
Post # 7
@MrsTVLover: We will get to take a few pictures at the church. But the church needs us cleared out quickly for the next service. We are having our reception at the community room. I don’t say community center because it is honestly just a community room. I’d like to take a few pictures somewhere without all the guests around.
Post # 8
I was going to vote for the florist option, but then I remembered that greehouses are usually humid and aren’t exactly ideal for nice hair and makeup. Just something to keep in mind (although I could be wrong).